Bank SPR Oncology (Breast and Endocrine Unit) - po63ly

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Are you looking to be part of an organisation during an exciting time? Looking to be part of an enthusiastic existing Breast and Endocrine team? Applications are welcomed for a SPR Oncologist. 

This post has become available to help provide clinical care for breast patients. The duties will consist of out-patient clinics, theatre work and contribution in the MDT meetings. This can be tailored to the experience of the successful candidate. There is no on call required.  The post holder must have experience in breast clinical work. A second interest in thyroid or melanoma surgery would be welcomed.

Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust, has a vision to be recognized as a world-class hospital, leading the field through innovative healthcare solutions, focusing on the best outcomes for our patients, delivered in a safe, caring and inspiring environment. 

If you are interested in this field and are an experienced SPR oncologist with a full GMC registration, please apply with your CV here. Our dedicated Doctors recruiter will get in touch with you to answer any further questions you have and get the review and recruitment process started. For an initial chat please call our team on 0333 577 3316, option 2 or send us an email at join.portsmouth@bankpartners.co.uk

 

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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