Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
· Types of job
General paediatrics, level 2 neonates and Community paediatrics.
Consultants have special interests in diabetes, CF, Cardiology, epilepsy, allergy
· Size of department
One paediatric ward, children’s admission unit, postnatal ward and neonatal unit.
· Rota intensity/frequency of shifts
Average. One registrar (tier 2 trainee) and one SHO (tier 1 trainee) overnight. There is a twilight (12-21.30) shift as well as nights and weekends.
· How busy is job – average
Usually have foundation doctor or physicians associate and an Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioner as well as an SHO and a registrar during the day. One registrar and one SHO overnight.
· Positive points
APresence of APNPs, ANNPs and PAs which helps with taking annual leave/study leave and general staffing with a good skill mix.
Interesting patient group covers wide area so get to see lots of variety.
Opportunities to attend satellite clinics and other specialist clinics
Average driving commute from Liverpool centre rush hour v out of hours
From around 1h10min to 1hr 40min
· Public transport
Crewe station is a 20 minute (3.5miles) cycle from the hospital (or around 30 minutes on number 6 bus). Crewe is 35-45 minutes train from Liverpool Lime street.
· Cycle facilities
These are available.
This is available
· Rota coordinator contact details
Dr Sarah Pyper/ Emma Murtagh
· Any special interests particularly catered to?
There are satellite clinics for genetics, cardiology, surgery, urology, orthopaedics, gastroenterology, neurology