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Do you have the ability to accurately diagnose patients, deal with complex medical problems and recognise when the opinion and intervention of another specialist is required? Do you thrive in a diverse, fast-changing environment? Then a job in General Medicine within a large and varied NHS foundation trust where you could continue your training may be just what you’re looking for.
As a Junior or Middle Grade Doctor in General Medicine (GM), your skills, knowledge and experience are critical to the provision of patient care services, especially for those with complex medical problems involving multiple symptoms and conditions.
You will spend the majority of your time working between an acute medical unit, medical admissions unit and a medical ward, managing patients with a wide range of clinical problems. Your tasks will involve reviewing newly admitted patients, as well as providing care for patients awaiting an operation but who have an acute illness.
As a Junior or Middle Grade General Medicine Doctor, your main duties will include:
In addition to your qualifications, as a Junior or Middle Grade General Medicine Doctor, you will have:
Working flexible shifts at York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, you’ll have access to some of the most advanced medical equipment in the country and unparalleled opportunities to fully immerse yourself and gain training in a specialism.
Medacs Healthcare has lots of locum shifts available for Junior and Middle Grade GM Doctors at York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. At Medacs, we receive over 1,000 new jobs in medicine every day, so whatever your specialism, experience and ambition, there are plenty of opportunities for you. You’ll also have a dedicated placement officer who will help you negotiate the best pay, gain flexibility on when and where you work, and provide specialist support to help you with revalidation.
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