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Specialty Doctor in Old Age Psychiatry, Belfast

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Location:

Belfast, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Healthcare
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EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

UK-16

Job Views:

313

Posted:

20.10.2018

Expiry Date:

04.12.2018
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Job Description:

 

£ 40,000 - £ 70,000 per annum

Belfast

Doctors

Permanent

 

Job Description:

Stunning location, scenery and great lifestyle!

Superb working conditions

Stunning location

Free/Subsidized Accommodation

Relocation support

Excellent career development

 

 

Duties:

The management of organic and functional disorders in Older People.

To undertake both emergency and routine community assessments, including Mental Health Act assessments

Provision of comprehensive psychiatric care through evaluation, diagnosis and use of appropriate treatment plans/strategies

Liaising with other doctors, wards, and outside agencies, as may be appropriate, especially with regard to continuity of patient care

To clerk new admissions and complete a thorough history and examination, including physical examination and risk assessment to be documented in patient's notes.

 

Salary Benefits:

Person Specification:

MBBS / MBChB or equivalent

full / part MRCPsych or PLAB 1&2

Minimum 3 years full time post graduate experience

Minimum of 12 months of continuous experience in Psychiatry

GMC registration (or eligible to secure GMC registration)

Efficiency in Teamwork and equally good communication skills

 

To Apply:

Please send your CV mentioning reference UK-16 at info@phd-jobs.net

Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822

Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka

Web: http://www.phd-jobs.net

 

 

Employment Type:

Full time
Company Info
PhD-Jobs.NET

London, London, City of, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 20 8144 2822
Web Site: http://www.phd-jobs.net
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