A Vacancy at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
ST GEORGE'S UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
ST GEORGE'S HOSPITAL,LONDON SW17 0QT
Consultant in Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes
(FT 10 PAs)
Applications are invited for a dynamic, enthusiastic consultant paediatrician to join the Paediatric Endocrine and Diabetes teams at St George’s Hospital. This is a full-time (10PA) post.
St Georges Hospital is a major teaching hospital in SW London. The Children’s service offers a wide range of acute general and specialist tertiary services and was recently rated as outstanding by the CQC.
The postholder will share all duties involved in running this busy paediatric endocrine and diabetes service which receives tertiary, secondary and primary care referrals.
He/she will work with the present team which includes 2 FT Paediatric Endocrinologists. The endocrine team is supported by 2 FT Paediatric Endocrine CNS, and the diabetes team by 3 WTE (2 FT & 2 PT) paediatric diabetes nurse specialists, 1 paediatric dietician, 1 paediatric diabetes psychologist and 1 designated diabetes coordinator. There is 1 WTE paediatric Endocrine junior doctor at ST6-8 level on the London SW Thames rotation.
St George’s paediatric department is a highly rated teaching and training centre and there is opportunity to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
We actively welcome applicants from a BAME background.
Please be aware that only online applications will be accepted and the post will close once a sufficient number of applicants have been received.
St George's Healthcare operates a No Smoking Policy.
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer
This advert closes on Sunday 29 Nov 2020
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