If you relish a challenge, have a passion to help others or simply fancy a fresh start, then Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) North Wales, has all the right ingredients. The largest health organisation in Wales, providing a full range of primary, community, mental health, acute and elective hospital services for a population of around 700,000, across North Wales . Join our team and get the support you need, in line with our Organisational Values and ‘Proud to Lead’ competence framework.
Enjoy being part of working with engaged leadership at all levels, and be assured we are committed to promoting equality and diversity, and are proud to welcome applicants under the “Disability Confident Employer” scheme. We also offer a number of family-friendly benefits, including childcare voucher schemes, work-life balance policies and on-site crèche facilities.
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Applications may be submitted in Welsh. Applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.
BCUHB are looking to recruit additional Clinical Lead GP(s) for Transgender Prescribing to join our current Gender Service in North Wales due to increased referrals to the service.
This post will be attractive to GPs who can practice with cultural sensitivity and patient centred care. They should be accepting and supportive of gender diverse populations. The service offers gender-affirming treatment that may be complex to the clinician without prior experience but full support will be provided by the Health Board local gender team and more widely by the gender specialists based in the Welsh Gender Service in Cardiff. The GP should have confidence in their organisational abilities to ensure referrals, investigations and results are actioned appropriately, as the systems used are a little different from usual primary care. The role also includes co-ordinating with the other disciplines involved in gender care and the person should have the ability to communicate effectively via various IT platforms. The role requires the practitioner to work independently and with an ethos to manage their own work load capacity efficiently.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Welsh language skills are desirable
For further information or to arrange an informal no-obligation visit (in confidence) please contact:
Wyn Thomas, Assistant Area Director Primary Care - West Wyn.Thomas@wales.nhs.uk