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Broadgreen Hospital, Liverpool
£31,217 - £49,086 / year
NHS Band 7

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Currently Liverpool has two acute Hospital trusts operating over 4 sites; Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (AUHFT) and Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital (RLBUHT) which also looks after Liverpool University Dental Hospital.

The trusts, who have a history of collaborative working to fit the needs of the patients of Liverpool and the North West, have identified additional ways to improve the quality and sustainability of services through further partnership. Our doctors, nurses and health professionals have developed a consistent clinical view that it would be in the best interest of patients if they worked as single clinical teams, delivering the same standards of care, in the same way, across hospital sites. This has led to a proposal for both organisations to come together as one, through a formal merger.

It is an exciting time of change for our trusts as we take the best of both organisations to deliver outstanding care for our patients. We also have a focus on staff, with an ambition to make the new organisation the best place for staff to train and work. Merger brings with it an opportunity to reconfigure services, provide more diverse opportunities for career development and attract more research funding, leading to enhancement of staff skills by delivering and performing more innovative treatments and taking part in clinical trials. Joining the trusts at this time is an opportunity to be involved in one of the most significant changes we will see in the local health service and to drive improvements in care.

We will soon be opening a new state of the art hospital. The new hospital will provide every patient with a single bedroom with en-suite facilities. We believe that modern healthcare is as much about privacy, comfort and dignity as it is about pioneering treatments and cutting-edge technology.

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Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust Fellowship in Limb Reconstruction

Staff group: Medical Working pattern: Full time

To commence 3.2.20

We wish to appoint a fellow in limb reconstruction surgery. The appointee will be expected to have some previous experience in trauma and reconstruction surgery, 6 months at the Registrar Level or equivalent. Previous experience in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the Registrar level is essential, and the holding of a fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, or equivalent, is desirable. Training can be tailored to suit more junior appointees if they demonstrate commitment to the specialty, as determined in the interview process.

The post holder will be involved in a busy trauma reconstruction service within the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. The post holder will be responsible to Mr Selvadurai Nayagam, Mr Nikolaos Giotakis , Mr Leroy James, Miss Philippa Thorpe, and Mr Badri Narayan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons.

The fellow will be expected to participate in the ongoing research and audit programmes of the department and will be encouraged and supported to publish and present at national and international meetings.

The reconstruction service covers all aspects of complex trauma and reconstruction care and accepts tertiary referrals from a wide region. The post is based at the Broadgreen Hospital site of the RLBUHT, with some sessions at the Royal Liverpool site. Exposure can be provided to Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery at the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool if this is desired by the applicant.

The post holder will be required to work flexibly within the department. The Royal Liverpool Hospital is the major teaching hospital in Liverpool and has strong links with the adjacent University.

Candidates must have, or be eligible for, GMC registration that allows them to work in posts that are not recognised for training. If in a training post this post is recognised for Out-of-Program Training (OOPT) Successful candidates will undergo training appraisal and assessment. It is desirable that candidates have experience and familiarity with UK hospital systems and practices or equivalent.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Mr N Giotakis, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

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Mr B Narayan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
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We reserve the right to close any vacancies from further applications when we’ve received sufficient applications.

Trust policy requires the cost of DBS applications be recovered via salary.The amount of £31(standard) or £49(enhanced) can be deducted from salary, in manageable monthly instalments for up to 3 months following commencement in post.

The Trust is committed to creating a well-managed,flexible working environment that supports staff & promotes welfare & development. We are committed to promoting equality and diversity;we value the contribution of individual talent, skills, knowledge and experience and aim for a workforce demography representative of the local community.We operate Zero Tolerance to aggression, violence, bullying and harassment.We will make reasonable adjustments to ensure our recruitment & selection process is accessible to all.Flexible Working applications will be considered.

If you have any personal requirements that will enable you to participate in our recruitment process please contact a member of Recruitment Services via email: ( Email address removed ) at the earliest opportunity to ensure that measures can be put in place to enable your application for this post.

Please Note:new entrants to the NHS will normally commence on the first paypoint of the relevant band.

We are a Stonewall Diversity Champion employer.




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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.




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