An exciting opportunity has arisen for at highly motivated individual to join the Ultrasound team.
This opportunity would suit someone with a a Post Graduate Diploma (PgD) or Post Graduate Certificate (PgC) in Medical Ultrasound.
You would need to be flexible in your working and adaptable to change. As post holder, you will perform ultrasound examinations including all obstetric, gynaecological and abdominal scans at MPH and peripheral sites.
Hours of work: 375 per week including evenings and weekends.
Please discuss further details with Lead Sonographer Caragh Mathew on ( Phone number removed ) or email ( Email address removed )
For further details / informal visits contact:
Caragh Mathew ( Phone number removed )
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