RMO - Critical Care

Job Description

Recently reviewed as ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC, we offer high levels of expertise and clinical excellence, coupled with the latest state of the art technology attracting world-class Consultants and highly specialist nurses making this a great working and learning environment, for medical professionals.

Job Description

A&E agency are delighted to share an exciting opportunity for SpR Level trained doctor seeking to advance their medical career in private healthcare in a busy Adult ITU/Critical Care unit right in the heart of London, treating a wide variety of critically ill patients.

We are actively seeking to recruit a Specialist Trained Registrar in Critical Care Medicine to work on our level 3 adult intensive care unit as a Resident Medical Officer. This is a small friendly unit and where you will support the main consultants updating them regularly with new ward admissions, ward rounds and medical observation of their patients. This will include performing routine medical procedures, updating all patient records, working in partnership with our specialist nursing team and ensuring there is a high level of patient care provided.

•As the Critical Care RMO you will also be responsible for being the first responder for any cardiac arrests and work in partnership with the other RMOs in the hospital, supporting them if required.
•This can be a permanent vacancy or a 1 year fixed term contract, dependant upon candidate preference.
•Part-time hours are also available x1 24 hour shift per week will also be acceptable with a pro-rata salary.
•Rotas provided on average 6 to 8 weeks in advance to plan worklife balance. The role requires assessment, management and treatment of Critical Care patients including those with multi organ failure, requiring cardiopulmonary support, airway management including intubation and tracheostomy care, ventilation and management of arrhythmias.  The majority of patients are admitted the unit for HDU level short stay post-operative support; however, there are also complex long term patients requiring multiorgan support and ventilatory weaning with tracheostomies.
•You would be required to be competent with inserting and managing central venous lines, vascaths and arterial lines, management of airways and ventilators including in emergency situations, management of acute pain including management of epidural analgesia.
•As the most senior resident doctor you would form part of the emergency resuscitation team,  and provide guidance and support for the resident ward RMO.
•You will have the opportunity to take part in quality assurance activities, education of the MDT, education and training to continuously improve and strive for excellence, for staff and patients.

Skills and Experience

• MBBS medical qualification
• Evidence of specialist training, ST3 and above in Intensive Care Medicine
• An additional post-graduate qualification or examinations equivalent to FRCA/FICM, is desirable
• Fully registered with the GMC and current licence to practice.
• ALS certificate or ALS provider 

Our attractive rewards packages includes;

•Golden Hello Scheme (A payment of 10% of your starting salary paid after 1 years’ service) *subject to Terms & Conditions
•Paid indemnity insurance,
•5 days study leave,
•Medical healthcare insurance,
•Contributory pension,
•Onsite revalidation officer,
•Guaranteed annual salary review. 
•In house learning academy can help you with your CPD and specialist interests