Consultant in Rheumatology

Job Ref: MedacsAga7
Occupation: Doctors
Specialty: Medicine
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 17 May 2022
  • Surrey, UK Epsom Surrey GBR KT18 7EG
  • Agnieszka Olbrys
  • £84,559 - £114,003 per Annum
Medacs Healthcare

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We are looking to recruit a Consultant in Rheumatology to join a large NHS Trust based in Surrey.

The post holder will support the further development of rheumatology services. Expertise in any sub-speciality which enhances the department's service delivery and reputation would be desirable. In particular a recognised subspecialty interest in inflammatory arthritis or connective tissues disorders/ vasculitis and expertise in teaching and training would also be an advantage.

Main Responsibilities and Duties:

1 To show dynamism, enthusiasm and flexibility in participating in the reshaping of the

rheumatology services and to work closely with the Clinical Leads and Clinical Director of Medicine.

2 To help provide a first-class clinical service to all Trust patients.

3 To provide high quality leadership and support to medical staff, allied health care

professionals, Trust management and support staff across the areas.

4 To support and sustain teaching and research where possible in relevant clinical areas.

5 To share in the organisation and provision of high quality clinical care for acute medical

patients within the Trust.

Total Programmed Activities - 10:

  • Direct Care (including unpredictable on-call) - 8
  • Supporting professional activities - 2


  • Full GMC registration with a license to practice
  • MRCP or equivalent
  • Broad training in all aspects of rheumatology, including relevant procedural skills
  • High standard of clinical skill and expertise in General Medicine

If you are interested and wish to receive more details about this post, please apply below and send your CV to Agnieszka Olbrys.

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