An exciting new opportunity has arisen for Physician’s Associate to join the Medical Team at Raigmore Hospital undertaking specific responsibilities as part of a multi-disciplinary team. In conjunction with their colleagues, the post holder will work autonomously as part of the multi-disciplinary team, undertaking comprehensive physical assessment and history taking of patients and provide immediate care and / or initiate treatment as per clinical pathways/ protocols and Patient Group Directions (PGD’s).
Candidates, who are absolutely committed to enhancing patient care, through the efficient and effective management as part of a wider clinical team within Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, are encouraged to apply.
The post holder will demonstrate the ability to work independently, use advanced skills of history taking and physical examination and be able to utilise their own professional judgement to decide when patients require medical intervention or onwards referral.
Raigmore Hospital provides elective and emergency inpatient and outpatient services to the population of the Highlands which includes acute medical, surgical, trauma & orthopaedics, maternity and gynaecological services. It also provides laboratory, radiological and pharmacy services. It receives tertiary referrals in renal medicine and other specialities, offers a breast screening service and acts as host to visiting services such as plastic surgery, neurosurgery and paediatric cardiology.
There will be opportunity for the successful applicant to influence their allocation within a medical speciality.
For more information regarding this post please contact Dr Duncan Scott, Medical Clinical Lead, on 01463 706321 (e-mail Duncan.email@example.com) or Liam Allan, Physician Associate, on via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tony Golabek, Service Manager, email@example.com
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