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  • Advert number: 244734-0
  • Posted Date: 03/06/10
  • Closing Date: 18/06/10

(up to 1 year fixed term contract)
Reference: 151-SF118
In addition to the basic salary and band payment in line with the Medical and Dental Terms and Conditions, this post will also attract a “Golden Hello” of £5,000 for this 12 month contract – please see job description for details.
 Frimley Park Hospital is one of the largest Acute Trusts in the South East with an exceptional performance record, having been recognised by the Healthcare Commission with continuing excellence in resource management with an Excellent and Good rating in service delivery. It has recently achieved the new NHS LA Level 3.
 We are looking to recruit a Clinical Fellow in Paediatrics commencing from as soon as possible, this post would suit an experienced Senior House Officer awaiting an ST4 training position or above, giving good general Paediatric experience. Although these posts are not recognised for training purposes, the postholders will work alongside Paediatric trainees on rotations, will receive identical training and assessment and will be expected to take an active part in monthly audit sessions, with research opportunities available.
 Working at Registrar level, you will cover inpatient Paediatrics, Paediatric Accident and Emergency and the Special Care Baby Unit. You will also be involved in the supervision and teaching of junior staff. Several specialist clinics are also held in Cardiology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Paediatric Surgery and Diabetology. An interest in any subspecialty will be encouraged, especially Neurology, Cystic Fibrosis and Gastroenterology.
 If you would like to come and visit or would just like to know a bit more, please contact Dr Peta Maltby, Clinical Director, telephone 01276 604254 or Dr Tina Williams, Consultant Paediatrician, telephone 01276 604247.
 To find further information about the role and apply for the post, please visit and search reference code 151-SF118. Closing date for applications: 18 June 2010.