Consultant Physician with an Interest Geriatric Medicine

Job Ref: MedacsAO22054
Occupation: Doctors
Specialty: Medicine
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 22 May 2023
  • Lancashire, UK Barrow-in-Furness Lancashire GBR LA14 4LF
  • Agnieszka Olbrys
  • £88,364 - £119,133 per Annum
Medacs Healthcare

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Medacs Healthcare is looking for a Consultant Physician with an Interest Geriatric Medicine to join a large, university NHS Hospital based in Northwest England.

Salary scale: £84,559 to £114,003 per annum depending on experience - 10 PA's

Hours: Full Time, 10 Programmed

Contract type: Fixed term for 12 months (Locum Consultant)

Main duties:

It is hoped that the post holder would join in developments for Frailty services in the local area with the current team. The post holder will be a member of the Care of the Elderly Team and contribute to the provision of a high-quality service, including achievement of the emergency access targets and other relevant quality standards. The post holder will be expected to provide excellent communication with GPs and members of the multidisciplinary team and to be involved in clinical audit and other clinical governance responsibilities. Clinics will be held in the Day hospital. A CMT1 and ST3+ doctor will be present when on call duties allow.


  • Full and Specialist registration (and with a licence to practice) with the General Medical Council (GMC) or be eligible for registration within six months of interview.
  • MRCP or equivalent
  • The appointee is required to have appropriate experience and interest in general internal medicine, geriatrics and stroke medicine.

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

19/06/2023 11:58:26
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