Consultant Urogynaecologist

Division: Children’s Women’s and Diagnostics Division
Job Title: Consultant Urogynaecologist
Grade: Consultant
Location: University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust (UHNM)
Hours of Duty: 10 Programmed Activities (per week)
Managerially accountable to: Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Professionally accountable to: Medical Director, UHNM
Key Relationships:

  • Consultant Colleagues
  • Clinical Director
  • Directorate Manager
  • Associate Director
  • Associate Medical
  • Director Clinical Lead

Consultant Gynaecologist within a team of 23 Consultants (including this post) that provides care within the Directorate of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a highly regarded team. The post-holder will be required to provide the full range of general gynaecological skills working in collaboration with existing consultants and within the multi-disciplinary team. In addition the post holder will provide specialist Urogynaecology services in line with recent RCOG BSUG and NICE recommendations. They will be required to provide leadership for the local Urogynaecology team, this comprises of two Urogynae Consultants, four Advance Nurse Practioners and Support Staff, as well as colleagues in Urology and Colorectal Surgery. They will participate in the monthly Trust Urogynaecology MDT along with the three monthly regional MDT.

This post is based at University Hospital of North Midlands. Clinical Duties will be across both the Royal Stoke and County Hospital Sites. The post holder will have a total of 9.985 PAs per week.

The post holders will provide continuing responsibility for patients in their charge and will work within a team based structure to support care across both hospital sites. He / She will be a member of the relevant divisional, trust and regional committees. He / She will also be expected to participate in the immediate management functions and strategic planning of the Division and Trusts on both sites.

The successful candidate with the appropriate skill set may wish to undertake further duties within the Undergraduate Medical School.

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