Are you interested in developing a special interest in headaches?
Would you like to have up to 40 minutes to spend with your patients?
National Migraine Centre is a nationally renowned medical charity for the management of Headache and Migraine. The medical team is led by Dr. Bal Athwal, consultant neurologist with a specialist interest in headache.
We are looking for a doctor to work for a minimum of 2 sessions a week. Each session is 4-hours, new online slots patients appointments are 40 minutes, follow up appointments 20 minutes.
We welcome people from a GP or Reproductive Health background who have a whole patient approach to the delivery of patient care. Neurological experience is desirable together with an interest in migraine and other primary headaches. An interest in Contraceptive Medicine and Mental Health would complete the picture of our ideal candidate. We will provide the training necessary to deliver the Clinic’s well-known service.
The salary is circa £10,400 per annum inclusive of London weighting (based on 2 sessions per week).
Although we are not part of the NHS, we do provide access to the NHS Pension Scheme.
A full job specification can be seen here.
CLOSING DATE: 10am 12th December 2016
INTERVIEW DATE: Morning 13th December 2016
Please visit our website: www.nationalmigrainecentre.org.uk for more information about the charity and our work or contact Heather Sim, CEO on 020 7251 7805.
To apply please email the following to Heather Sim:
1. A covering letter, briefly stating why you would like this post
2. A copy of your CV
3. Names and contact details of 2 referees.
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Dr Bal Athwal BSC MSC MBCHB FRCP is the Clinical lead of National Migraine Centre. He is also a consultant neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Hospital. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh NHS. His interests include general neurology, headache and migraine, stroke and TIA, dizziness and balance.
Dr Jud Pearson MBChB MRCS MRCGP DFSRH works as a headache specialist at National Migraine Centre. She qualified from Glasgow University in 1997 and worked as a general surgeon in Scotland and Australia. Jud also works as a GP in South West London.
Dr Marcus Lewis MA MBBS MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG trained at Oxford University and at University College London. He works as a headache specialist in National Migraine Centre one day a week and as a GP at a busy inner London practice for the rest of the week.
Dr Nazeli Manukyan MD MRCP MRCGP works as a headache specialist at National Migraine Centre. She completed her degree and specialised in Neurology in Armenia and in general practice in the UK. She works as a GP in Surrey.
Prof Paul Booton BSc(hons), MB, BS, FRCP, MRCGP is Professor of General Practice and Primary Care at St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London. He has worked in Suffolk and Hong Kong and now continues to work part time in general practice, through which his interest in headache has developed. He was appointed to the National Migraine Centre in 2011.
Dr Katy Munro BM MRCGP DRCOG works as a headache specialist at the National Migraine Centre. She graduated from the University of Southampton. She was a partner in an NHS Practice for 24 years. She now works as an independent GP. Her special interests are migraine, chronic pain, mental health problems and bereavement care.
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