Consultant in Geriatric Medicine (Interest in Frailty Servic
Contratación en Reino Unido (SCOTLAND) de Secretarios médicos
Clasificación del trabajo:Técnicos y profesionales de nivel medio : Profesionales de nivel medio en operaciones financieras y administrativas : Secretarios administrativos y especializados : Secretarios médicos. Technicians and associate professionals : Business and administration associate professionals : Administrative and specialised secretaries : Medical secretaries.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
These whole/part time posts offer an exciting opportunity for ambitious and committed individuals to help develop innovative holistic multidisciplinary services for older people in Ayrshire based on frailty assessment and early intervention. These posts will continue to build on hugely successful pilot work within in NHS Ayrshire and Arran involving the Frail Elderly multi-disciplinary team and redesign of the patient journey focusing on early assessment and intervention that is centred on the patient and based around acute comprehensive geriatric assessment in the emergency setting. These posts will be based at University Hospital Crosshouse working within our new Combined Assessment Unit Ambulatory Care Unit and within the Emergency Department. Close working with Community Services within our Health and Social Care Partnership frameworks to facilitate new pathway development will be an integral component of the roles to support early discharge and avoidance of unnecessary acute admissions Close operational and governance links with Acute Medicine and Geriatric Medicine as well as Emergency Medicine and Community and Primary Care will be essential in these roles that have been developed in response to changing demographics and patient need. Development of the multi-disciplinary Frailty Team will support this new way of working that will challenge existing pathways of care and transform the emergency care for frailty conditions with early discharge and support either at home or in a homely setting aligned with the 2020 Vision. It is anticipated that the post holders will have a key leadership role in further integration of health and social care where there is a focus on prevention anticipation and supported self-management. When hospital treatment is required the focus will be on ensuring that people get back into their home or community environment as soon as appropriate with care that minimizes risk of re-admission. Whatever the setting care will be provided to the highest standards of quality and safety with all decisions being person-centred. The post holders will also provide leadership and training in the development of innovative training posts that are community facing and offer exciting opportunities for committed young doctors to work at the interface between Acute Community and Primary Care Services within a multi-disciplinary team. The terms and conditions of service are those determined by the New Consultant Contract (Scotland) 2004 and the post is offered on a 10 Programmed Activity basis. The job plan will include dedicated time to recognise the additional responsibility of partnership working and service development. Applications from individuals who may wish to work on a part-time or job share basis will be considered. Opportunities may exist for Extra Programmed Activities to be undertaken subject to service requirements and in accordance with national terms and conditions of service. Accredited in Geriatric Medicine you will have the necessary training and expertise to provide the range of medical and rehabilitation expertise for older patients in Ayrshire to meet the needs of these new roles. Candidates must be fully registered with a Licence to Practice and must be on the Specialist Register or be within 6 months of the anticipated award of a CCT or CESR at the time of interview. For further information about the post or to arrange a visit please contact Dr Crawford McGuffie Directorate Associate Medical Director University Hospital Crosshouse tel: 01563 827750. Application in the form of a current CV with evidence to support your entry onto the Specialist Register/CCT date together with the names and addresses of 2 referees (postal and email) including your current and most recent Clinical Director/Lead Consultant and completed Sections 1-6 should be submitted to medicalrecruitmentaapct.scot.nhs.uk no later than 24 July 2017 (noon). Please Quote Ref No: MD/169/17R. The interviews have been scheduled for
Servicio de empleo de origen:Department for Work and Pensions, Public Employment Services, United Kingdom.