Fancy a change of scenery? Our doctors have challenging careers and a work-life balance like nowhere else.
We are expanding our physician team to help deliver 7-day services.
We’re flexible about the career you want to have in North Devon and we would love to hear from you if you are trained in general internal medicine with one of the following specialities: cardiology, respiratory, gastroenterology, stroke/care of the elderly, acute medicine or diabetes/endocrinology. We would also welcome interest from applicants with another speciality.
Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust is expanding its Anaesthesia and Critical Care Services.
We are seeking general anaesthetists with a subspecialty interest to complement the department.
The successful applicants will join a team of 18 consultants, three SAS doctors, eight specialty grades, two simulation fellows and nine core trainees to provide comprehensive anaesthesia and critical care services for northern Devon.
Our clinicians maintain a broad spectrum of clinical skills and have a work-life balance like nowhere else.
We are looking for middle/SAS grade doctors in emergency medicine to join our top-performing emergency department team.
Our doctors have challenging careers and a work-life balance like nowhere else. At work, they’re part of a supportive team, in busy roles that deliver everything you would want from a career in emergency medicine. In their spare time, they are out surfing, walking, cycling and enjoying the most amazing scenery that Devon has to offer, with beautiful beaches just a stone’s throw away from the hospital.
We think that Devon is a fabulous place to live, but don’t just take our word for it. Devon is consistently voted one of the best places to live in England and readers of Country Life believe that people living in Devon enjoy a better quality of life than anywhere else in England.
Come along to our Open Day, representatives of our award winning Trust will be on hand to discuss the Nursing opportunities across our organisation. We have posts available within the Hospitals, both acute and community, and within the Community Nursing services, serving the patient in their own home.