HMR Division of Integrated Care
GP with Special interest in Diabetes
Integrated Community Diabetes Service
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is a forward thinking, quality driven organisation, focused on expanding and further developing its services for the local population. The Trust, Division and Directorate and its partners are committed to ensuring that its community and urgent care services are fit for the future, offer responsive and patient centred care in a location that best suits their individual needs.
Everything we do is guided by our organisation’s core values of providing quality driven, responsible and compassionate care, and we are looking for an innovative clinician that is keen to join our team, and work with us on developing and delivering our emerging community strategy.
If you are a General Practitioner with an interest in Diabetes, we could have the job for you. We want staff with enthusiasm who are willing to work with us to develop a new and innovative service model to enable us to provide the very best services for the people of Heywood, Middleton & Rochdale and Bury living with diabetes and its associated complications.
You should hold a primary medical degree and/or a higher diploma and be on the GMC and General Practice registers.
Our Trust is ideally placed in the city with excellent transport links from Manchester International Airport as well as the local tram and rail service. The North West region is a vibrant part of the country with a whole host of social activities on its doorstep as well as the Peak District and Lake District within easy reach. The local areas surrounding our Trust’s sites have excellent schools and housing available.
We are recruiting a GP to support the Integrated Community Diabetes Service for 1 session per week (1PA)
We welcome all requests for an informal visit. Come and have a look at our facilities and talk to staff in our department.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Informal discussions and visits are welcomed by contacting:
Dr Prakash Parameshwara – Consultant Diabetologist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Ruth Chamberlain- Assistant Directorate Manager: email@example.com
Applications via completed application form on NHS jobs website