Senior Rotational Physio Open Evening
About this Event
If you’re interested in developing your Physiotherapy career in a centre of excellence, then come and find out about the opportunities at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.
About the open evening
Come and visit our Trust, meet the team, see the facilities and find out about the roles on offer. This is an informal opportunity to ask questions and discover why so many people choose to build their careers with us.
- Free parking
- Refreshments and goodies
- Information to take away
- Meet the team and ask questions
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest specialist orthopaedic units in Europe. Our 200-year heritage of innovation and excellence still drives us today as we continue to push boundaries to deliver the best care possible. We are rated among the best in the NHS for both clinical outcomes and patient experience and we were a ‘Trust of the year 2019’ finalist in the prestigious HSJ Awards . We are in an exciting period of growth, particularly in our non-surgical and therapy services.
About the roles
An excellent opportunity has arisen for Physiotherapists with an interest in musculoskeletal treatment. As a Senior Rotational Physiotherapist, you will be an integral part of the Trust, helping patients recover and restoring independence. Your six-month rotations will cover:
- Musculoskeletal outpatients including upper limb, spinal and paediatric rotations
- Gymnasium rehabilitation including specialist groups
- Orthopaedic inpatients including spinal and private wards
- Orthopaedic oncology
Staff development is positively supported including an active in-service training programme. With strong links to the research and development team encouraging involvement in research at all levels, this is an excellent environment to develop in. We are a collaborative team who prioritise amazing patient care and outcomes. The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital offers a unique experience to Physiotherapists that can only be found here.
Find out more
For further information please contact Alison Woodbridge, Deputy Head of Therapy Services on 0121 685 4125 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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