Ricerca personale medico per il Regno Unito

29 Luglio 2013

Come da cortese richiesta pervenutaci dalla Medical Europe, agenzia specializzata nella ricerca e selezione di personale medico per il Regno Unito, si rende noto che la stessa ha chiesto all’Ordine di diffondere la ricerca urgente di:

– 22 Anestesisti
– 11 Pediatri
– 20 Medici disponibili per il RMO Resident Medical Officer**
– 2 Radiologi
– 7 Medici per Medicina Generale.

Qui di seguito le informazioni fornite all’Ordine.

Contratto iniziale temporaneo di 6/12 mesi con possibile trasformazione a indeterminato. Retribuzione variabile in funzione della esperienza.
Buona conoscenza della lingua inglese. Per tutte le poszioni sono richiesti minimo 4 anni di esperienza.
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**Descrizione posizione RMO

Resident Medical Officer (RMO)
The job description of an RMO varies depending on individual needs of our client hospitals, but the main task include:

– risk management,
– assessing changes in the patient’s condition,
– initiating emergency treatment and informing the consultant immediately
– the RMO is also expected to act as a team leader in a cardiac arrest situation.

RMO Duties and Responsibilities


– to be familiar with the location and use of emergency equipment
– to demonstrate competency in adult and paediatric life support
– to respond immediately to clinical emergencies / lead the resuscitation team
– in an emergency situation undertake emergency investigations and procedures in accordance with hospital policy and as directed by the patients Consultant

Ward Duties

– be present and contactable within hospital premises at all times
– to clerk and assess patients on admission according to the hospital policy
– to maintain individual contact with patients, carrying out ward rounds and other duties detailed by the individual hospital
– to attend communication (handover) rounds as required
– to update clinical notes on all patients attended according to best practice for record keeping
– to respond promptly to the request of all medical staff
(Consultants and other doctors, nurses) to see any patients within the hospital and to advise or start any treatment as indicated
– undertake specific medical procedures on patients within all departments in the hospital as requested by medical and nursing staff: cannulation, commencing i.v infusions, urinary catheterisations, administration of i.v drugs, ECG, phlebotomy, etc.
– to check blood sample results and take necessary actions
– to assist with pre-operative /admission and outpatient clinics, if requested
– to prescribe medicines to take home and complete discharge letters as requested according to local policies
– before going off duty ensure written appropriate communication to the oncoming RMO specifying any requirements of individual patients

Responsibility to Consultants

– inform Consultants of any change in the condition of their patients and any emergency procedures undertaken
– in a “routine situation” initiate requests and treatments with the prior consent of the patient’s Consultant
– in the event of death of a patient inform the Consultant, and the patient’s GP (if the Consultant is unable to do so)
– advise the Consultant immediately who threatens to discharge themselves against medical/nursing advice
– see and examine discharged post-operative patients, on requests of the consultant

Other duties

– RMOs must not routinely perform the role of surgical assistant in the Operating Department, but are required to respond in the event of an urgent/emergency situation
– dispense drugs from the pharmacy as required following the local hospital policy
– to examine a sick/injured member of hospital staff and offer appropriate advice in respect of treatment
– RMO’s are expected to look smart and presentable at all times, wearing a white coat and a name badge when attending patients

Administrative Duties

– comply with the hospital consent and confidentiality policy maintain comprehensive clerking notes and treatment records for all patients
– read understand and adhere to hospital policies and procedures
– complete hospital administrative documentation as required
– ensure correct procedures are carried out in respect of patients discharging themselves, deaths in care and coroner’s requirements

Health and Safety and Quality Assurance

– be familiar, understand and adhere to all Health and Safety regulations including evacuation policy and the RMO’s role in such an event
– participate/assist/attend in-house trainings and scenarios as requested. This may include: fire safety, infection control, manual handling, blood transfusion etc.
– be aware of the promotion of effective customer care and public relations in order to promote the good reputation of the hospital

Ultimo aggiornamento

29 Luglio 2013, 12:39