enhanced development opportunities including an educational stipend of up to £5,000 a year, a clearer non-reporting role structure for those who want to progress within the organisation, improved MedMal insurance arrangements worth up to £10,000 a year, and a world-class global mobility offer.which launched in November 2023, include improved remuneration rates,
delivering urgent, out of hours, routine and sub-specialty radiology reporting, supporting NHS healthcare facilities and their teams to deliver critical patient care.
with each report representing a critical piece of the puzzle. That’s why we foster a culture of clinical excellence, continuous learning and professional development through the Medical Leadership Council’s clinical governance, peer review, development and everlearning programmes.
teleradiology has been thought of as an accessory, a bolt on, and that’s as far as it goes,” says Dr Dan Rose, Chair of the Global Medical Leadership Council. “For some, it will remain that, but for a significant number of people, and the numbers are increasing over time, it can becomes the majority or their whole radiology practice. So being able to offer those opportunities to go beyond reporting is key to what we’re trying to do here.”
Investing in people to benefit patients
the new proposition is a clear investment in the wellbeing and quality of work for radiologists.
We believe that our new reward and benefits package is a reflection of our commitment to our radiologists and our patients.
We help our radiologists get more from each day with investments in innovation and technology.
Our commitment to innovation and finding smarter, more effective tools and technology propels us ahead of the competition, allowing us to maintain consistently high standards and you to make the most of each day.