Main area: Cardiology
Grade: Band 7
Hours: Full time Up to 37.5 per week (flexible working considered)
Site: Cardiology (Dept)
Town: Milton Keynes
Salary: £38,890 - £44,503 per annum (part-time pro rata)
Closing: 26/10/2020 23:59
Interview date: 06/11/2020
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The cardiology department at Milton Keynes University Hospital are looking for dynamic, motivated physiologists to help us take cardiac services in Milton Keynes to the next level. We are looking to expand and modernise cardiology service delivery for the rapidly expanding local population and looking in to ways we can support home working. We encourage applications from physiologists with an interest in devices, invasive cardiac procedures and/or echocardiography.
The cardiology department provides full diagnostic imaging, including echocardiography, TOE, contrast enhanced pharmacological and exercise stress echo, and advanced echo including 3D strain analysis with McKesson and Tom Tec reporting stations and Philips and Toshiba scanners. Cardiac CT Angiography services have also been established for the last 6 years.
We carry out physiologist-led services in echocardiography, including the valve clinic, and to implement new services, such as physiologist-led exercise stress echocardiography and TOE.
We would welcome applications from senior physiologists who are interested in developing such services and help us achieve our goal of BSE departmental accreditation. We could also consider development opportunities for more junior physiologists who wish to be trained in echocardiography to BSE standard with a view to progress to a more senior role within a 12-months period. Opportunities for research in cardiovascular imaging and other cardiac topics are strongly supported.
Specialist interests, such as paediatric echocardiography and Adult Congenital Heart Disease can be accommodated using our strong links with Oxford University Hospitals, with potential for cross-site working.
Please note that this post is subject to an initial probationary period on six months, extendable up to a period of 12 months. A DBS check may be required for new employees. MKUH promotes an inclusive workforce and are committed to equal opportunities, we proactively welcome applications from underrepresented groups in our community. Thank you for your interest in our Hospital.
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