The following posts are available:
- Registrar in Chemical Pathology - commences July 2017 (Maternity Leave Cover)
- Registrar in Immunology - commences July 2017
Applications can be made by emailing a copy of your CV to email@example.com by Friday 28th April 2017. All applicants must be registered with The Irish Medical Council.
- Registrar in Infectious Diseases - post available from 10th May 2017 to 9th July 2017
Applications can be made by emailing a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 7th May 2017. All applicants must be registered with The Irish Medical Council.
Working in our Emergency Department - Dr Peadar Gilligan, Consultant in Emergency Medicine
Beaumont Hospital Emergency Department is a core and higher Specialist Training Emergency Medicine Department and has been for many years. We have an active Teaching Programme at Registrar and Senior House Officer level. We have an active Research and Audit Programme which involves the support of doctors in their performance of research studies. We have a significant publication portfolio. We currently provide training for Emergency Medicine, Medical and General Practice Trainees as well as education for nursing, radiography and allied health professional staff. We have amongst the best developed difficult airway trolleys in the country in the Emergency Department. The hospital has a national reputation in Emergency Medicine, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, ENT and Respiratory Medicine but to name a few. As a Department we have been able to assist many doctors in developing their careers and this is an important aspect of the work of the Consultant Group in Beaumont Hospital Emergency Department.
Working in Medicine - Dr Karen Burns, Lead NCHD, Medicine
For me, working in Beaumont alongside experts in medical and surgical fields has been fulfilling and inspiring. It's a busy hospital with challenges, but the varied workload is engaging, and the training I have received has fine-tuned my clinical skills. I have had a positive experience here as an SHO and SpR, and the focus on postgraduate medical training and tutorials was valuable.
Working in Neurosurgery - Dr John Duddy, Lead NCHD, Surgery
Beaumont Hospital is the National Neurosurgical Centre in Ireland, covering 20 of the 26 counties in the Republic. It is a busy unit with 11 consultants covering all neurosurgical subspecialties. Working in this unit, you will gain experience in Paediatric Neurosurgery, Trauma, Skull base & Vascular surgery, Neuro-oncology, Epilepsy surgery, and Complex Spine surgery. You will gain hands-on experience in managing patients in the neuro-intensive care unit. There is daily neuroradiology teaching led by the Senior Registrar. There are also dedicated weekly Neuro-oncology and Neurovascular meetings where you will learn about imaging and patient management. This is a busy but exciting job which offers many learning opportunities for doctors interested in neurosurgery but would also be of value to those who intend to practice in critical care, paediatrics, general surgery, trauma & orthopaedics, and neurology.