Newham University Hospital provides all the services expected of a local hospital including emergency care, surgery, children’s health, women’s health (includes a very large maternity unit > 6,100 births per year), specialist medicine, long-term care and diagnostics.
- Emergency Department attendances average 460 per day (peaking above 500). We have a large emergency take of circa 70 per day.
- The area the hospital serves has the third most deprived local authority (out of 326 local authorities) and has been identified as one of the top 50 most deprived areas in the country.
- Newham University Hospital is part of Barts NHS Trust (the trust). Barts Health is the largest NHS trust in England. It has a turnover of 1.25 billion, serves 2.5 million people and employs over 14,000 staff. The trust comprises 11 registered Care Quality Commission (CQC) locations, including six primary hospital sites in east and north east London (Mile End Hospital, Newham University Hospital, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, the London Chest Hospital, the Royal London Hospital and Whipps Cross University Hospital) as well as five other smaller locations.
- Children’s service on Rainbow Centre provides access to specialist clinics, community nurses and play work as well as in patient, day patient and outpatient care.
- The department is run by a dynamic Consultant and Nursing senior team and offers the opportunity to gain exposure some of the most complex, challenging and rewarding Emergency Care in the country.
We are looking to recruit to both junior and senior Trust Grade Registrar posts in Emergency Medicine.
The successful candidates will be involved in all aspects of the care of both adult and children in the Emergency Department (ED). There is shop floor consultant is support from 8am to 10pm 7 days a week. Outside these hours there is a senior EM trainee or senior Trust Grade doctor leading the night team in conjunction senior nurse on shift.
In addition to weekly protected departmental teaching we are able looking to create bespoke job plans with and 80/20 split. 80% of time will be spent undertaking clinical work and 20% spent developing areas of interest e.g. QUIP, Research, Education and Emergency Ultrasound
Successful candidates will be allocated to a consultant for clinical and educational supervision. There will be access and support with interview practice, portfolio development and exam preparation.
The department has a strong teaching ethos. We have FY2, higher EM Trainees, Advanced Nurse Practitioners as well as Medical and Dental students. In addition we have strong links with the simulation department and foundation training program.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Name Bill Coode Job title ED Consultant Email address [email protected]
Applications are encouraged from those looking for part time as well as full time employment