The Resident Doctor plays a crucial role within the NHS.
If Consultants can be considered as working Independent Practitioners, the hospital requires member of the medical team who are a permenant presence to provide continuous patient care. This is the role of the Resident Doctor.
Resident Doctors will typically work primarily with the surgical inpatients, conducting ward rounds and ensuring that all patients are well looked after. Any changes in a patient’s condition are discussed with the consultant and appropriate further treatment agreed.
Whether you are interested in a locum position or a permenant position, Pertemps Medical have a team of dedicated specialists for the Resident Medical Officer position.
Why Choose Pertemps Medical?
We have access to all major NHS Framework Agreements as well as multiple Private Sector Hospitals, therefore, we are able to source work from all corners of the UK.
With a combined experience of over 15 years, the RMO team have all the tools and expertise to find you your perfect role. Tailoring job offers for each candidate and finely tuning specific roles, the RMO team, go above and beyond to ensure you are treated with respect as an individual and given only honest advice on how to develop your career. With a wealth of experience between them, you could not be in safer hands when trying to find your next role.
The Role of a Resident Medical Officer - Produced by the NHS