Vacancy: Raigmore Hospital, Scotland (Emergency Practitioners)

raigmoreRaigmore Hospital, Inverness: Emergency Practitioner Posts

The fastest growing city in Scotland: 145,366 people currently reside in the city and its surrounding region, a 14% growth in population since 2001.

Frequently tops UK happiness surveys and quality of life indices – http://tinyurl.com/ofvtcwn

Home to the UK’s newest university, the University of the Highlands and Islands

You will join our established team of emergency practitioners who have a unified role providing emergency care for both Emergency Department and Out of Hours Primary Care

  • Emergency Department ranked number one in trainee satisfaction last two years in a row – http://tinyurl.com/o8g835y
  • Dynamic role providing broad clinical exposure to the full range of emergency care
  • A modern working environment with full support facilities and excellent continuing professional development opportunities.

This post and the department are supported by six consultants, 1 Associate Specialist, 6.2 WTE EPs, 7 GPST’s, 1 ACCS Trainee and GPs, unscheduled care practitioners and emergency nurse practitioners.

Raigmore is a modern District General Hospital with 454 beds, which serves a catchment area of almost 10,000 square miles covering the entire Scottish Highlands and a population of 210,000 excluding Argyll & Bute.

The City of Inverness is the Capital of the Highlands and offers an enviable lifestyle and environment combining excellent access to a breadth of outdoor pursuits with excellent air links and easy road and rail connections to other UK centres.

Prior experience in A&E is expected but additional training is also available. Informal enquiries would be welcomed by Dr Andrew Rowlands, Service Lead for Emergency Department, Tel 01463 704358. Job Packs are available electronically by e-mailing lauren.baird@nhs.net. Refer to www.medicaljobs.scot.nhs.uk for the full advert.

Closing Date for completed applications: 10th August, 2015

Interview date: TBC

https://jobs.scot.nhs.uk/_Details.aspx?vacNo=415677

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