Trust Grade FY1 Medicine
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a Trust grade post in the Department of Medicine at Northampton General Hospital.
This post is initially for 4 months to join the foundation grade tier and there will be opportunities to extend at this level or higher depending on the experience and competency of the successful candidate.
The post involves working on busy acute general medicine wards with shifts on the acute medical unit evenings and weekends.
Each ward has a full team of junior medical trainees and a specialist registrar with daily input by the Consultants. The ward provides a supportive environment for learning and gaining the experience needed to progress in the chosen career path.
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust is a large district general hospital providing the full range of acute services from a site located close to the centre of town.
The hospital has an excellent postgraduate medical centre as well as on site recreational activities which including a large sports centre with swimming pool. There is a children’s nursery on site.
Fixed term – Full time: 4 Months with possibilities for extension
Start date: 7th December 2016
To deliver best possible care for our patients:
We put patient safety above all else
We aspire to excellence
We reflect, we learn, we improve
We respect and support each other
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