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Consultant in Radiology with subspecialist interest in Gastrointestinal & Abdominal Radiology 34 views

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This is a new appointment, for a Consultant Radiologist: General Radiology with sub specialist in Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology, to support an expansion of services.

The successful candidate will be part of a team providing General Radiology services with a specialist interest in Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology, including shared responsibility for the CT colonography service. Interventional radiology services are not required, but the successful candidate will work closely with the interventional team.

The GI Radiology team have an active interest in research, and are currently enrolled in a number of national colorectal and upper GI cancer research studies. The successful candidate will actively participate in these studies, and will have the opportunity to develop the role including as local principal investigator.

Applicants must have FRCR or equivalent and are expected to hold, or to obtain within six months, UK Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training and entry on the Specialist Register. A fellowship in GI radiology, or other sub-speciality, is not an essential requirement.

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To apply for this role, simply click the link: http://jobs.salisbury.nhs.uk/job/UK/Wiltshire/Salisbury/Salisbury_NHS_Foundation_Trust/Clinical_Support_Family_Services/Clinical_Support_Family_Services-v2275790?_ts=438278

 

 

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  • Recruiter Address Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, Odstock Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 8BJ
  • Telephone 01722 429 345
  • Email sft.medicalhr@nhs.net
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