Consultant in Reproductive Medicine
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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27 Highfield Road
Birmingham, B15 3DP
Consultant in Reproductive Medicine/Fertility Specialist – Full Time
CARE Fertility is one of the UK’s largest independent providers of fertility treatment, genetic diagnosis and screening techniques and associated fertility preservation procedures. CARE Birmingham is a state-of-the-art clinic and since opening has quickly became the region’s best Fertility Clinic.
In the 20 years since we began, our teams have worked to pioneer more effective fertility treatments and support more patients than ever before, introducing techniques like CAREmaps and chromosome screening that can help improve our patients’ chances of successes. Our outstanding results are a reflection of our commitment to giving patients their very best chance.
We have an opportunity for an experienced Consultant in Reproductive Medicine / Fertility Specialist to join our clinical team at CARE Birmingham on a full-time basis. However, applicants looking for part time hours of not less than 30 hours per week are welcome to apply.
You will have experience of performing standard IVF procedures and a record of delivering excellent results. We will provide training on more complex treatment pathways as necessary. You will be self-motivated, with a desire to continually develop yourself and contribute to the advancement of the clinical programmes and the success of the business. This is a clinical post, however, a research interest and active participation in audit is encouraged.
You should have full registration with the GMC and be post MRCOG (or equivalent). Experience in Fertility and Assisted conception treatment is essential.
A competitive package is on offer. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the post informally and in the strictest confidence with Rima Rajkhowa, Medical Director on (0) 121 455 9334 or via email [email protected]
To apply please email your CV and covering letter to Angela Regan, HR Director at [email protected]
This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure with the DBS.