- CONSULTANT HAEMATOLOGIST WITH SPECIAL INTEREST IN LYMPHOID MALIGNANCIES
- Full time 10 PAs / or part time
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Princess Royal
- £78,923 - £105,652 per annum (or pro rata) Inc London Weighting
- 05/08/2018 23:59
Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) site
CONSULTANT HAEMATOLOGIST WITH SPECIAL INTEREST IN LYMPHOID MALIGNANCIES
Full-Time Post – 10 Programme Activities
If you are looking for Part time/job share opportunities please contact us – we are interested
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time Consultant Haematologist with a specialist interest in Lymphoid Malignancies. The post holder will work within a cross-site multi-disciplinary team providing and further developing care for haemato-oncology patients with particular focus on lymphoid malignancies. The post is based at the PRUH site, but there may be opportunities for cross-site working. There will be 8.5 PA of DCC and 1.5 PA for SPA and other activities. The on-call commitment is 1:5 with cross cover. Inpatients are managed through 1:4 attending system currently in a dedicated Haematology/Oncology ward.
The post-holder will be a core member of the lymphoid multidisciplinary team which meets weekly, and includes videoconferencing with King’s Health Partners (KHP) partner Trusts and other networked hospitals.
The haematology consultant team is friendly and supportive and are supported by 4 junior doctors and 3 clinical nurse specialists.
Applicants are required to be on the GMC Specialist Register or within 6 months of expected date of CCT. Applicants who are unable to work full-time are welcome to apply.
Closing date: 5th August 2018
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Dr Mansour Ceesay (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 01689 864298), Clinical Lead.