Improving the outcomes for people affected by cancer and haematological conditions in Lincolnshire remains a priority for acute services across the region, with a comprehensive strategy in place for continuous improvement that reflects local challenges.Following expansion of the service in Boston, we are now looking for a Consultant Haematologist to join the department for clinical and laboratory haematology, which supports the investigation, diagnosis and treatment of haematological conditions (haemato-oncology, general haematology, and haemostasis/thrombosis) to BCSH Level 2a using state-of-the-art methodology.In addition to General Haematology, we can accommodate consultants with special interests in:
Haemostasis / ThrombosisMyelomaLymphoma
While the department is closely involved with the Cancer Services division, haemostasis specialists will also support the county’s haemophilia and (potentially) obstetrics services.In terms of location, Lincolnshire scores highly when it comes to education from nursery through to secondary school and has a growing university culture.Lincolnshire offers an attractive choice of pretty, rural villages or, for those who prefer urban living, there is a choice of the City of Lincoln (which has a rich history, dating back to pre-Roman origins) or the traditional market towns of Stamford, Grantham, Boston, Newark and Louth.The property market offers high-quality housing at attractive prices, and an established construction industry offers competitive pricing to develop your own dream property.
London is easily accessible via mainline train services from all surrounding areas.
Relocation support can be discussed.The job plan for this role encompasses 10 sessions per week, plus an additional 1 PA for on-call commitments, involving haematological care for both inpatients and outpatients as well as laboratory responsibilities.
Additional duties will include the investigation and advice on the management of patients with haematological problems from other areas, such as paediatric and bone marrow biopsy services.You will be primarily based in Boston, with travel to Lincoln required for formal departmental meetings and some on-call duties. Person specification:
MRCP (UK) or equivalentFRCPath or equivalentFull GMC and Specialist registration
Relocation expenses payable (terms and conditions apply)Annual leave allowance starting at 202.5 hours plus bank holidays, increasing with length of serviceFunding and protected time for CPDEnhanced pension schemeRecognition and reward schemesChildcare vouchersAccess to healthcare worker retail & leisure discount schemesSalary sacrifice schemesCar lease and sourcing schemesEnhanced package for health and wellbeing support