Resident Medical Officer

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Resident Medical Officer, Central London, Full Time, up to £60,000 + Benefits

Key Details: I am recruiting for an experienced Resident Medical Officer to join a Private Hospital located in Central London and take on duties that are shared by 3 other full time RMO’s.

The Key details are –

Location: Central London - within easy access via Train, Bus and car with car park

Salary: £50,000 - £60,000 per annum / £25.64 - £30.76 per hour based on 37.5 hours per week.

Hours: Full Time available – 37.5 Hours Per Week

On-call: Whilst on-call it is necessary for the RMO to occupy the duty RMO’s room in the Hospital Accommodation.

Contract Type: Permanent

Employee Benefits: In return for providing your skills, experience and passion in delivering outstanding patient care, you will be rewarded and provided opportunities for progression and continuous training. Benefits are also included

Further Details about the Role: I am looking to recruit an RMO to join a Private Hospital located in Central London to ensure the highest standards of care are met by demonstrating clinical competency. RMOs should practice medicine within the guidelines “Good Practice” as published by the General Medical Council. To provide 24-hour cover for patient care according to the published rota system with 3 other RMOs. To clerk and examine patients on admission in accordance with Hospital policy. To treat all patients in an emergency and communicate with the Consultant as necessary. To work closely with the ITU Fellows and participate in the Hospital’s resuscitation team. To carry out audits and other relevant duties as requested by the Medical Committee, the Chief Executive or Matron.

Person Specification: I am looking for the successful applicant for this RMO opportunity to possess full without restrictions GMC registration. Basic Membership of a Medical Defence Institution. Current ALS Certificate (UK). Medical Qualification. Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a Senior House Officer. Awareness of own limitations. Understanding of clinical governance and clinical risk management. It is desirable for applicants to possess experience in ITU / HDU. Previous involvement in audits is also desirable. It is compulsory for all applicants to be competent in history taking, examination skills and record taking. Able to work without direct supervision. Excellent communication skills. It is desirable for the successful applicant to possess previous experience / knowledge of drug dispensing.

For more information regarding this vacancy or to apply, please contact Jenna O'Rourke on (phone number removed) or send a copy of your CV to (url removed) All applications are completely confidential.

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