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Consultant in Gynaecology Oncology

Job Description

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest acute hospital trusts in the country. We provide a full range of services to more than 650,000 people across Portsmouth, South East Hampshire and West Sussex. Most services are provided at Queen Alexandra Hospital but we also offer a range of outpatient and diagnostic facilities closer to patients’ homes. We handle around 130,000 Emergency Department admissions a year and have the busiest maternity department on the South Coast. The Trust employs around 6,000 staff and is the second largest employer in Portsmouth.

The Trust’s vision is to be the best hospital, provide the best care by employing the best people and to ensure our patients are the centre of all that we do. If you share the same values as Portsmouth Hospitals; Respect & Dignity, Quality of Care, Working Together and Efficiency we want you to work for us.

Consultant in Gynaecology Oncology

Salary: £76,001 to £102,465 per annum

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest acute Hospital Trusts in the country. We provide acute and specialist services to people across Portsmouth, South East Hampshire and West Sussex. We continue to build our reputation for innovation and excellence, consistently delivering outstanding performance, whilst developing the skills and abilities of our staff.

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust wishes to appoint a Consultant Gynaecologist to support its Oncology Service.

The successful candidate will join a large consultant team providing general and specialised obstetrics and gynaecology services to the population of East Hampshire and neighbouring areas. The post will be based at the Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. The gynaecology department sees approximately 6500 new patients per year and performs over 3000 elective procedures

The job plan will initially be based on ten programmed activities, with option for an 11th, and will include participation in the gynaecology on-call rota. The remit of the post holder is to join the current team of three gynaecological with support from clinical nurse specialists and a sub speciality trainee. The post holder would be expected to be competent in open, laparoscopic and vaginal surgery for gynaecological malignancy and have proven and extensive acute gynaecology experience.

The successful applicant will be Subspecialty trained in gynaecology oncology with RCOG/GMC recognition, have obtained MRCOG status or equivalent and have current GCP certification. It would be advantageous for the successful applicant to have obtained BSCCP registration.

Closing Date: 18th December 2016

Interview Date: 27th January 2017

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