My client in the South West of Engalnd are currently looking for a Clinical Haematology Consultant.
Applications are invited for one full time 10PA NHS locum Consultant post to join a team of seven consultant haematologists (5.5 WTE), taking the team to 6.5 WTE. You will be working in a haematology department which is committed to providing high quality care and is at the forefront of innovative practice in the region. The post will provide opportunities for the successful candidate to contribute to a rapidly evolving department which delivers high-intensity chemotherapy and autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. We encourage a specialist interest and will endeavour to accommodate this. The department is an active recruiter to an expanding trial portfolio. The department also has strong research links with major academic centres in the region. The successful candidate would be encouraged to open additional clinical trials and develop their own research interests. There are numerous opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate training and the appointed candidates would be expected to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate training. The post holder would be expected to become an accredited educational supervisor. Candidates for the post must be registered medical practitioners and on, or eligible to join the Specialist register for Haematology within six months of the date of the advisory appointments committee. The successful applicant will be part of an enthusiastic Haematology team including seven Consultants, three Haematology Registrars, two IM3 registrars, two haematology clinical fellows, one Foundation Year 2 doctor, one Specialty Doctor, five WTE Haematology Nurse Specialists, a JACIE manager, a haematology pharmacist for malignant haematology and a thrombosis and haemostasis pharmacist. The team is working towards setting up an ambulatory transplant and chemotherapy service, and aims to be the first district general hospital to do so in the South West. Since the onset of COVID the team have adapted the service with remote clinics, patient self- administration of chemotherapy, and clinicians are increasingly working remotely from home. Work has started on the new multi-million pound Dyson Cancer Centre which is anticipated to open in 2023. Inspired by the design and results of the recently built Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care and the University College London Hospitals Cancer Centre which focus on an individualised and holistic approach to the treatment of cancer patients, we are building what we believe will be the best cancer centre for a hospital of our size in the UK. This cancer centre will be a state of the art building, designed to produce a highly beneficial environment for patients and their families. The city and surrounding countryside is an exceptionally pleasant environment in which to work and live grounds.
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