Oncology & Oncology/Haematology Doctors
Develop your medical career with HCA Healthcare UK part of the World's largest private acute and complex care hospital group and double award winners of 'The Best Private Healthcare provider 2016' voted by LaingBuisson and HealthInvestor.
We were we also named International Cancer Centre of the Year 2016 by the IMTJ awards.
We are recruiting now across our expanding cancer network in London, including our new purpose built facilities opening April and May 2017, specialist Oncology and Oncology/Haematology Doctors - Resident Medical Officers and Clinical Fellows on a full time or part time basis to work in either of our Chemotherapy Day Case and/or Inpatient wards as well as our Oncology Clinical Trials Unit.
- Permanent Contract.
- Salary Guide; £55000 - £70000 pa - full time (salary dependent upon experience, shifts and hospital base).
- A range of shifts are available including day or nights only, 12 hour shifts and 24 hours shifts.
HCA Healthcare UK- Private Hospital Group
HCA Healthcare UK London Cancer Facilities, include: The Wellington Hospital, The Princess Grace Hospital, LOC Leaders in Oncology Care, Sarah Cannon Research Institute UK, The Harley Street Clinic, The Portland Hospital, The Lister Hospital, Harley Street at UCH, London Bridge Hospital and HCA Outpatients and Diagnostics and The Shard.
We are one of the only private healthcare providers whose services cover the entire cancer pathway and the first cancer network-private or public to be awarded CHKS Oncology standards.
The services we cover are: Cancer Diagnostics and Imaging, Genetic Testing and Counselling, Cancer Surgery and In-patient care, Radiation Oncology, Survivorship programme, Bone Marrow Transplantation, Fertility Services, Molecular profiling, Clinical Drug Trials and Palliative Care.
Our Cancer patients get the most accurate diagnostic and effective treatment thanks to our state of the art medical technology.
We were first in the UK to offer the revolutionary CyberKnife system. We are also the only private hospital group in the country using the groundbreaking new NanoKnife system a pioneering cancer treatment for inoperable tumours.
The role of the Specialist RMO is to work as part of the middle grade doctors team in the Oncology arena. You will be involved in Registrar level clinical duties and will play a vital role in managing the medical care, working closely with Consultants to ensure that patients' treatment and care needs are met.
All patients are admitted under a Consultant who is responsible for management however this is a fantastic learning environment with hands on procedures and care pathway opportunities with world class medical innovation.
You will benefit from; the close mentorship of senior healthcare managers, world leading physicians and surgeons to progress their clinical learning and experience and will gain sought after experience of working with innovative cutting-edge services and treatments as well as an environment with the most advanced medical equipment.
As a RMO Oncology Specialist you can expect a competitive salary package plus - benefits which include: Private pension, private medical care cover, guaranteed annual salary review. Regular job reviews and appraisals, study leave fund for appropriate courses and in house training.
Additional Funded Training and Support:
We are supportive of training and have developed links with Universities to provide a programme of joint appointments for those doctors wishing to study for a higher degree such as MSc and PhD.
We have extended this co operation with NHS facilities and Research Institutes for doctors who also wish to go out of programme to study for other qualifications such as clinical management degrees and diplomas.
Skills & Experience
- MBBS or equivalent medical qualification
- Full registration with the GMC, license to practice and a complete record for their training to date.
- ST2 or above ( NHS Training equivalent ), or equivalent, specifically in Oncology
- Exceptional communication skills and compassionate medical skills
- Ability to demonstrate good clinical practice at all times and respectfulness to patients and colleagues.