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Clinical Director-Urgent Primary Care
5-6 management sessions per week, including protected CPD session
plus 3-4 clinical sessions
This post is fixed term for up to 3 years, subject to satisfactory formal review at 12 months
Attractive salary package linked to job plan
Do you have what it takes to lead the delivery of modernised Urgent Primary Care where the NHS was conceived?
We are seeking an exceptional clinical leader with professional stature to lead the delivery of Urgent Primary Care (GP Out of Hours Service) in Gwent.
We can offer you a unique learning environment where you can make a real difference. This is because we are one of the largest NHS organisations in the United Kingdom with integrated Public Health, Primary, Community, Mental Health and Secondary Care, serving a population of 600,000 in South East Wales. There are over 1000 hospital and general practice doctors, 6,000 nurses, midwives, allied professionals and community workers. You will have opportunities to collaborate with wide range of internal and external teams and individuals and where you will be recognised for the contribution you make.
As Clinical Director you will be expected to provide leadership within the Directorate, ensuring that high quality patient care remains the highest priority. You will support the development of multidisciplinary working and the introduction of the 111 service. You will offer visible leadership by Working with the Divisional Director, Deputy Medical Director and other members of the Directorate Management Team, you will take responsibility for quality and patient safety the achievement of performance targets and the efficient deployment of the Directorate resources. You will foster the professional development of clinicians working in the service and be attentive to your own professional development You will be a good communicator, have a keen interest in management issues and will enjoy the challenge of leading and driving forward the Directorate’s strategic agenda.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is committed to encouraging and offering excellent personal and professional development opportunities.
Closing date for applications: midnight on 22nd July 2018
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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If you would like further information or to have an informal discussion about this opportunity, please contact:
Sian Millar, Divisional Director, Tel: 01495 241220 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Liam Taylor, Deputy Medical Director Tel: 01495 241220 (email@example.com)