Substantive Consultant Radiologist
Applicants are invited to apply for the position of Consultant Radiologist. The job is for a either a General Cross Sectional Radiologist with Subspecialist interest to compliment the department (however head and neck, thoracic or uroradiology preferred) or Interventional Radiologist. The post is for a substantive appointment to commence as soon as possible but trainees within six months of completion of training are also encouraged to apply.
The successful applicant will be joining a team of 13 Consultants. We are looking for individuals who are team players and want to be part of a courageous, innovative and dedicated group of Radiologists who are respected by their Clinical Team. The Radiology Consultant Body takes pride in its friendly and mutually supportive atmosphere.
The Radiology Department usually has trainees from Addenbrookes Hospital and Norwich Academy and teaching and training of Radiology SpRs, Radiographers, Medical Students and other staff is expected. The Trust has an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre with a full program of events and access to Medical Library.
Active participation in Continuing Professional Development is supported with Trust study leave budget allocation.
The Radiology Department provides a wide range of diagnostic services including CT, MR (with two new Siemens machines recently installed), Ultrasound, Fluoroscopy, Nuclear Medicine, Interventional Radiology and plain film. All Radiologists have home reporting stations and home reporting sessions are encouraged.
Equal participation in the on-call system is expected. There is current provision for evening and overnight reporting to be outsourced.
All enquiries including informal enquiries welcomed. All applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the department prior to application. Visits are encouraged. Please contact Dr Roshdy Guirguis (Lead Radiologist) on , through his secretary on or e-mail: Roshdy.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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