Consultant Anaesthetist with an interest in Paediatrics
Shropshire - This Area Only
CONSULTANT ANAESTHETIST (General – with an interest in Paediatric Anaesthesia)
An opportunity has arisen for a Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in Paediatric Anaesthesia to join the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust. This job will be based at the Princess Royal Hospital with some theatre sessions at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
The post is full time and will consist of 10 PA’s plus the opportunity to take up further clinical duties if you wish in line with other colleagues in the department. At present there are 2.5 SPAs allocated of which 1 is for revalidation.
The on call commitment will be at the Princess Royal Hospital, 1 in 12 covering theatres ITU and ENT, with the development of our services we are actively recruiting more Intensivists in order to split this rota in the near future.
Theatre sessions will take place at either hospital, Princess Royal Hospital or the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital depending on the interest of the successful applicant. Although this post is for a person with a special interest in paediatric anaesthesia, subspecialty interests for theatre sessions may be accommodated in various specialities provided at the Princess Royal Hospital and Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
You must possess full registration with the General Medical Council with a license to practice and it is essential that you hold Specialist Registration in Anaesthesia, or be eligible for CCT within 6 months of the interview, CESR or European Community Rights.
The Princess Royal Hospital (PRH) provides all the elective and emergency paediatric services for Shropshire.
We provide anaesthesia for elective and emergency general surgery – 1year upwards for general and urological surgery, 5years up for emergency intra-abdominal surgery. There is a busy Head and Neck Service which manages the full range of paediatric surgery down to age 1 yr. There is scope to develop this service as we seek to provide more surgery as day case procedures. We have a busy Chair Dental Service and inpatient community dental work. We also deliver anaesthesia for ophthalmological surgery, endoscopy, and rheumatological procedures. The Trauma service receives approximately 250 children a year who require surgery.
We are involved in the care of acutely ill children and paediatric resuscitation, and this includes neonates
upwards (outside of the Delivery Suite). The Neonatal Service supports in the resuscitation of re-presenting
babies up to 5kg. An interest in paediatric resuscitation would be beneficial.
The Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital NHS Trust serve the total population of Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid-Wales, nearly half a million people. The Trust has Associate Teaching School status and has medical students attending from Keele University.
We are entering an exciting period as we have been guaranteed more than £300 million to develop our hospitals into two state of the art facilities that will offer greatly improved environments, more sustainable staffing and better facilities. It will make SaTH a better place to work, in turn making it a better place to receive care.
Over the last three years we have been building the foundations of a better future through our work with Virginia Mason and our own transforming care institute (TCI). We have introduced a leadership academy with more opportunities for development so all our leaders support, coach and perform at the highest levels, celebrate the hard work of our staff and recognise the wonderful improvements that are being made each and every day. This is a vital stepping stone to ensure we are equipped for our better future and realising our vision of providing the safest and kindest care for our patients. Leadership is about supporting teams to be the best they can be. As we move forward together it is vital all our teams understand their important role in delivering this brighter future for everyone.
Shropshire is an area of outstanding natural beauty and offers extensive outdoor recreational facilities and easy access to North Wales and the Welsh Coast. Housing standards are high in the county both in Town and Country with good local state and private schools. The M54 motorway starts just outside Shrewsbury and provides quick access to the national motorway network.
Please take the time to read our candidate pack to find out more about our Trust and what it is like to live and work in Shropshire.
FURTHER DETAILS / INFORMAL VISITS CONTACT
For an informal discussion and to make arrangements to visit the Unit please contact:
Dr Jane Wright, Appraisal Lead, Fractured neck of femur pathway Lead, Consultant Anaesthetist, Princess Royal Hospital, Tel######### ext 4522 or Dr Louise Sykes, Clinical Director for Anaesthetics, SATH . Tel:######### ######### £79,860 - £107,668 per annum (based on 10PAs from April 2019)
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