ST1

Secondary care posts are split into two 6 month rotations and have been selected to best match GP specialty trainee learning needs that are recommended in the RCGP Curriculum Guide. All posts are split between Northern Care Alliance and Manchester University Foundation NHS Trusts.

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Paediatrics

Location: Royal Oldham Hospital OR North Manchester General Hospital

Hours: 40 per week 

Job Description:

Trainees will be part of a fast moving and hectic paediatric team, their duties will include assisting the acute paediatric ward; covering admissions, inpatients (including HDU) and an observation/assessment unit. Trainees will gain opportunities to complete newborn baby checks, attend outpatient clinics and mentoring from a clinical supervisor. 

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Urgent Care

Location: Rochdale Royal Infirmary

Hours: 40 per week 

Job Description: 

Trainee's main duties at this post will be split the majority of the time between the Urgent Care Centre (UCC) or Clinical Assessment Unit (CAU). Trainees will spend their time assessing, investigating and managing patients within these departments. All Trainees at post will have a GP or Consultant to provide direct supervision, and will have clinical exposure to community services.

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Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Location: St. Mary's Hospital, Manchester

Hours: 40 per week 

Job Description: 

Trainee's responsibilities at this post will include caring for inpatients on antenatal, postnatal and gynaecology ward; working on the Delivery Unit, Obstetric Triage and Emergency Gynaecology Unit; and attending elective Caesarean Section and Gynaecology operating lists. All trainees will have an Obstetrician and or Gynaecologist consultant to supervise them throughout their placement.