• Permanent
  • Isleworth TW7
  • 99,532 - 131,964 £ / Year

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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  • £99,532 – £131,964 a year

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  • Permanent


Isleworth TW7

Full job description

You will support the Gynaecology Oncology clinics (Rapid Access), theatres, Outpatient Hysteroscopy and the colposcopy service. These services are already established, and the successful candidate will have an opportunity to develop these specialist services further. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate an active interest in the management of high-risk women with early pregnancy and acute gynaecology problems as well as women requiring termination of pregnancy care. It is expected that the successful individual will provide a unified multidisciplinary approach to the care of women with early pregnancy and acute a gynaecology problems, as well as being able to support and develop the termination of pregnancy services within our unit.

There will be dedicated time for teaching medical students (tutorials, ward, clinic and theatre-based learning) and for post graduate teaching and training (Friday post graduate afternoons are statutory sessions for all staff). Regular audits will be required and supervision for Quality Improvement Projects (QIP) undertaken by the trainees. Involvement in general management and committee work for the hospital will also be encouraged. The Department has weekly educational meetings at which cases are reviewed and discussed and, audits are presented The Directorate holds monthly Consultant meetings, Gynaecology and Perinatal morbidity and mortality meetings and Maternity Forum.

Roles to include: 1.0 Provide a consultant led service in Gynaecology Oncology (Rapid Access) clinics, theatres and Outpatient Hysteroscopy clinics. Participate in the multi-disciplinary meetings and contribute to the on-call rota. 1.1 Evolve and write, in line with Trust governance policies, pathways for patients seen within the Oncology services. 1.2 Work with the multidisciplinary team to undertake a senior role in the general provision of Obstetric and Gynaecological Services at West Middlesex Hospital.

1.3 Contribute to the resident night on-call rota. 1.4 Provide senior leadership in the management of high risk patients antenatally, intrapartum and postpartum in close co-operation with other specialties. 1.5 To provide general gynaecology services in outpatients, theatre and emergency care. 1.6 Facilitate the triage of emergency gynaecology operations as per NCEPOD recommendations to avoid operating out-of-hours (i.e.

17h00 to 08h00) whenever feasible. 1.7 Attend all theatre cases to perform surgery, unless satisfied a trainee is competent to perform the operation with indirect supervision. 1.8 Assessment and delivery of immediate medical attention of deteriorating elective post-op gynaecology patients. 1.9 Obstetric on call commitments as part of the departmental on call rota.

1.10 Support obstetric colleagues with advice/ surgical assistance, e.g., major obstetric haemorrhage. 1.11 Support the Emergency Surgical Consultant with a consultant gynaecological opinion/ ultrasound. Please refer to our detailed job description for more information

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