Anaesthetist - Project Tooth Fairy - London

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Project ‘Project Tooth Fairy’ has been commissioned by NHS England in response to the growing paediatric dental waiting times across London which have been further compounded by the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

If Yes Project Tooth Fairy is perfect for you!
Covid-19 has exacerbated poor oral health in children and has resulted in lengthy waiting lists for paediatric dental treatment under general anaesthesia.
To clear this backlog, we’re setting up Project Tooth Fairy - a collaboration between
North and South Thames Paediatric Networks, the London Paediatric Dental
Network and Barts Health NHS Trust – that aims to combat these waiting times by
providing additional paediatric dental capacity at The Royal London Dental Hospital.
We’re looking for anaesthetists that are interested in bank sessions, individual
sessions or sessions in blocks if you would like to work more than one day in a row.
Some remuneration for travel will be included in your pay. The unit is due to open in October 2021. It will have three operating theatres and will provide day case, non-complex dental procedures for 2-16 year-olds, classed ASA I and ASA II.

We need your skills and expertise to deliver this project

Interested in being part of an exciting project to help reduce children’s dental waiting times?

If you’re interested in joining the team, please contact:
Corinne Stannard (Paediatric anaesthetic lead) - corinne.stannard@nhs.net
or Hope Sadio (Senior project manager) - hope.sadio1@nhs.net

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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