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Arran.
Job Reference Number:          MD/331/11
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SIGNATURE                                                                    DATE
NHS AYRSHIRE AND ARRAN
SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Salary Scale: £36,807 - £68,638 pa
Ref: MD/331/11

Opportunities exist for suitably qualified and experienced doctors to join our busy, modern
Emergency Departments in Ayr and Crosshouse. Both departments are accredited for higher
specialist training and successful candidates will have the opportunity to further develop their skills in
Emergency Medicine.

Our departments saw a combined total of 111,000 new attendances last year and have an existing
consultant establishment of 13 consultants and 2 Associate Specialists. There is at least one duty
consultant present in each department 09.00 to 20.00 Mondays to Fridays.

In addition to the time spent in Emergency Medicine, there will be an opportunity for successful
candidates to be seconded to other Acute Specialties (Anaesthetics, Paediatrics and Acute
Medicine). These attachments are available by mutual agreement to enable the post-holder to meet
personal development needs and in particular to support career development, including entry on to
the Specialist Registrar with Certificate of Eligibility (CESR) via article 14. Posts are therefore ideally
suited to candidates who wish to consolidate existing skills in Emergency Medicine, work towards
exam completion, and re-enter higher specialist training in the future. We will work with you to
respond to your development needs based on your previous experience and your requirements for
your career in the future.

Applicants will have 4 years post graduate experience and will ideally have undertaken training for a
minimum of 2 years in Emergency medicine, or 1 year in Emergency Medicine and additional
experience in either Acute Medicine and/or Anaesthesia.

Consideration will also be given to applicants who may have undertaken training in Core Medical
Specialties and who have spent a minimum of 6 months in Emergency Medicine.

MRCP/MCEM or equivalent is desirable, but not essential

These posts will contribute to our full shift middle-grade rotas. Applicants who may not have the
necessary level of competencies to immediately participate at a senior level will be supported to
achieve the equivalent of ST2 level competencies. The expectation will be that these will be attained
within 6 months of appointment.

Our active programme of postgraduate education is well supported and resourced and benefits from
the active participation of all doctors. A number of specialties have active research programmes and
all specialties support clinical audit.

These are full time posts, and are offered on the basis of 9 Direct Clinical Care sessions and 1
Supporting Professional Activity. Work undertaken out of hours will be paid at the premium rate of
time and one third. Up to 2 Additional Programmed Activities may be available.

Successful applicants must hold Full Registration and a Licence to Practice with the General Medical
Council.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Mr D Chung Clinical Director/Consultant in A&E on (01563)
827751.
Applications in the form of a current CV (together with the names and addresses of 2 referees should
be submitted to Carol.bell@aaaht.scot.nhs.uk no later than 25 November 2011. Please Quote Ref
No: MD/331/11.

An Equal Opportunities Form and Immigration Status Form should be submitted with your CV. This is
available along with a copy of the Job Description at www.jobs.scot.nhs.uk or www.bmjcareers.com.
You can also obtain further information about the organisation from www.nhsayrshireandarran.com
                                       JOB DESCRIPTION


                    SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE
                          CROSSHOUSE & AYR HOSPITALS


                             1. INTRODUCTION

These posts are part of our funded Establishment.

The main function of the posts is to provide first line medical care to patients attending the
Accident/Emergency Unit and to patients admitted to the Short Stay Ward, under the direction of the
Accident/Emergency Consultants.


               2. FACILITIES, RESOURCES AND ACTIVITY

THE HOSPITALS

Crosshouse Hospital is a modern 553 bedded Acute District General Hospital serving a population
of around 230,000 for most specialties and the whole of Ayrshire and Arran for Paediatrics,
Obstetrics & Gynaecology, ENT, Maxillofacial Surgery.

The Accident/Emergency Unit is a busy A-Class Unit with 68,000 new attenders last year. Within the
department there are 4 Resuscitation Bays, 1 Stitch Room and a Plaster Room, and two dedicated x-
ray rooms. Adjacent to the department there is an Out-Patient Theatre, Intensive Care Unit, Imaging
Department with 24 hour access to CT. There is 24 hour anaesthetic cover. The hospital also has
12 bedded Coronary Care and Medical High Dependency Units.

The department deals with all medical, surgical, trauma & orthopaedics, psychiatric, paediatric and
geriatric acute emergencies and resuscitation of the patient before handing over to the appropriate
specialty. Inpatient care for adults is provided in our adjacent 6 bed Clinical Decisions Unit.

Consultant A&E review clinics are held in the outpatient department 4 times a week.


