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Job Reference No: 259-MED1234RLH
Applications are invited for a trust-grade Stroke Medicine registrar to join the team at the Royal London Hospital. The post is available from 5th December 2016 until 1st August 2017.
This is a middle-grade posts providing medical cover to the new 26-beded stroke unit at the Royal London Hospital. These comprise 12 hyperacute (HASU) beds serving the inner north east sector of London (one of the 8 London HASUs) plus 14 acute stroke unit (ASU) beds for Tower Hamlets.
This post attracts a category 1A banding supplement equivalent to 50% of basic salary. There is a non-resident out of hours oncall commitment working a 1:6 rota covering thrombolysis calls, stroke referrals and stroke inpatients.
This post would be most suitable for an experienced ST1-2 who has completed Core Medical training with MRCP (or equivalent), and wishes to gain specific experience and training in thrombolysis and stroke medicine, perhaps with a view to pursuing related ST3 training. More junior candidates however would be considered for an alternative clinical fellow grade position.
You will be joining the department at a particularly exciting time, having moved our stroke services into the third floor of the new £1 billion PFI building at the start of 2012. You will be working as part of a highly committed team in one of the largest hospitals in Europe with state of the art facilities for stroke.
For further details, please see main job description. Informal enquiries are welcome. Please contact Dr Patrick Gompertz, Stroke Lead, Royal London Hospital, London E1 1BB, Telephone: ( Phone number removed )
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Closing Date: Sunday, 20th November 2016
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All staff identified as AT-RISK who meet the requirements of the post will be prioritised accordingly. Priority will initially be given to Barts Health employees.
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