Consultant in Radiology - Breast

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Job DescriptionConsultant in Radiology Sub specialist interest in Breast The salary is £82,699 to £109,849 p.a. for 40 hours per week. NHS Scotland - Southern Scotland An opportunity has arisen to work at a great Scottish Health Board to work as a Consultant in Radiology. You would be working at a state of the facility built with patient flow in mind and each patient has their own room with en-suite facilities. Most of the wards open out onto gardens within the hospital and there are socialisation spaces and seating areas for employees. There is a real community in the hospital and it has such a friendly and calm vibe. There is a Sanctuary that can be used for mediation and prayer. Consultants working at the hospital have their own office which they may share with another Consultant.The main aspects of the role will include:• CT and MR Reporting• Ultrasound Scanning• Plain Image Reporting• Clinical Audit• Weekly Multi disciplinary meetings• A subspecialty interest in Breast Radiology is a requirement for this post.Requirements include:• Full GMC registration with a licence to practice• Specialist registration would be ideal• FRCR or equivalentIf you are interested in this great opportunity, please do not hesitate to get in contact with the team on  Qualifications
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Consultant in Radiology - Breast
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