Registrar in Acute Medicine

Job Ref: MedacsAO5102
Occupation: Doctors
Specialty: MAU
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 04 May 2023
  • Cymru, UK GBR CF47 9DT
  • Agnieszka Olbrys
  • £33,790 - £52,090 per Annum
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We are looking for a Registrar in Acute Medicine interested in joining a large NHS hospital based in the south of Wales.

Salary scale: £33,790 to £53,132 per annum plus banding

Hours: Full Time, up to 48 hours per week

Contract type: Fixed term for 12 months

The role will cover all aspects of acute medical services working at middle doctor grade. This is an ideal opportunity for candidates who wish to gain wider experience in general medicine in an acute setting and help prepare them for higher training.

The post holder will be joining a dynamic, forward looking and innovative medical team.

Average daily medical admissions are 35-40 patients. The acute medical service is supported by a team of 5 acute physicians who provide all the front door cover 8-5 Monday to Friday. Outside these hours the rota is covered by the specialty physicians who are present in the hospital until 8.30-9pm and are then on-call from home. Post-take ward rounds are done by the acute physicians on weekdays and the on-call physician on weekends. Respiratory patients are mainly managed on ward 12, with an average outlier caseload of 10-15 patients.


  • GMC registration with a license to practice
  • MRCP or equivalent
  • At least 3 years full-time postgraduate training (or its equivalent gained on a part time of flexible basis) in a specialty training programme in a relevant speciality or as a fixed term specialty trainee in a relevant specialty; or shall have equivalent experience or competencies

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

01/06/2023 15:20:40
GBP 33790 33790

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