Ayr Hospital is a modern 330 bed District General Hospital serving a population of 156,000 for most
specialties and the whole of Ayrshire and Arran for Vascular Surgery, Ophthalmology, Urology and
Interventional Radiology.

The Emergency Department had 43,000 new attenders last year. Besides serving the local
population, a large number of tourists and holiday makers visit this area, significantly increasing the
Department’s workload during the Spring and Summer months.

In-patient care for adults is provided by the Department in our adjacent six-bedded Observation
Ward. Ward Rounds are performed on a daily basis by the Consultants and Staff Grades. Discharge
of patients from the Ward is supported by the Psychiatry Liaison Service and the Hospital's Rapid
Response Team.

A & E Consultant-Led Review Clinics are held three times per week.
STAFFING AT CROSSHOUSE HOSPITAL

Mr David Chung, Clinical Director & Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Whole-time)
Dr C McGuffie, Consultant in Accident/Emergency/Associate Medical Director, Integrated Care and
Partner Servcies (Whole-time)
Dr A Lannigan, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Whole-time)
Dr J Mardon, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (now Whole Time)
Mr J Stevenson, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Whole-time)
Dr J Mulligan, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Part-time)
Dr J Gordon, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Part-time)
Dr M Draegebo, Consultant in Accident/ Emergency (Whole-time)

Dr M McNaught, Associate Specialist in Accident/ Emergency (Whole-time)

4.85 wte Specialty Doctors
6 Specialty Trainees in Accident/Emergency
4 Foundation Year 2 Doctors
3 GPST Doctors

STAFFING AT AYR HOSPITAL

Dr Fiona Gibson, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Part-time)
Dr Teresa Hand, Consultant in Accident/Emergency Medicine (Whole-time)
Dr Alan Krichell, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Whole-time)
Dr Alastair Stevenson, Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Whole-time)
Dr Sarah Learmonth , Consultant in Accident/Emergency (Whole-time)
Dr Ernie Ofei, Associate Specialist in Accident/ Emergency( Whole-time)

6.5 wte /Specialty Doctors
2 Specialty Trainees in Accident/Emergency
3 Foundation Year 2 Doctors
2 GPSTS Doctors


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The department uses computerised records. Registration, Triage, ordering of x-rays and
documentation of patient care are all done via the computer system. Letters to the GP are
automatically generated from the in-put information.


SUPPORT STAFF

The Departments share the services of a Health Care Manager, Clinical Nurse Manager, Nurse
Consultant (Unscheduled Care) Community Liaison is undertaken via Paediatric and Geriatric Liaison
staff. There is a well established Psychiatric and Alcohol Liaison service and the departments are
also well supported by the Ayrshire Rapid Response Service in terms of falls assessment and early
supported discharge and domiciliary rehabilitation.

There is also a well established Emergency Nurse Practitioner Service.
                               3. PROPOSED WEEKLY PROGRAMME

The post will consist of ten programmed activities per week.

This can be divided into 9 clinical sessions, distributed as part of providing 24hr Middle Grade Cover
in a rolling rota. The exact pattern will be determined as part of job planning, and 1 SPA per week.

There will be opportunities for extra programmed activities in addition, to be determined by job
planning.

In addition to the time spent in Emergency Medicine, there will be an opportunity for successful
candidates to be seconded to other Acute Specialties (Anaesthetics, Paediatrics and Acute
Medicine).

These attachments are available by mutual agreement to enable the post-holder to meet personal
development needs in areas where they may benefit from additional experience and learning.

The Department is committed to promoting the continuing professional development of its Specialty
Doctors and will support the post-holder’s career development including entry on to the Specialist
Registrar with Certificate of Eligibility (CESR) via article 14 if desirable. The secondments would be
for a fixed period after discussion with the post-holder and the specialty, based on a 9 clinical session
working week with the option of extra programmed activities if required.

The timing and location of activities in the timetable are indicative and may require being adapted to
meet the need for availability across sites and the changing needs of the service. Any changes
would be subject to discussion.




                                4. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will work as a member of the Emergency Medicine team across
Crosshouse and Ayr hospital sites and will relate to nursing and medical members of the team and
be supervised by one of the Consultants in Emergency Medicine. The main duties and
responsibilities of this post include:

1. Assessment, treatment and appropriate disposal of patients attending the unit.
2. Providing direct supervision of the Specialty Trainees/FY2s, including instruction in practical
   procedures and delegation of routine work in Accident and Emergency and Short Stay Ward.
3. Review of radiology and laboratory reports.
4. Assisting in the supervision of the observation ward.
5. Assisting with the review clinics held in the Out Patients Department.
6. Teaching of the Specialty Trainees/FY2s. (The successful candidate will be expected to attend
   or have completed Advanced Cardiac Life and Advanced Trauma Life and Paediatric Advanced
   Life Support courses.)
7. Performing departmental Audit.
                         5. GENERAL PROVISIONS

The post is within the Integrated Care & Emergency Service Directorate, the post holder will be
accountable to the Consultants within the Emergency Medicine Service, who will agree the Job Plan.
There will be flexibility around additional Programmed Activities which may be required, and the
implementation of the Job Plan, subject to further discussion with any candidates.

