Clinical Fellow (ST3) in Robotic Thoracic Surgery | Barts Health NHS Trust

Job details
Posting date: 16 April 2021
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £33,128 - £52,090 per annum
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 16 May 2021
Location: London, EC1A 7BE
Company: Barts Health NHS Trust
Job type: Contract
Job reference: 3093461/259-MED223SBH

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Barts Health NHS Trust

Clinical Fellow (ST3+) in Robotic Thoracic Surgery

Full Time 40 hours per week – Fixed term 6 Months

St Bartholomew’s Hospital

REF: 259-MED223SBH

Applicants are invited to apply for the post of Clinical Fellow (ST3+ Equivalent) in Robotic Thoracic Surgery, based at the Barts Thorax Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, to commence in as soon as possible for a period of 12 months.

St Bartholomew’s Hospital houses the state-of-the-art Barts Heart Centre, Barts Thorax Centre and the Barts Cancer Centre. The Barts Thorax Centre and Heart Centre comprise a 54 bedded dedicated thoracic unit supported by an ITU comprising of 58 beds (level 3 and level 2) and 2 dedicated thoracic surgery theatres within a 10 theatre complex serving thoracic and cardiac surgery, including a dedicated robotic and hybrid theatre.

Thoracic surgery is currently delivered by a team of 5 full-time consultants, 6 registrars, and junior clinical fellows, with a separate thoracic surgery ward and high dependency unit. There is on-site respiratory medicine and thoracic oncology support, further strengthened by co-location with the Barts Heart Centre, enabling expedient, convenient and best care of the co-morbidities common to us. The thoracic surgery department has been expanding rapidly and actively pursues innovation and service improvement to improve patient outcomes, and there are many opportunities for audit and research.

We are looking for registrars with senior thoracic surgery experience who are motivated and enthusiastic and wish to develop a sub-specialty interest in robotic thoracic surgery. In addition to your clinical duties providing care to thoracic surgery patients, managing referrals and attending the operating theatre, you will also be attending regular multidisciplinary meetings, participating in the weekly educational programme. In addition to this you will be expected to contribute to the departmental research program including into robotic surgery as the Thorax centre has the largest robotic thoracic surgery practice in the UK. Time will be given for training and professional development.

The applicants must have full GMC registration with a license to practice and possess FRCS/MRCS or equivalent.

This advert closes on Sunday 25 Apr 2021

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