Job title: Resident Medical Officer
Salary: £46,000 to £55,000 per annum
Part time / Full time: Full time
We are looking for an exceptional Resident Medical Officer to join King Edward VII’s Hospital and join the team in delivering a first class service to our patients. This is a great opportunity if you are looking to work within a well-established, highly reputable private Hospital offering excellent employee benefits.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide 24 hour cover for patient care according to published rota
• Ensure standards of care are maintained by demonstrating clinical competency
• Clerk patients on admission and liaise with consultants as necessary
• Work closely with our ITU fellows and participate in the outreach service and resuscitation team
• Attend various committees as required and in particular the Clinical Audit Committee
Qualifications and Experience Required:
The ideal candidate will be fully registered with the GMC, be a member of the MDI, and possess a current ALS certificate. Candidates must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience as an SHO. Experience in HDU/ ITU would be desirable.
Who are we?
King Edward VII’s Hospital is one of the UK’s premier private hospitals with an enviable tradition of excellence based in the heart of London’s medical precinct. We take great pride in our reputation as one of the best healthcare providers in the world. This is a direct reflection of the calibre of our individually selected consultants and our exemplary staff who provide an excellent service to our patients.
What you will receive in return?
We offer benefits which include free restaurant quality meal whilst on duty, annual leave entitlement of 35 days inclusive of bank holidays, private healthcare, company pension scheme, in house training, interest free travel loan upon a successful completion of probation, staff referral scheme.
Closing date: This job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received.
Due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.