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Senior Echocardiographer

Walsall Manor Hospital

Cardiac Physiologist specialist in echo



Are you an enthusiastic, self-motivated current Band 6/7 Cardiac Physiologist with strong echocardiography skills? We are currently seeking a suitably experienced echocardiographer to join our team at Walsall Manor Hospital. We are a busy department performing a range of echo modalities including 2D/3D transthoracic and transoesophageal echo, Pharmacological and physiological stress echocardiography.
We feel it is important to invest time in continuingly training Physiologists and Doctors. There is weekly Echo in-house Multi-disciplinary meeting held by the echo team. There are In house echo training sessions. We are in the process of setting up Physiologist-led specialist imaging services including Physiologist-led valve clinic, use of LVO and performing physiological stress echo.
The Cardiology Department is part of a multi-discipline Clinical Measurement Unit in a busy community/acute integrated District General Hospital. The department is situated in a purpose-built unit providing a wide range of services including ECGs, ambulatory ECG and BP monitoring, Exercise ECG including Myoview, 5 Echo Systems with Echopac data storage and analysis system, Pacemaker implant and follow-up including ICDs and CRTs, Angiography and Treadmill Doppler Studies.
Applicants for this post must have current TTE accreditation (or equivalent) or should be working towards their accreditation. They should also have experience of all Cardiological procedures, together with a relevant professional qualification and BLS2/ILS/ALS. Opportunities are available to further develop your skills.
The department has offered support for a number of years to the regional training scheme and are actively involved in delivering the degree programmes at Wolverhampton University and STP programme at Newcastle and Manchester Universities

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust is an integrated health care organisation based in the West Midlands predominantly serving almost 280,000 residents in the borough of Walsall and the surrounds. We provide a comprehensive range of hospital and community healthcare services and over the past 4 years have worked hard to provide integrated packages of care to enable more patients to be cared for closer to their own homes. Our geographical position in the West Midlands has meant that we have seen more patients choosing to use our services from the Stafford area following the reconfiguration of services at the former Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

For further information please contact Gurpal Bhogal, Cardiology Head, Clinical Measurement Unit, Walsall Manor Hospital, Moat Road, Walsall WS2 9PS. Tel Are you an enthusiastic, self-motivated current Band 6/7 Cardiac Physiologist with strong echocardiography skills? We are currently seeking a suitably experienced echocardiographer to join our team at Walsall Manor Hospital. We are a busy department performing a range of echo modalities including 2D/3D transthoracic and transoesophageal echo, Pharmacological and physiological stress echocardiography.
We feel it is important to invest time in continuingly training Physiologists and Doctors. There is weekly Echo in-house Multi-disciplinary meeting held by the echo team. There are In house echo training sessions. We are in the process of setting up Physiologist-led specialist imaging services including Physiologist-led valve clinic, use of LVO and performing physiological stress echo.
The Cardiology Department is part of a multi-discipline Clinical Measurement Unit in a busy community/acute integrated District General Hospital. The department is situated in a purpose-built unit providing a wide range of services including ECGs, ambulatory ECG and BP monitoring, Exercise ECG including Myoview, 5 Echo Systems with Echopac data storage and analysis system, Pacemaker implant and follow-up including ICDs and CRTs, Angiography and Treadmill Doppler Studies.
Applicants for this post must have current TTE accreditation (or equivalent) or should be working towards their accreditation. They should also have experience of all Cardiological procedures, together with a relevant professional qualification and BLS2/ILS/ALS. Opportunities are available to further develop your skills.
The department has offered support for a number of years to the regional training scheme and are actively involved in delivering the degree programmes at Wolverhampton University and STP programme at Newcastle and Manchester Universities

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust is an integrated health care organisation based in the West Midlands predominantly serving almost 280,000 residents in the borough of Walsall and the surrounds. We provide a comprehensive range of hospital and community healthcare services and over the past 4 years have worked hard to provide integrated packages of care to enable more patients to be cared for closer to their own homes. Our geographical position in the West Midlands has meant that we have seen more patients choosing to use our services from the Stafford area following the reconfiguration of services at the former Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

For further information please contact Gurpal Bhogal, Cardiology Head, Clinical Measurement Unit, Walsall Manor Hospital, Moat Road, Walsall WS2 9PS. Tel 01922 656583.

Email: gurpal.bhogal@walsallhealthcare.nhs.uk