- NHS Medical & Dental: Specialty Trainee (ST1/2)
- 12 month fixed term
- 28/09/2017 23:59
Here at Southend University Hospital we strive to provide high quality care for every patient, every time.
We would be nothing without our staff. So it goes without saying that when it comes to recruiting new team members, we're looking for the best. We encourage staff to be innovative, to challenge the "as is" and to always put patients first.
We want staff who will live our trust values every day.
Care with compassion, Working together, Professional and accountable
Applicants are invited to apply for the position of Haematology Speciality (ST2) in Haematology at Southend University NHS Foundation Trust.
The Haematology department at Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has developed over the last 12 years and is currently classified as a 2a service as set out in the London Cancer Standards.
Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a Teaching Hospital, linked to the London University and is also the Cancer Centre for South Essex which is part of the Essex Cancer network. This busy DGH serves a population of 338,800. We currently employ 4,528 whole time equivalent staff with a total complement of 181 Consultant staff. Situated in the South East of England, with excellent rail links to London.
The Trust has an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre which carries a full programme of events and offers access to a Medical Library.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Dr Paul Cervi, Clinical Lead - Haematology
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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