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Applications are invited for a Junior Specialist Doctor to work at Higher level (equivalent to ST3+) within the Sexual Health team.
The HIV medicine Department at UHB is the largest in the West Midlands, with over one thousand HIV infected patients at all stages of their disease. The GU Medicine / Sexual Health department (Umbrella Sexual Health Service) is an integrated service for the whole of Birmingham, and has approximately 100,000 patient episodes per annum. The department has an active clinical R&D portfolio and audit programme.
The sexual health service provided by UHB is called Umbrella and provides an innovative, holistic and fully integrated sexual health service to the population of Birmingham and Solihull (combined population approximately 1.3 million).
Umbrella provides both clinical service delivery and health promotion. The clinical service includes both sexual health clinics operated directly by UHB (all of which are fully integrated to provide both STI testing and treatment, and provision of contraception) and provision of services in primary care (by general medical practitioners and community pharmacists) through a formal sub-contracting process.
The Department runs clinical sessions Monday to Friday (09.00–20.00), Saturday (10.00 – 15.00) and Sunday (nurse-led clinic).
The post holder will be one of the doctors managing HIV patients (in and outpatients setting, based at the newly built Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), as well as GU medicine and integrated sexual health clinics based at Whittall Street Clinic in Birmingham City Centre, and various satellite clinics.
The post is full-time and includes non-resident on call for HIV patients (to be discussed with Clinical Service Lead). The post holder is expected to undertake between 7-8 clinical sessions per week; 1-2 HIV clinic at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (HIV) and 5-6 GUM clinics at Whittall Street Clinic (GUM). This includes at least two evening clinical sessions during the weekdays (till 7pm). The rest of time will be devoted to management of HIV patients’ results, CPD, teaching, and audit.
For further details regarding the post contact Dr Nicola Thorley, Consultant Sexual Health and HIV or Dr Kaveh Manavi, Consultant, Clinical Lead for the HIV service, on 0121 237 5719 or email to ( Email address removed ) or ( Email address removed )
Please submit an online application, ensuring you attach a copy of your CV.
All posts involving access to persons in receipt of health services will be subject to a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check. However, having a criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working with us; this will depend on the nature of the position and the circumstances of your offences.
Disabled applicants, in line with our commitment to the Disability Confident Scheme, will be guaranteed an interview where they meet the essential criteria and declare their disabled status. The Trust will accept applications in other formats where applicants have disabilities that require a reasonable adjustment for them to be able to apply for vacancies; consideration in respect of additional time for postage/delivery time etc will be given.
Staff recruited from outside of the NHS will usually be appointed at the bottom of the pay band.
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University Hospitals Birmingham is a Stonewall Diversity Champion and aims to achieve positive change for LGBTQ+ people by creating an inclusive, inspiring and equal environment for both staff and service users.
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