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An exciting opportunity has arisen to work within a high volume, high quality Vascular service. We are looking to appoint two clinical fellows in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. These are new posts offering excellent experience working with eight surgeons and seven vascular interventional radiologists. The department enjoys an amicable and productive working relationship between surgical and endovascular consultants and has a very strong track history in education, training and research.

 

The Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has an annual budget of circa £561 million, employs over 8,000 staff and serves an extended population of 1.2 million. It is a designated Vascular, Major Trauma, Cancer and Cardiac Centre.

 

Our central population includes Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire with spokes in North Lincolnshire and Goole. We typically offer quaternary services to York and North Yorkshire. Overall our population is ranked as above average for deprivation and ill health. The prevalence of vascular disease and diabetes is above the levels seen across the UK population and the prevalence of diabetes has doubled in the last 10 years.

 

Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire is a fantastic place to live and work and has recently been named amongst the best places to live in the UK. Hull was the 2017 UK Capital of Culture.

 

The service is currently establishing a service development plan, with a view to significant expansion of staff and facilities to meet the growing needs of our population. The department offers a full Vascular and Endovascular Service 24 hours per day. The scope of practice includes all aspects of Vascular and Endovascular, including level 4 work and has been designated as a Vascular centre from 2012. There is also a comprehensive and high volume renal access practice in place. Sub-specialisation in an area of interest will be supported where professionally and clinically appropriate.

 

The Department of Vascular Surgery is a Trust-wide service based at Hull Royal Infirmary. The Department has a 30 bedded inpatient ward with rehabilitation facilities. There is a dedicated open surgical theatre with planned emergency session in a second theatre and emergency availability in a further two to three theatres when required. The service currently has 15 inpatient surgical operating sessions and 5 day surgery sessions supported by daily outpatient clinics and minor surgical outpatient facilities. There is a three room interventional radiology suite, including one hybrid suite and there are plans for a further hybrid suite in Vascular Surgical theatres. The department has a vascular laboratory offering duplex ultrasound and exercise physiology including CPEX with access to treadmill, conventional and hand bikes.

 

There are specialist clinics in renal access surgery, diabetic foot disease and minimally invasive venous surgery. The department has spoke clinics in Beverley, Driffield, Grimsby, Pocklington and Scunthorpe. There are weekly general vascular MDT meetings and a weekly specialist aortic intervention MDT meeting

 

The East Yorkshire and Humber AAA Screening programme, part of the National Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme, is based at Hull Royal Infirmary and has been in operation since January 2011. The programme provides screening for all men in their 65th year from the Humberside, East Yorkshire, North & North East Lincolnshire areas. From April 2012 the screening population was extended to incorporate the North Yorkshire, York and Selby localities.

 

The Academic Vascular Surgical Unit is an active research and teaching department integrally involved with the Hull York Medical School at all year levels. The research capability is undergoing expansion with investment in two Senior Lecturers and the development of new research programmes and collaborations. There are a wide range of trials active at any one time and a successful candidate would be expected to support successful recruitment to research programmes.

 

Applicants should be enthusiastic, hard working, capable and reliable. Please see the person specifications for the detailed requirements. The successful applicant will be expected to take part in a 1 in 6 non resident on call emergency rota. Fellows will be supervised and supported by a consultant at all times. Each Fellow will be allocated an educational and clinical supervisor to support their development, appraisal and revalidation.

 

Please include in the additional information section of the application form; the name of your current responsible officer, their contact details and your date of revalidation