Chief Medical Officer Clinical Management Fellowship
Are you a junior doctor considering a career in Clinical Management with Oncology Haematology Specialist area of interest.
HCA Healthcare UK is proud to present its highly innovative fully funded Chief Medical Officer Clinical Management Fellowship Programme to commence August 2017.
An exciting, two year fellowship working in partnership with Cass Business School, to give talented junior doctors with aspirations of senior healthcare leadership roles the practical experiences, insights and education to put them on the path to future success in clinical management.
Fellows will report to the Chief Medical Officer of HCA UK, but will also report to a private hospital within the HCA group, Chief Executive Officer and Medical Director and have a designated senior clinical mentor. The role rota will understand 80% clinical work and 20% hours per week outside of this time will be split between operational roles within the hospital, the MSc programme and medical innovative project work.
This Fellowship opportunity will be based at HCA's Harley Street University College Hospital London.
Established in 2006 and is fully JACIE accredited, Harley Street at UCH offers the very best in private haematology healthcare, supporting patients through screening, diagnosis, treatment and aftercare, including; cutting edge radiotherapy, phlebotomy, transfusions, antibody treatments, allogeneic and autologous stem cell transplantation and bone marrow transplantation. Working with internationally renowned experts to provide specialist treatment including a JACIE accredited bone marrow transplant service and non-cancerous conditions such as blood disorders and stem cell transplant for some auto-immune conditions.
Whilst the prime focus of this unit is haematological cancers, Harley Street at UCH also have a wide range and high level of experience in other blood disorders, making this role extremely diverse and interesting, in turn allowing you to continually learn and develop.
We have an exciting opportunity for at Harley Street University College Hospital for an Oncology/Haematology Doctor to become part of the medical team offering expert care for cancers and blood disorders, from initial diagnosis through to complex treatment and beyond.
Applications are invited for the 2 year fully funded and salaried Fellowship suited to a Middle Grade/Senior Junior Doctor who aspires to have a specialist career in oncology and Haematology and have a strong commitment to patient innovation projects and leadership.
The successful candidate will be offered a comprehensive training experience to provide the highest standard of medical care for all patients.
This fantastic prospect provides sought after experience to work with world class specialist consultants leading the way in innovation.
Fellows will be full-time employees of HCA UK and will receive a competitive salary up to £60000, an attractive employee benefits rewards package, provided and funded courses required to complete their clinical duties such as ALS, plus the fully-funded part-time MSc in Medical Leadership and Enterprise.
This is a full time role. Monday-Friday day shifts with occasional lates and on call commitment required.
Additional benefits include;
- Private medical cover
- Private pension
25 days annual leave (with the option to buy or sell up to five days annual leave)
- Life assurance, critical illness cover, childcare vouchers, dental insurance, travel insurance,
commuting season ticket loan (of up to the value of £10,000), gym membership,
At the end of the two year programme fellows will:
- be equipped with the skills in healthcare management that will allow them to take on leadership and management roles in the institutions they go on to work in
- have benefited from the close mentorship of senior healthcare managers, world leading physicians and surgeons to progress their clinical learning and experience
- have an MSc in Medical Leadership and Enterprise for the Cass Business School
- have experience of working with innovative cutting-edge services and treatments as well as an environment with the most advanced medical equipment
- if applied for in advance to starting the programme, be eligible for 6 months to be counted towards Out Of Programme Training OOPT.
Skills & Experience
The ideal applicants would be promising clinicians with a desire to develop their management skills to a level which will see them subsequently aspire to senior healthcare leadership roles.
- have full registration with the GMC and a complete record for their training to date
- be ST3 or above, or equivalent in Oncology/Haematology
- be committed and available for the full two year length of the fellowship.
- be able to start September 2017