International Clinical Fellow
|Posting date:||21 September 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£50,237 per annum, inc London Weighting|
|Closing date:||20 October 2019|
|Location:||Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS|
We are seeking clinicians to recruit to our international fellow programme within our critical care department at King's College Hospital, London. The successful candidates will work directly under the supervision of our critical care consultants in one of the largest critical care departments in the UK. The post holders will gain experience and training in multiple aspects of general and specialist intensive care medicine.
The 12 months programme offers training and development in both general and speciality Critical Care. It will provide advanced specialist training in Critical Care appropriate for an experienced anaesthetist or critical care clinician who wishes to gain in-depth experience in Critical Care and develop sub-specialty expertise.
The post is open to international doctors who have completed at least 3 years of full-time clinical practice/ training since obtaining their primary medical qualification with eligibility to work in the UK, who are resident overseas at the time of application.
*Please note - you need to have valid English Language certificate for OTE/IELTs at the time of the interview – applicants without acceptable English Language score will be rejected.
King’s College Hospital NHS Trust is one of the largest and busiest in London, with a well-established national and international reputation for clinical excellence, innovation and achievement. The hospital not only serves a diverse, multi-ethnic local population but operates as one of the four major trauma centres within the capital, a major trauma centre for Kent and as a tertiary services centre for neuroscience (including stroke), haematological oncology, cardiac/ cardio-thoracic (including an acute MI service), cystic fibrosis, and hepatobiliary (including liver transplantation) patients. As a result, King’s critical care has an unrivalled patient population in terms of clinical diversity and complexity. The critical care service is one of the busiest in the UK with 5 adult intensive care units over two sites (Denmark Hill and Princess Royal University Hospital) receiving approximately 4000 admissions per year; an ongoing plan of expansion will make it the biggest in the UK with more than 100 Critical Care beds, supported by state-of-the-art design, technology and information systems. The department also has prominent research and education profiles.
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