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Consultant Psychiatrist – PICU / Acute Services
Full Time (part time / full time / flexible working will be considered)
Salary: Total package up to £150,000 depending on experience
Suitable for an experienced Consultant or someone due to complete their CCT in the next 6 months.
St Andrew’s is a not for profit Charity - we have no shareholders and any surplus we make is ploughed straight back into our services. We are part of the Specialist Provider Collaboratives in the East and West Midlands and are a member of the East Midlands Alliance. Our services in Northampton, set in 150 plus acres of woodland greenery are spread across 5 Divisions – Medium Secure, Low Secure and Specialist Rehabilitation, Learning Disability and Autism, Neuropsychiatry and CAMHS. We have a number of unique specialist national services including our Deaf Forensic Service, Huntington’s Service, Secure Brain Injury Service, Older Adults Secure Services, Blended Women’s Service (one of 3 National Pilots) and a specialist inpatient DBT service.
Make a difference – for yourself and your patients!
Why join St Andrew’s
Pension, 32 days of Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays and your birthday off, free parking, sickness policy on par with the NHS, secretarial support and more
PICU / Acute Service
Our aim is to provide high-quality assessment, care and treatment, helping patients to progress to the least restrictive setting by equipping them with the skills required to live as independently as possible, closer to communities of their choosing.
Our teams are multi-disciplinary, with extensive knowledge, skills and experience of working with services like below and therefore we are looking to speak with Consultant Psychiatrists who have an interest in working within PICU / Acute services we have set up that will work alongside our existing PICU services and teams too.
We include patients in planning their care, valuing and embracing each individual’s unique qualities.
Our teams use compassion to be inclusive, motivated, open and honest. We are focused on outcomes and value by driving continuous improvements for our patients and treating everyone with equal respect, trust and dignity.
If you would like to be part of working with an innovative and dynamic team; be able to develop and deliver up to date treatments; and work in a supportive environment then this is the place for you! This will be a personally and professionally rewarding role. The post-holder will be able to undertake non-clinical activities of interest e.g. research, teaching, governance and management - in an innovative way, and influence the direction of services in order for them to attain the best outcomes for our patients.
You will lead a multi-disciplinary team and oversee the management of patients with often complex needs. You will be able to promote innovation and improvement of services, with scope to develop your specialist interests and grow your remit and responsibilities. You will have an office and the support of an associate specialist as ward doctor and a full MDT including Clinical Administrators and Personal Assistants dedicated to your wards and service.
We are looking for an individual who wants a role where they have the autonomy to make decisions that will help improve patient care and outcomes and has a passion about transforming care. Someone who wants to join an organisation and be a leader of a team who also shares this passion.
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