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Wales,

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Posted 3 days ago

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South East England,

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Posted 4 days ago

£50 - £70 Per Hour

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East London, Greater London

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Posted 5 days ago

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South East England,

Ref Resourcing Team 14490

Posted 13 days ago

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South East England,

Ref Resourcing Team 14315

Posted 16 days ago

£50 - £70 Per Hour

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East Anglia, East Anglia

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Posted around 1 month ago

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East Anglia,

Ref Resourcing Team 11492

Posted around 4 months ago

£50 - £70 Per Hour

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South East England,

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Posted around 1 month ago

£50 - £70 Per Hour

Full Time, Contract

East Anglia, East Anglia

Ref Resourcing Team 13434

Posted around 1 month ago

£50 - £70 Per Hour

Full Time, Contract

Wales,

Ref Resourcing Team 10857

Posted around 5 months ago

Frequently Asked Questions:

How many Speciality Doctor jobs are available on Pertemps?

There are 1959 Speciality Doctor jobs available on Pertemps right now.

What does a Speciality Doctor do?

Tasks required include:

  • Administers medical tests and inoculations against communicable diseases.
  • Diagnoses condition and prescribes and/or administers appropriate treatment/surgery.
  • Examines patient, arranges for any necessary x-rays or other tests and interprets results.
  • Performs specialist medical tasks such as surgery, anaesthetisation and diagnostic or interventional radiology.
  • Prepares and delivers lectures, undertakes research, and conducts and participates in clinical trials.
  • Provides specialist advice to generalist medical practitioners or other specialists.
  • Supervises patient’s progress and advises on diet, exercise and other preventative action.
  • Takes overall responsibility for, supervises and directs the implementation of care and treatment plans by other healthcare providers.
What are the entry requirements for a Speciality Doctor?

Entrants require a university degree from a medical school recognised by the General Medical Council followed by two years of pre-registration training as a house officer, and further postgraduate training in a chosen speciality. Some medical schools operate graduate entry schemes.