Senior Trauma Fellow (HST / ST6+)

Leeds Teaching Hospitals

Senior Trauma Fellow (HST / ST6+)


Leeds Teaching Hospitals, Leeds

  • Full time
  • Temporary
  • Onsite working

Posted 1 week ago, 15 May | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: ce77e8aaec6b4935bc97b76e03962e11

Full Job Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the right candidate to commence the Senior Trauma Fellowship at the Leeds General Infirmary working under Professor Peter Giannoudis. Applications are welcome from all suitably qualified trainees.

The post holder will join the Trauma team at LGI under the direct supervision of Professor Giannoudis as well as our established cohort of Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeons. Our 10 Major Trauma and 14 Trauma consultants have a wealth of national and international experience. This post will help to prepare the successful candidate for their consultant post., The successful applicant will receive advanced clinical and surgical training in all aspects of orthopaedic trauma surgery. Leeds Major Trauma Centre is based at Leeds General Infirmary; is one of the largest MTCs in volume of cases it treats per year (over 2,000 TARN eligible cases over the last year), and top performing centres in most key performance indicators.

The post holder will provide support to the Trauma team and ensure resilience and appropriate response to complex orthopaedic trauma. You will therefore contribute to the service in its pursuit to provide the best levels of care for patients and become the best Trauma centre in the country.

In addition, they will be expected to take part in research studies as appropriate and help with the departmental audit and database. Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching will also be required. The trauma fellow will also take and organise tertiary referrals and take a role in the delivery of the Trauma injury clinic.


Leeds General Infirmary opened as a level 1 trauma centre on 2nd April 2013. Due to its regional remit it provides responsibility of care to a population of almost 3 million. The support encompasses all aspects of trauma care included attendance at trauma calls, co-ordination and prioritisation of patient care, and emergency admissions as well as emergency operating. The service was recently rewarded as the second busiest in England and also produced the second-best quality outcomes within the country (as per TARN data).

We have invested a further £8m over the years to enhance facilities, including the creation of a dedicated MTC ward and theatre, and enhanced staffing. As well as being the second largest MTC in the country we have consistently remained in the top three for outcomes.