Working in acute medicine can be incredibly rewarding as you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact on patients' lives, often in their most vulnerable moments. Acute medicine is a constantly evolving specialty, and as an SpR, you will have the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge base while making a real difference to patients' lives.
If you are an SpR in acute medicine and interested in a long-term locum opportunity, this 6-month job might be what you’re looking for.
What you’ll be doing
You will be working in a long-term locum contract at an acute medicine department based at an NHS trust in Cumbria. The acute medicine team run 2 Acute Medical Units of approximately 30 beds with an unselected medical take at both sites. You will be part of a team working to develop a 'Same Day Emergency Care' model including ambulatory care, frailty services and a newly commissioned Hyper Acute Stroke Unit. The Trust has won national awards for our composite workforce model and there will be opportunities to be involved in the training and educational supervision of Deanery trainees at all levels.
I’m a SpR in Acute Medicine and I want to learn more about this locum job, what can I do?
If you are a Specialist Registrar in acute medicine, please apply to this vacancy using the button in this job advert. This is an informal application where a member of the team will call you to discuss your availability, requirements and answer any questions you might have.
If you know a SpR acute medicine doctor who would be suitable for this role, please refer them via our lucrative referral scheme.
If you are looking for a locum job role and can’t see anything suitable, please get in touch to speak to the team. We receive hundreds of jobs daily so your perfect job may not be advertised on our website.
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