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Locum Specialist Registrar (SPR) Diabetes – Lancashire

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Locum Specialist Registrar (SPR) Diabetes – Lancashire

Reference: 23474
Date posted: 10.07.2024
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Lancashire
Temporary/ locum
£65.00 - £75.00
Specialism
Medicine
Sub specialism
Acute
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Are you a skilled and dedicated Specialist Registrar (SPR) in Diabetes seeking a new challenge?

Pulse is thrilled to present an excellent opportunity for a Specialist Registrar (SPR) in Lancashire to cover Diabetes on Monday to Friday from 09:00am -17:00pm. This dynamic role has an immediate start date for a duration of 3 months with a possibility of extension, including 3-4 PAs plus administration duties in Diabetes clinics.

As a Diabetes Specialist Registrar (SPR), you will play a pivotal role in providing high-quality care to patients across the specialty. You will have the opportunity to lead a multidisciplinary team, contribute to the development of clinical services, and deliver expert medical care to a diverse patient population.

We are seeking a proactive and experienced individual with a passion for Diabetes care. The ideal candidate will possess strong clinical skills, excellent leadership abilities, and a commitment to delivering patient-centered care. Previous experience in Diabetes is highly desirable, along with excellent communication and teamwork skills.

At Pulse, we recognise the importance of dedicated healthcare professionals who are committed to making a difference. If you are ready to embrace a challenging yet rewarding role, we invite you to join us in our mission to provide exceptional care to patients in Lancashire.

We are seeking experienced individuals who possess a strong clinical background in Diabetes and a genuine passion for patient care. As a Specialist Registrar (SPR) in Diabetes, you will have the opportunity to utilise your skills and expertise to positively impact the lives of those in need.

Requirements:

  • GMC Registration
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Relevant experience as a Specialist Registrar (SPR) in Diabetes.

Benefits of working with Pulse:

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Daily and weekly payroll services
  • Revalidation and appraisal services
  • Access to CPD events & training courses
  • Access to exclusive locum opportunities with more preferred supplier contracts than anyone else
  • Rewarding recommendation and loyalty schemes

Desired skills encompass independence, effective decision making, strong communication abilities (including delivering difficult news), efficient time management, and knowledge of risk management, job planning, and appraisal review processes.

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If you feel your expertise is suited to this role, please apply today and our specialist team will be in touch to discuss it with you in more detail.

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