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Transfer Team Locum opportunities

The Critical Care Transfer Service of the North Central London Critical Care Network is based at UCLH. We transfer any critically ill patients within the sector and out of sector. If there are no external transfers we support the ICU with their transports to CT, MRI etc.

The service is staffed by registrars with transfer interest from UCLH/ National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery/bank/locum doctors, transfer trained ICU nurses and LAS paramedics/technicians. The coordination of the transfers is part of this job. The digital, web-based booking requests are coordinated by the transfer team doctor. The service is supervised by a team of ICU and anaesthetic consultants at UCLH. We use an LAS ambulance for the  patient transport and to return the team to UCLH. We provide a fully equipped Stryker Stretcher XL (bariatric extension) with an Oxylog 3000plus, a Corpuls monitor and a state of the art transfer bag for the equipment.

The day starts with the equipment check and team brief. We focus on adult transfers in and out of the sector. This includes critically ill patients from all levels and acuity. We are developing digital documentation, you can expect to use the brand new UCLH digital app soon!

We offer bank shifts from 8:30am – 5:30pm for an enhanced rate of £48/h, 7 days a week

Team:  one doctor (consultant or registrar), one transfer trained ICU nurse and one LAS paramedic/ technician

You will have access to online training material to familiarise your self with the job

Personal Specification : Need to be ST3 and above in anaesthesia or critical care with a minimum of one year experience in anaesthesia and flexibility to work in an evolving team. Currently we are likely to give preference to registrars working at UCLH/ NHNN however this is an evolving situation and if you are interested do contact us

Please email us to show interest in being part of our team and we can help direct you to bank registration (including EPIC training) on mohammedabbas.khaku@nhs.net or for any other requests email the lean of the NCL critical care transfer hub on uclh.nccritcaretransfer@nhs.net

Fellowship Positions – Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand


Fellows – Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, CM Health

Middlemore Hospital is a busy 1000 bed facility, servicing a population of 750,000 comprising some of New Zealand’s most diverse communities. As a tertiary referral centre for major burns, orthopaedics, plastics (including hands), maxillofacial and general surgery, we are one of the busiest surgical centres in Australasia. A full complement of surgical subspecialties, with the exception of Cardiothoracic and Neurosurgery are represented. Obstetric services provide support for approximately 7000 deliveries, including a significant proportion of high complexity cases, per annum.

The Department of Anaesthesia, Pain, and Perioperative Medicine, Counties Manukau Health, (Auckland) is pleased to invite applications for 8 Fellowship positions for the year December 2020 – December 2021.

Our department consists of over 80 Specialist Anaesthetists (Anaesthesiologists) working over two clinical sites comprising 26 Operating Rooms. Rostering also includes provision of anaesthesia services to the radiology suite and national burns centre, in addition to leading acute pain rounds and preoperative assessment clinics.

Whilst large, it is a cohesive, collegial department with fantastic learning opportunities provided by enthusiastic, innovative and dedicated clinicians with a solid team-oriented culture.

We are able to offer a wide range of diversity and complexity, and you will be continually stimulated and challenged in a supportive environment. This will enable you to attain your required learning objectives. Our clinical positions are ideal for provisional fellows or those with recent FANZCA admittance wishing to hone advanced clinical skills, and work towards gaining greater confidence in transitioning to independent consultant-led practice.

We have 8 ANZCA-approved fellowships on offer:
1 x general fellowship with a subspecialty interest in obstetric anaesthesia
1 x general fellowship with a subspecialty interest in regional anaesthesia
1 x general fellowship with a subspecialty interest in burns anaesthesia
1 x general fellowship with a subspecialty interest in peri-operative anaesthesia
3 x general fellowships (with exposure to all the sub specialty areas)
1 x pain fellowship ( full time pain training position)
In addition to clinical rostering, sessions will be allocated for non-clinical and administrative activities. All fellows will be expected to contribute to departmental audit/research/educational advancement or quality improvement measures over the term of employment.

The clinical anaesthesia fellows work within a 1:7 roster for after-hours call. The pain fellowship does not involve rostering in clinical anaesthesia.

Our pain fellowship is a full-time pain training position that is accredited by the Faculty of Pain Medicine of ANZCA. Preference will be given to current trainees of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, or those intending to embark on training. In addition to solid exposure to an outpatient interdisciplinary model of chronic pain management, trainees will also have the opportunity to be involved with inpatient complex pain rounds and our new transitional pain clinic. Other clinical or research opportunities may be available depending on stage of training and individual areas of interest.

Minimum Requirements:
Applicants should hold, or be eligible for, registration as a medical practitioner with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ).
For ANZCA registered trainees applying for clinical anaesthesia fellowship positions, applications will only be accepted for those who are in their Provisional Fellow Year (PFY), or eligible to enter PF year at date of commencement.
Applicants must have completed all Advanced Training requirements at commencement date unless specific College exemption is held. The CV provided should clearly document compliance with this requirement, with supporting evidence from the Training Portfolio record.
For non ANZCA applicants, an equivalent level of experience in clinical anaesthesia will be considered on a case by case basis. Further details can be provided on request.
All applicants should clearly state in their cover letter, which fellow position they are applying for and additionally if they hold any second preferences for the positions on offer.

The December to December timing of the 12-month Fellowship follows appointment patterns for New Zealand medical training positions; however exceptions may be pursued under certain circumstances.

A soon to be launched Middlemore Anaesthesia website will also contain further specific information regarding each position.

To view a copy of the Anaesthesia Fellow Job Description please click here

To view a copy of the Pain Fellow Job Description please click here

Our employment conditions are per the MECA agreement with the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).

You will have a dedicated recruitment consultant to support you through your recruitment process including medical council and immigration requirements.
Please apply online at https://careers.countiesmanukau.health.nz/working-here/job/view/CMH20202461

For more information please contact Amy Varcoe in the Recruitment Centre on 09 259 3640 or amy.varcoe@middlemore.co.nz

Applications Close: 24 April 2020
Job Number: CMH20202461