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Medacs Healthcare is looking for a Locum Consultant in Haematology (with a special interest in red cells and non-malignant) to join a university NHS hospital based in East Midlands.
Salary scale: £93,666 to £126,281 per annum depending on experience
Relocation package: up to £8,000
Hours: Full time - 10 Programmed Activities
Type of contact: NHS fixed term contract for 12 months
The successful candidate should have an interest in red cells and general haematology as essential requirements however there is flexibility within the job description to pursue further specific interests in the field of non-malignant haematology based on the interest of the individual. The appointee will join a team of 5 Consultant and 1 Associate Specialist offering a full non-malignant haematology service.
- Provide senior support for the red cell, general haematology services (clinical and laboratory)
- Provide senior support for the liaison service for red cells, general haematology.
- Attend clinics in haemoglobinopathy and general haematology. There is flexibility within the job plan for the 3rd clinic, depending on the interest of the successful candidate.
- Support the non-malignant inpatient haematology service including management of patients with red cell disorders within the East Midlands sickle cell and thalassaemia network.
- Participate in the outpatient management of patients with non-malignant haematology conditions.
- To contribute to the teaching and training in haematology to medical students, medical staff, nurses, and biomedical scientists.
- 8 PAs of direct clinical care (DCC), including ward rounds, clinics, patient administration, clinical diagnostic work, MDTs, and GP advice and guidance.
- 2 PAs of supporting professional activities (SPAs) include appraisal, audit, teaching and network meetings
The on-call commitment is currently 1:4 supported by junior staff but will reduce to 1:5 with appointment into this post. On call cover is non-resident.
This post is deemed to be in Category A and an allowance is paid for being on-call, which is currently 5%
- Full and specialist registration (and with a licence to practise) with the General Medical Council (GMC) (or be eligible for registration within six months of interview)
- FRCPath or evidence of equivalent qualification
- MRCP or evidence of equivalent qualification
- non-malignant haematology including red cells, general haematology and/or thrombosis and haemostasis
- Ability to offer general advice on red cells, general haematology and/or thrombosis and haemostasis.
If you are interested and wish to receive more details about this post, please apply below and send your CV to Agnieszka Olbrys.