Rheumatology Clinical Fellow – Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a post offering Clinical experience in Rheumatology. The post is suitable for CT2/ST1 trainee in Medicine or junior doctor with some previous experience in Rheumatology planning to pursue a career in Rheumatology. This is a permanent post.
BHRUT is one of the largest acute trusts in the UK, providing acute care for over 700,000 people. The successful applicant will work at Queens and King George Hospitals providing and taking part in a range of services including Joint Injections clinics, Emergency review clinics, Early Inflammatory Arthritis (EIA) follow clinics and Virtual Biologics clinics.
The post also provides cover for Ward reviews for Rheumatology patients on the King George site and will work closely with the Biologics and EIA coordinators and nurse specialists to support these services.
This post will give an excellent opportunity to gain experience in Rheumatology with attendance encouraged at departmental and regional Academic meetings.
This post has no on call commitments.
GMC registration and MBBS are essential. MRCP is desirable but not essential. Some previous experience of Rheumatology is highly desirable.
In addition, our Trust is in an excellent location, close to Central London and well situated in the South East. As well as all the advantages of being close to the city, you will discover that Essex has a beautiful countryside as well as excellent schools, transport links, amenities and residential areas. The Trust has on-site nursery facilities.
For further information or to arrange a visit to the department please contact Dr Daniels: email@example.com
This advert closes on Thursday 29 Apr 2021
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