Haematology Jobs

Haematologist consultants specialize in diagnosing and providing treatment for haematopoietic, haemostatic and lymphatic systems and disorders of the interaction between blood and blood vessel wall. Haematology involves with providing service to patients with wide range of both malignant and non-malignant diseases.

Many of the doctors develop a special interest in one of the many different areas within Haematology.

Haemostasis and Thrombosis are working with a clot serving to limit haemorrhage or pathological clot formation caused by absence bleeding. Red cell disorders including haemoglobinopathies are inherited single gene disorders that affects the red blood cells ability to carry oxygen from lungs. Transfusion medicine is working with branch medicine that is expected with transfusion of blood and its components. Paediatric haematology is experienced to evaluate and diagnose any blood disease or cancer for a child or teen. Haemato-oncology works on diagnosing, treating and preventing blood diseases and cancer. Obstetric haematology consultants are the specialists working with pregnant women with blood conditions ranging from general Haematology problems to more complex issues.

About Haematologist Jobs !

Medico Partners has shown great results on finding perfect Haematology Jobs for Haematologists over the past 6 months. With the help of the Escalate team, we can ensure we will be able to find and tailor a locum at your desired rate. You will find yourself several benefits by working with Medico Partners.

Dedicated consultant specialized in your specialty to account manage to provide the service you will be looking for. In addition, your file will be managed by specialist appraisal and re-validation to keep your re-validation process up to date and another dedicated compliance officer to keep all your required training up to date. Many different practical and online courses to choose from. Access to the escalate team who will thrive to find you the best locum rates continuously.

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Medico Partners is a locum agency on the mission to building a robust healthcare system in the UK. We bond the locum doctors with the various NHS and private hospitals that need them. As the agency’s mission is to provide quality healthcare, we work in partnership with only qualified and motivated professionals. The agency gives utmost importance to patients’ concern, besides giving support and excellent working condition to our esteemed professionals.

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Job Description -

Hematology is concerned with the study of blood and its related disorders. Hematologists diagnose, treat and monitor patients with blood-related abnormalities and diseases such as anemia, sickle cell disease, leukemia, and hemophilia.

Sub-Specialty -

Hematology has different sub-specializations such as immunohematology, paediatric haematology, transfusion medicine, genetic disorders and haemato-oncology.

Qualification -

To be a hematologist, it requires a degree in life sciences in graduate or master level to get onto NHS Scientist Training Program. The STP is a three-year workplace-based training program, and upon completion of the STP, one is eligible to apply for a Certificate of Attainment from the Academy for Healthcare Science (AHCS), which allows registration as a clinical scientist with the HCPC. To become a consultant healthcare scientist, it requires a five-year workplace-based training programme.

Roles -

A Haematologist, with fellow healthcare scientists, perform various blood-related activities such as receiving and analyzing blood samples, prescribe treatment type for patients, and cross-match blood for transfusions. A Haematologist also investigates biochemistry related to blood clotting, produce data reports, and provide information about a patient's condition.

Senior Haematologists involved in teaching, management, and development roles too.

Salary -

According to the NHS data, a hematologist in training earns around £26,565, £31,696 to £41,787 after training and up to £100431 as consultants.

Employer -

Haematologists typically work in laboratories in biomedical roles, blood transfusion centers, and clinical roles. In the UK, these healthcare scientists have job opportunities in the NHS Trusts, private hospitals, clinics, and laboratories as well.