Consultant in Emergency Medicine - with potential for interest in pre-hospital / retrieval medicine
Looking for a breath of fresh air?
We are looking for a further Emergency Medicine Consultant at Dr Gray’s Hospital, Elgin - a great place to live and work, lying between the coast of the Moray Firth and the mountains of the Highlands and the Cairngorm National Park.
Moray is beautiful and enjoys its own sheltered microclimate. Mountain sports, world class fishing and golf, and the finest whisky are on our doorstep. An excellent quality of life and superb schools are to be found here.
Elgin, the county town of Moray has all of the amenities you would expect and is in easy reach of Inverness and Aberdeen. Dr Gray’s Hospital has 185 beds supporting a wide range of specialties and is some 90 minutes from the nearest proposed Major Trauma Centre.
The Emergency Department at Dr Gray’s Hospital provides excellent care to the 25,000 patients who use our services annually. The current Consultant interests are paediatrics and pre-hospital care. We have strong relationships with our primary care colleagues, pre-hospital services, and RAF. We pride ourselves in our work and the climate we create and 40% of our FY2 doctors go on to apply for Emergency Medicine after working with us.
We have full-time or part-time options available.
National Services Scotland through the Scottish Trauma Network National Implementation plan have confirmed a SCOTSTAR North hub to start delivering a pre-hospital critical care team from the North of Scotland from Year three (2019/20) as part of the commitment to improvements and equity in the provision of pre-hospital care and transfer and retrieval medicine. There will be a network of provision of graded skilled practitioners using air and land-based resources across the North of Scotland with the potential for appropriately qualified and interested Consultants contributing on a sessional basis.
Full registration with a licence to practise with the GMC is required. For more information visit
Those trained in the UK should have evidence of higher specialist training leading to CCT or be within 6 months of confirmed entry from date of interview or eligibility for specialist registration (CESR).
To obtain a copy of the job description for this post please click on the following link: RM19572 - Consultant in Emergency Medicine.doc
Want to know more? Informal enquiries welcome – Telephone: Dr Pam Hardy, Lead Consultant Emergency Care onor 567473
Closing date: Friday 11th May 2018.