At the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust we pride ourselves on not only leading through clinical excellence, but also by creating an environment where all staff are valued and appreciated. The Trust has an excellent reputation for delivering high quality patient care and is nationally accredited at the highest levels in many areas, in particular clinical outcomes and patient safety.
Our Vision for the Trust is to deliver NHS care locally that makes our staff and our community proud. We want our patients to be assured they will receive care as rapidly as possible in a first-class environment that is Safe, Kind and Effective.
Our High Performance Culture will support everyone to be the best version of themselves by being true to our Trust vision, values and behaviors.
Trust Doctor (ST1-2 level) UROLOGY
Opportunity to gain core surgical experience in a range of aspects of the care of patients from the community or from the within the hospital, who present with a range of surgical problems. The post will offer candidates a unique opportunity to consolidate their experience in a busy and supportive NHS Foundation Hospital and provide a stepping-stone to the next level of clinical experience. They will have educational teaching, learning and assessment equivalent to those on national specialty programmes. The post holder will also have a tailored training plan created when they start which will be continually updated and evaluated throughout the contract period. We are looking for applicants that are keen to get a place on core training in the UK, the post holder will be supported in terms of teaching and training in order to reach this goal.
This post is in Urology however it may be possible for the successful applicant to participate in the on-call rota, which is a full shift working pattern and include General Surgery. Applicants should preferably have completed their foundation/intern training and have at least 1 years surgical experience.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Mr N Awsare, Consultants in Urology
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Jacqui Griffin, Medical Staffing HR Specialist
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The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust consists of a 600 bedded large district General Hospital, which provides its services on the Countess of Chester Health Park, and a 64 bedded Intermediate Care Service at Ellesmere Port Hospital. The Trust has almost 4,000 staff and provides a range of medical services to more than 445,000 patients per year from areas covering Western Cheshire, Ellesmere Port, Neston and North Wales.
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