About the Job

We have a new requirement for a Consultant Vascular Surgeon to work on the beautiful Cayman Islands. 

Our client provides and administers health care services and public health functions for residents and visitors of the Cayman Islands in accordance with the National Strategic Plan for Health.

Services are delivered primarily through the 124-beds at the Cayman Islands Hospital (the country’s principal health care facility), and the 18-beds at the Faith Hospital on Cayman Brac. Health care can also be obtained at district health centres, and clinics for dental and ophthalmologic care. Residents of Little Cayman can access care through the island’s clinic which is a purpose[1]built facility.

You must have Specialist Medical Registration/Board Certification from one of the following countries:  UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Jamaica

  • You should have full GMC registration with a licence to practice, and be on the Specialist Register, or equivalent
  • You will need a minimum of 3 years post specialist certificate (CCT or equivalent)

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Perform reconstructive and restorative operations including balloon angioplasty, stenting, thrombolysis, and the removal of blood clots
  • Perform vascular access
  • Access for Haemodialysis
  • Consent and assist for surgeries with varied physicians and surgeons Perform artery repair or bypass T

Treat the following conditions:

• Carotid artery disease • Aneurysms • Critical limb ischemia • Venous disease • Lymphoedema


Faith Hospital, in Cayman Brac, is an 18-bed community hospital serving the residents of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman with primary, secondary and emergency care.  As part of the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority, Faith Hospital provides services in the fields of general medicine, surgery, dialysis, anaesthesia, physiotherapy, dental, obstetrics and gynaecology.  Emergency Medical Services provides pre-hospital care and transport.  Faith Hospital also has a pharmacy onsite for those in need of medication. 

The Cayman Islands Hospital, the principal health care facility in the country, is a modern, 139,066 sq. ft., two-story facility with 124 beds. It offers accident and emergency services; a wide range of surgical services; a Critical Care Unit, physiotherapy; a pharmacy; a central sterilisation unit; and laboratory services, including a state-of-the-art forensic unit - along with many other facilities a person would expect in a modern health care setting.

This is a 24-hour full-service medical facility. There are four operating theatres; a dialysis unit; oncology unit; X-ray; morgue; and a forensic and drug testing laboratory. Other facilities include: outpatient specialist clinics, administrative offices, and a modern high-tech electronic health information management section.

The Location

Truly a tropical paradise, the Cayman Islands are alive with vibrant coral reefs, marine life, flora and exotic birds. This natural beauty is accompanied by one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean, along with a sophisticated international culture, and the benefits of a flourishing financial industry. Part of an underwater mountain range running between Cuba and Belize, the Cayman Islands lie 480 miles south of Miami, 150 miles south of Cuba and 189 miles north-west of Jamaica. With an average year-round temperature range of about 75° F in winter to about 85° F in the summer, the Islands boast some of the finest tropical weather in the world. 

When you’re looking to get off the beach, get lost in the luxury of George Town, where colourful traditional Caribbean-style buildings meet high finance corporations, and finish the day off with a sunset cocktail. It is on Grand Cayman that you will find some of the most popular Caribbean activities, attractions, and festivals, including the popular Pirates Week and the colourful and exciting Batabano (the Grand Cayman Carnival). Other popular attractions include the Cayman Islands National Museum, Rum Point, Pedro St. James, Bodden Town, the first capital of the Cayman Islands, Cayman Turtle Farm, and the National’s Trusts Mastic Trail, a 2-mile traditional footpath through unspoiled woodlands.

How Head Medical can help

Arranging a position overseas is very exciting, but we understand that it can also be daunting and time consuming. We’re the UK’s specialist in international medical recruitment and we’ve helped many Doctors relocate since we first started out in 2008 (you can read what people have said about working with us on our testimonials page). We know it’s important to balance career opportunities with lifestyle and we’ll talk through your plans and will get to know you to make sure we find the right role in the right location.

Once we have secured a job for you, we’ll manage the Medical Registration and Visa application process, and support you (and your family) with the relocation itself.

For a discussion about this role or
other opportunities contact Annie today.

annie@headmedical.com / +44 (0)131 240 5251

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