We’re investing in vital services -
come and be part of our plans
We have Consultant opportunities for
individuals keen to lead improvements
in care and service change:
- Acute medicine
- Diabetes and endocrinology
- Emergency medicine
- Respiratory medicine
At Chesterfield Royal Hospital it’s an exciting time for our
medicine and emergency care division. We’re investing in its
services, with a full portfolio designed to provide the best
possible care for our patients and our communities.
In the last two years multi-million pound building schemes
have already changed the face of cancer care and
endoscopy - and we’re now embarking on a project set to
extend and improve our Emergency Department and its
associated critical services. With support from Derbyshire’s
health and care partners it’s the next step in a long-term
commitment to develop urgent care, integrate primary care
and to only admit patients to hospital when it’s absolutely
necessary. Not to be left behind, our medical out-patient
departments are also undergoing something of a makeover,
to make sure patients coming for appointments have a
warm welcome and improved experience.
Growing our team
With this level of development - and our determination
to meet high-standards and the demands of a seven day
service - we’re growing our medical team with these
Consultant posts. We’re looking for colleagues who will
join us in championing and leading changes that will make
a real difference to patient care, our hospital’s services and
On the Peak District’s doorstep
You’ll work out of a modern hospital that’s situated on a
greenfield site, which has benefitted from more than
£120 million of investment over the last ten years.
Providing care to more than 400,000 people across North
Derbyshire, you’ll be working on the doorstep to the Peak
District. The famed national park, with its steep limestone
valleys, grit stone ridges and stark moorlands, offers a
host of beautiful towns and villages to live in - alongside
a fantastic array of pastimes from cycling to climbing;
rambling and rafting.
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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Further details / informal visits contact
Hal Spencer, Divisional Director via switchboard 01246 277271