Forensic Medicine (Sexual Assault – Training programme) – Surrey
Mountain Healthcare Ltd is pleased to offer our new sexual assault training programme
Mountain Healthcare recognises that commitment to a specialist training post can be a big decision. However, we believe we can offer a specialist programme of development that will support you through your transition from a Senior House Officer. Part-time applications will be considered.
As part of the Forensic Medical Programme, Mountain Healthcare Ltd has developed a framework to develop key areas of knowledge and skills which will be invaluable in all specialties, especially A&E, GP, paediatrics, psychiatry, sexual health and of course, Forensic Medicine
As a Forensic Medical Examiner, you will learn through clinical placements and blended learning as well as receive further personal support with an allocated mentor. We will identify an individualised programme of education and exposure to clinical environments, providing opportunities for examinations, in addition to financial support whilst undertaking this post.
What makes this post different:
– Working in a unique environment which you were unlikely to experience in medical school
– Flexible rota prioritising educational and development activities
– 1:1 monthly supervision with allocated mentor
– After undergoing a successful first year, you will have the opportunity to continue to work in the forensic field as part of our team (salary competitive) and move on to our career development programme (see attached).
This programme predominantly covers Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs), with optional experience within Police Custody. Travel will be a requirement of this role.
Please see attached document for more information about this exciting new role.
If you want to be part of this exciting team, we look forward to hearing from you.
GMC Registration is required. Please note that we cannot support Work Visas.
Mountain Healthcare is committed to the safeguarding and promotion of welfare of children, young people and adults at risk. Therefore, all successful candidates will subject to pre-employment checks, including an Enhanced DBS Check, Police Vetting and 2 satisfactory employment references