• Part Time
  • Stanmore HA7
  • 88,364 - 119,133 £ / Year

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust

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Pay

  • £88,364 – £119,133 a year

Job type

  • Part-time

Location

Stanmore HA7

Benefits

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Full job description

Applications are invited for the post of Locum Consultant in Anaesthesia, at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, Middlesex. The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital is pleased to announce we have a 5PA locum consultant anaesthetist post available. The anaesthetic department is proud to be a diverse and inclusive department where all new colleagues receive a warm and friendly welcome. You will be joining a department with 30 consultants who provide a large elective and emergency provision to a wide range of services. 5 Programmed Activities will be offered – 5 Direct Clinical Care delivered over 3 days, with a rolling pattern of three weeks on, one week off. There will not be any on call commitments. The appointments are for the fixed periods of six months, with the possibility of extension to 12 months with mutual agreement. Job plans will be developed in partnership between the needs of the department and the successful applicant. It is expected that the initial job plan will be reviewed after 3 months service.

The key duties will include, but not be limited to: – Provision of high quality anaesthetic care

Clinical Supervision and support of junior anaesthetic staff.

Active participation in departmental, Trust and national clinical audit.

To engage with the Trust’s appraisal programme for medical staff.

Regular timetabled activities in the preoperative department. Preoperative assessment.

Regional anaesthesia provision.

The specific job plan will be developed in partnership between the needs of the department and the successful applicant. Initial job plan will include sessions with the majority of services provided at the RNOH, including the peripheral nerve injury unit, sarcoma unit and joint replacement unit. In addition to theatre sessions the appointee will be expected to provide assessment and management of patients attending the preoperative clinics. The successful applicant will be required to work a four week rolling pattern with three weeks on and one week off.

RNOH is the largest orthopaedic hospital in the UK and is regarded as a leader in the field of orthopaedics both nationally and internationally. Our range of services includes Joint Reconstruction, Spinal Surgery, Bone Tumour & Soft Tissue Sarcomas (supra regional service), Peripheral Nerve Injury, Paediatric Orthopaedics, Congenital Deformity, and Complex & Revision Joint Work. There is also a dedicated Spinal Cord Injury Centre receiving referrals from London and the South of England. Our clinical effectiveness is enhanced by working in partnership with University College London and the UCL Institute of Orthopaedic and Musculo-skeletal Science, based within the Stanmore Campus. Our main hospital site at Stanmore is located in extensive grounds set amongst green belt countryside. There is easy road access from the M1, the A1(M) and the A41. We are within easy reach of London. There is a free bus service to and from the two local tube stations on the Northern and Jubilee lines. Currently there is free parking within the hospital grounds. There is an outpatient department facility at Bolsover Street, near Great Portland Street tube.

The specific job plan will be developed in partnership between the needs of the department and the successful applicant. It is expected that the initial job plan will be reviewed after 3 months of service. Initial job plan will include sessions within all major units at the RNOH including the peripheral nerve injury unit, sarcoma unit, joint replacement unit and the preoperative assessment department.

Job plans may be changed to accommodate where possible the specific requests of the candidate and the needs of the department.

Currently the Trust permits flexibility in time and space to accommodate SPAs.

Non-fixed commitments

The non-fixed commitments include:
To join the team of consultant anaesthetists who provide anaesthesia at RNOH

To provide pre and post operative care

To participate in the teaching of trainee anaesthetists

To participate in postgraduate academic meetings of the anaesthetic department and departmental audit

To attend consultant administrative departmental meetings

To undertake audit of personal practice

To improve service delivery and participate with clinical governance in line with local and national guidelines

To undertake research

To apply for this job please visit www.rnoh.nhs.uk.