Friday, 15 May 2015

Resident Medical Officers - UK!

Job type: Permanent
Location: All
Start date: ASAP
Salary: £38000 to £63240 per annum
Specialty: General Practice and surgery 

Job Description

Doctors Abroad Healthcare and Recruitment Agency have a number of fantastic positions for JUNIOR DOCTORS to work as RESIDENT MEDICALOFFICERS providing medical and peri-operative ward doctor care in independent sector hospitals across the UK on variable rotations.

Remuneration packages £38,000 to £63,240 per annum depending on rota (includes holiday pay).

Various contracts, start times and rotas available.

Good communication and practical skills essential.

Must have current full GMC, ALS and EPLS (assistance with courses is available if required).

Job Information:

What is an RMO and What is RMO Work?

The initials RMO stand for Resident Medical Officer and this means just as it says - you will be resident at a hospital for the period of your cover (usually one to two weeks). RMOs are generally on call 24 hours per day 7 days per week (i.e. 168-hour shifts), and are required to remain on the hospital site during that time. Meals and accommodation are provided free of charge for the RMO whilst on duty. Several of the hospitals we work with offer dual accommodation for doctors and their partners.
RMOs provide cover in all private surgical hospitals within the UK and essentially observe the wishes of the patients` consultants in their absence. You need recent resuscitation and blood-taking experience and to be skilled in ECGs and urinary catheterisation. You also need to present a friendly and professional demeanour to patients and staff alike and demonstrate that you are confident with both your spoken and written English skills.

Medical officer job

Mandatory requirements are:

-Full GMC registration or eligibility of this / EU Nationality not required!!!
-Current ALS and EPLS accreditation, training and certification for this can be arranged
-Recent experience in resuscitation, cannulation, blood taking, ECGs and urinary catheterisation
-A minimum of 2 years post-graduate experience (internship + one year)

-Recent surgical experience in post-operative care (as a guide, at least 3 months surgical experience in total during the past three years.) Although RMO`s do not work in theatre, the job is perhaps 90% related to the care of patients post-operatively, depending on the hospital. Note also that anaesthetists and intensive care physicians usually do post-operative care as part of their daily work, so dedicated surgical care (or normal surgical ward work) experience is not necessary for them. Orthopaedics experience is favourable as the RMO`s deal with a lot of post-operative orthopaedics care in the UK.

Do not hesitate take your chance today and apply.

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