Subject to the provision of the Terms and Conditions of Service, the post holder is expected to
observe NHS Ayrshire and Arran’s agreed policies and procedures, drawn up in consultation with the
profession on clinical matters, and to follow the standing orders and financial instructions of NHS
Ayrshire and Arran.

The post holder is required to comply with NHS Ayrshire and Arran Health and Safety Policies.



                          6. ANNUAL APPRAISAL

The successful candidate will be required to take part in annual appraisal. Objectives agreed
following the appraisal process will be discussed and taken into account of during the annual job plan
review.



                            7. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

The Terms and Conditions of service are those determined by the New Specialty Doctor Grade
(Scotland) 2008 and the post is offered on a 10 programmed activity basis. Applications from
individuals who may wish to work on a part time or job share basis will be considered. Opportunities
may exist for Additional Programmed activities subject to service requirements.

Appropriately experienced applicants must have Full Registration and current Licence to Practice
with the General Medical Council, and have completed at least 4 years full-time postgraduate
training, of which at least 2 years will have been in Emergency Medicine OR 1 year in Emergency
Medicine AND additional experience in either Acute Medicine and/or Anaesthesia.

Possession of Membership of the College of Emergency Medicine would be an advantage.




                             8. FURTHER INFOMATION AND VISITING

Applicants wishing to obtain information about the post or to arrange a visit are invited to contact Mr
David Chung, Crosshouse Hospital, 01563 577751, or Dr Teresa Hand (Ayr) 01292 614578.

The closing date for application is 25 November 2011.
PERSONAL SPECIFICATION




POST OF:  Specialty Doctor in A&E
LOCATION: Crosshouse Hospital / Ayr Hospital


QUALIFICATIONS:
ESSENTIAL
                                                                         DESIRABLE
Full GMC Registration and Licence to Practice                            Relevant Post Graduate Qualification
A minimum of 4 years full-time postgraduate training, and will ideally   MRCP, MRCGP, FRCS, DCH, DRCOG APLS,
have undertaken training for a minimum of 2 years in Emergency           ATLS,
Medicine, or 1 year in Emergency Medicine and additional experience
in either Acute Medicine and/or Anaesthesia
                                                                         Teaching interest/diploma.

ALS

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/COMPETENCE
REQUIREMENTS        ESSENTIAL                                            DESIRABLE

General Experience:                 Expertise in fields relevant           Exposure to relevant sub speciality
                                     to Emergency Medicine                   training
                                    Ability to communicate
                                     effectively with all levels of
                                     staff and patients
                                    Ability to work efficiently
                                     and timeously
                                    IT literacy

Team Working                        Understand the Emergency
                                     Medicine Team Dynamic
                                    Ready to contribute to the
                                     team
Development                         Evidence of relevant
                                     Continuing Professional
                                     Development
                                    Evidence of satisfactory
                                     compliance with appraisal
                                     requirements

Teaching & Training                 Evidence of Teaching to
                                     others available

Research & Publications             Evidence of involvement in             Published research
                                     Research
Clinical Audit            Evidence of interest and
                           participation in Clinical
                           audit

Management and            Understands Managerial            Proven management experience
Administration             role and responsibility of        Understanding of resource
                           Middle grade in Emergency          management and quality assurance.
                           Medicine
                          Proven organisational skills

Personal and              A willingness to accept           Knowledge of recent changes in the
Interpersonal Skills       flexibility to meet the needs      NHS in Scotland
                           of the Patient
                          Effective communicator and
                           negotiator
                          Demonstrate effective
                           leadership
                          Ability to operate on a
                           variety of different levels
                          Open and non-
                           confrontational
Additional Information may be obtained from the following links:



NHS Ayrshire & Arran Web site

http://www.nhsayrshireandarran.com


Living & Working in Scotland

http://www.scotmt.scot.nhs.uk/living-and-working-in-scotland.aspx


West of Scotland Deanery - Key Fact Sheet – useful web sites eg list of hospitals in area,
councils, transport, tourist information:

http://www.scotmt.scot.nhs.uk/media/9362/westofscotlanddeaneryfactsheet.pdf

								
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