Our mission is to deliver world class care and expertise in our clinical services, underpinned by world class teaching and research and we will continue to measure our progress against our five governing objectives: excellent outcomes, excellent patient and staff experience, excellent value for taxpayers’ money, being safe and meeting our external duties, and building a strong organisation.
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An exciting opportunity has become available in the Radiology Department of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust for band 7 radiographers. We are looking for highly motivated staff of excellent calibre to become part of our dynamic team, which promotes our World Class Care Values. As this post is on the Shortage Occupation List, the Trust welcomes applications from those individuals requiring Tier 2 sponsorship to enable them to work in the UK.
In 2012, the Radiology Department underwent a 23 million pound total redevelopment to accommodate the 200,000 plus examinations performed each year. Another multimillion pound redevelopment of the A&E department and A&E X-ray services, including an A&E CT scanner, has begun and is expected to complete in the summer of 2017. The department actively encourages continued professional development (CPD) and opportunities are available for further training and development.
There are 3 CT scanners which perform complex cardiac and vascular angiography, virtual colonography and specialised hepatobiliary imaging amongst a range of general examinations. There is also a radiographer led nerve root injection list. There are also 3 MRI scanners. The MRI Unit performs a wide range of examinations for all the above specialities, notably for Hepato-biliary, Gastroenterology and Renal Medicine.
The Interventional Radiology and Cardiology department is comprised of 5 dedicated interventional labs. There is a comprehensive interventional service for all specialties within the trust including cardiac, renal, HPB, oncology and vascular. An Artis Zeego multi axis floor mounted angiography unit is located within theatres to provide imaging for complex endovascular cases.
The department actively encourages continued professional development (CPD) and opportunities are available for further training and development.
The post includes a rotation through CT, Interventional Radiology and Cardiology Unit, A+E, Mobiles and Theatres and General Radiography. Opportunities may become available to also rotate through MRI.
The Royal Free Hospital is situated in the beautiful Hampstead area, a vibrant part of London with many cafes, restaurants, shops and pubs, and the hospital is located in close proximity to Hampstead Heath. The hospital is easily accessible being 5 minutes from Underground and Overground train services as well as regular buses. It has a diverse range of complex specialties, a busy A&E department and we are a centre of excellence for both HPB and vascular work.
For further details / informal visits contact:
General Radiology Superintendent,
( Phone number removed ) Ext 35775,
email: ( Email address removed )
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