Specialty Doctor in Dermatology
Royal Alexandra/Inverclyde Royal Hospitals

Job reference: 013970

Location: Royal Alexandra/Inverclyde Royal Hospitals

Job closing date: 07/02/2020

Job posted date: 24/01/2020

Salary: Speciality Doctor (£40,842 - £76,161)

Employment type: Permanent

Job Type: Medical and Dental

Hours of work: 40

Department: Dermatology

Employer (NHS Board) : NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

This post offers 10 PAs and will be based at Inverclyde Royal Hospital with cover to Royal Alexandra Hospital. However, applications are welcome from doctors wishing to apply on a less than full time basis.

There are additional links to the Alan Lyell Centre for Dermatology in Glasgow. The post would also have the requirement to work elsewhere as required by the Clinical Service Lead. The post would offer 10 Programmed Activities (PAs) within the Glasgow and Clyde Dermatology Directorate. 

Adult dermatology services in Greater Glasgow and Clyde are provided by the clinical directorate of dermatology, the Alan Lyell Centre for Dermatology.  The Directorate works on a hub and spoke model, with inpatient beds and some specialised and tertiary services based at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. This is the regional adult dermatology centre for approximately 1.5 million people in the West of Scotland. 

Local adult dermatology services are delivered at eight hospital sites – Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Stobhill Hospital, Vale of Leven Hospital, New Victoria Hospital and West Glasgow ACH. Each of these sites provides a range of dermatology out-patient services.

Dermatology services are provided by a multidisciplinary team of practitioners including Consultants, Specialty doctors and specialist dermatology nurses, working within an inpatient ward and outpatient department. The QEUH forms the hub for subspecialty clinics and is the tertiary adult inpatient unit.

The successful candidate will join the team of GGC dermatologists, whose special interests across GGC include cutaneous surgery (including Mohs surgery), skin cancer, photodermatology, contact dermatitis, severe psoriasis, teaching, genodermatoses, paediatric dermatology, connective tissue disorders, vulval dermatoses, lymphoma and hair disorders.

You will be a suitably qualified doctor who will assist the consultant teams with new and return outpatient clinics and minor procedure lists. Previous dermatology experience is preferable.

All applicants must possess full GMC registration, a licence to practice, with at least 4 Years full time Post Graduate Training, two of which must have been in relevant acute specialties or you will demonstrate and evidence equivalent experience and competencies.



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