If you seek an alternative away from the UK Health Service, Head Medical have a great opportunity for you to consider on the Island of Guernsey.
We are on the outlook for a Consultant in Neurology to join a prestigious private organisation on the island.
A specialised health board (consultant-delivered service that is personalised and constantly evolving ) who are seeking a dynamic and motivated Consultant within Neurology to come join their medicine team.
You'll be required to deliver a local neurology service led by a Guernsey-based consultant with support from a teaching hospital neurology service on the UK mainland.
The Consultant is expected to work flexibly and to put the needs of the patients first. This is a consultant delivered and not a consultant-led service, with no junior staff.
The post is planned for daytime 10.0 PAs, 3.0 of which are SPAs (including 1 SPA for clinical admin). Private patient activities are integrated into this rota. An off-island attachment is encouraged. The post holder is allowed up to 10 days a year to maintain links with an off-island centre.
What’s on offer for you?
- The salary on offer is £ 107,812!!
- Income Tax rate is only 20% of earnings
- One of the best work-life balances - most journeys around the island on average are 5 – 20 minutes
- Generous Comprehensive Relocation Policy
- No on-calls are associated with this post
- To carry out assessments of neurology patients in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.
- Provide advice or take over the care, where appropriate, of patients under the care of other specialists within the Group.
- Maintain clinical skills, continue research (if appropriate), and improve links with tertiary hospital through the off-island attachment (1-2 days per month).
- Participate in the development of the adult neurology protocols and guidelines.
- Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with medical colleagues in other specialties and participate in regular clinical meetings and other professional activities
- Maintain good communications with general practitioners and appropriate external agencies.
- Demonstrate a firm involvement in clinical governance, risk management, and clinical audit – this will include the development and maintenance of appropriate systems and practices to ensure continued safe clinical practice
- Ensure that practice is up to date; this will necessitate the consultant taking responsibility for their clinical professional development
- Share responsibility for data protection arising out of the use of computers and to maintain good practice in the handling of confidential information. • To be accountable for improving and complying with infection control practices.
- Entry on GMC Specialist Register for Neurology - CCT (or entry expected within 6 months of interview)
- CESR or European community rights
- MRCP or equivalent
- Eligible to reside and work in the UK
- Experience in audit and management
- A subspecialty neurology interest
Please get in touch with a copy of your CV or simply email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We would love to hear from you.