Quality of patient care is our top priority. Despite the financial pressures on the NHS nationally, we have continued to invest in all three hospitals, including MRI scanning at Goole, a new haematology, oncology and rheumatology unit at Grimsby and the Blue Sky Imaging suite at Scunthorpe. Our Emergency Care Centres are at the forefront of developing new ways of working. With the benefit of a very supportive managerial team who are keen to develop clinical ideas, there exists a very good working relationship between our two sites and we are constantly generating and developing ideas to bring our departments into the forefront of Emergency Care in the country. Exciting new developments are in progress with a new build for two MRI scanners currently in construction at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital and the implementation of Acute Assessment Units at Grimsby and Scunthorpe.
The successful appointees will join a team of Consultant colleagues in the department across the Trust providing services at either Grimsby or Scunthorpe.
The Emergency Care Centres at Grimsby and Scunthorpe sees approximately 150,000 urgent and emergency attendees per year. At Grimsby a £3.8m building scheme was completed in June 2009, this has provided a modern, clean and expert environment for both staff and patients. At Scunthorpe building works are being undertaken in 2016 to create separate entrances in Scunthorpe Emergency Department for patients self-presenting with minor injuries or illnesses, and those conveyed by ambulance with serious injuries. Separate waiting and treatment areas have also being created for children in the emergency department that meet the latest standards. Urgent Treatment Centres have been implemented at both Grimsby and Scunthorpe which are co-located with the Emergency Care Centres offering the ability for work closely with primary care GP’s and Nurse Practitioners.
The Northern Lincolnshire area provides an excellent standard of living, boasting golden beaches, beautiful countryside and towns and villages that are not only steeped in history but offer affordable living, outstanding schools and excellent transport links, including the local Humberside airport.
These roles represent outstanding leadership opportunities to make a real difference to the emergency healthcare of the people of Northern Lincolnshire and the rewards and prospects on offer are excellent.
The successful applicant will have the opportunity to be appointed as Honorary Senior Lecturer at Hull York Medical School (HYMS). This honorary appointment is in recognition of contribution to teaching and research and holders of honorary titles may request access to HYMS and University premises and facilities, systems, and library services.
Job Description is approved by the Royal College.
AAC date 16th June 2020
For further details / informal visits contact:
Mr A Chawla, Clinical Lead or Matt Overton, Assistant Divisional General Manager.
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|Salary:||£79,860 - £107,668 per an GBP per year|
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