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Welcome to Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

About Us

We aim to provide safe, clean and personal care for patients.

We are a large and busy University Teaching Hospital and care for an average

OF 320,000 PEOPLE A YEAR.

We provide a range of medical, surgical, maternity and emergency service to the people of Salford. We also offer specialist care to people from all over the UK who need expert help with brain, neuroscience, kidney, bone, intestine or skin conditions.

Becoming a Foundation trust is an extremely exciting development. We still work to national standards but now have greater freedom to work more closely with patients, carers and members of the local community to design and develop services that meet the needs of the people who use our hospital.

We work closely with the Universities of Manchester and Salford to train hundreds of new doctors, nurses, midwives and other health professionals every year.

On an average day, we:

See 1,000 outpatients

Treat 192-250 patients in Accident and Emergency

Care for 840 inpatients

Treat 74 patients on a day case basis

Perform 622 radiology examinations

Dispense 1,240 prescriptions containing over 99,000 doses of medicine

Our Services

As a university teaching hospital, we provide a wide range of general and specialist services, meaning that patients have access to first-rate clinicians and care.

Here is a list of services provided at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust:

Cardiology

Cancer Services Including:

- Breast

- Brain and Spine

- Gynaecology

- Lung

- Stomach and Throat

- Urology

Care of the Elderly

Diabetes

Dermatology

Emergency Medicine-including new PANDA unit

Ear, Nose and Throat

Gastroenterology

General Surgery

Intensive Care

Intestinal Failure

Neuroscience Services

Oral surgery

Trauma and Orthopaedics

Pain Management

Palliative Care

Pathology

Radiology

Renal

Respiratory Medicine

Rheumatology

Spinal Services

Stroke Services

Theatres and Anaesthesia

Women’s and Children’s

The Foundation Programme at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Through the Foundation Programme at Salford Royal, we aim to give you the knowledge and skills to help you become the best doctor you can be.

Our Hospital offers excellent educational and clinical experience for Foundation Doctors, it is modern well equipped and a friendly place to work and the clinical staffs have a keen interest in the teaching and welfare of junior doctors.

There is a brand new education centre and library at Salford Royal staffed during normal working hours. The library is well supplied with both electronic and paper resources and is soon to be accessible 24 hours a day 7 days a week. There is also a doctor’s mess.

We have a foundation tutor for each year, a foundation programme lead tutor, and a postgraduate clinical tutor at Salford Royal Hospital. We also have an education Manager and a team of administrators in the education centre. There are also Junior Doctors committee meetings/foundation forum meetings held regularly to discuss any issues within Foundation

Training. We also have an occupational health department on site to deal with pre-employment health screening (proof of vaccination/immunisation status) and are available for advice/support/treatment for occupational related health matters.

All Foundation Doctors will attend shadowing lectures and an induction; there is also regular weekly bleep free teaching sessions. In addition each department has clinical lunchtime meetings/teaching sessions, Postgraduate education also have Friday lunchtime Grand

Rounds. The foundation tutors serve as mentors to their Foundation Doctors all of whom are assigned a clinical supervisor in each specialty.

Students that are assigned to Foundation Posts at Salford Royal Hospital will complete a period of shadowing usually with their ‘future team’ wherever possible.

Salford Royal Hospital is undertaking a massive redevelopment project, to greatly improve the environment for patients, visitors and staff. Unfortunately due to this redevelopment we currently have no staff accommodation and there are no plans for new accommodation in the future.

Medical Education Team

Dr Tim Johnson

Dr Roisin Haslett

Mr Sumohan Chatterjee

Dr Carole Gavin

Ms Deborah Swift

Mrs Nicola Austin

Mrs Amanda Taylor

Ms Donna Grice

Mrs Christine Adshead

Mrs Claire Davies

- Postgraduate Clinical Tutor

- Foundation Programme Director

- Foundation Educational Supervisor

- Foundation Educational Supervisor

- Postgraduate Manager

- Foundation Training Co-ordinator

- Core Medical Training Co-ordinator

- Specialty Trainee Co-ordinator

- Postgraduate Administrator

- Postgraduate Administrator

Library Facilities

Library Team

Mrs Valerie Haigh-Library Manager

Salford has an excellent multi-professional library with excellent IT facilities. The library is soon to be accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Foundation Year 1 Banding Information

Placement 1: Aug-Dec

Psychiatry

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Cardiology

Medicine Rota:1B 40%

Diabetes

Medicine Rota: 1B 40 %

Orthopaedics

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Orthopaedics

1B Surgery Rota

COTE

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

COTE

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Rheumatology

Under 40 hrs, basic play

Psychiatry

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Urology

1B Surgery Rota

Renal CC

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Gastro

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Neurosurgery

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Neurosurgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Breast Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Diabetes

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

ECDU

1B 40% stand alone post

Medical HDU

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Urology

1B Surgery Rota

Placement 2: Dec-Apr

Cardiology

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Psychiatry

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Diabetes

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Orthopaedic

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Orthopaedic

1B Surgery Rota

COTE

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Rheumatology

Under 40 hrs, basic pay

COTE

Medicine Rota:1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Renal CC

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Psychiatry

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Urology

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Gastro

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Neurosurgery

1B Surgery Rota

Breast Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Neurosurgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

ECDU

1B 40% Stand Alone Post

Diabetes

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Gastro

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Medical HDU

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Placement 3: April-Aug

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Cardiology

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Psychiatry

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Orthopaedics

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Diabetes

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

COTE

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Orthopaedics

1B Surgery Rota

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Rheumatology

Under 40 hrs, Basic Pay

COTE

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Urology

1B Surgery Rota

Renal CC

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Psychiatry

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Neurosurgery

1B Surgery Rota

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Gastro

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Neurosurgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Breast Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

ECDU

1B 40% stand alone post

Diabetes

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Urology

1B Surgery Rota

Gastro

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Gastro

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

O&G

Under 40 hrs, Basic Pay

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Cardiology

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Urology

1B Surgery Rota

O&G

Under 40 hrs, Basic Pay

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Cardiology

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Medical HDU

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

O&G

Under 40 hrs, Basic Pay

Surgical CC

1B Surgery Rota

General Surgery

1B Surgery Rota

Cardiology

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Respiratory

Medicine Rota: 1B 40%

Foundation Year 1 Tracks:

Track Specialty

9

10

11

6

7

8

3

4

5

1

2

Psychiatry

Diabetes

General Surgery

COTE

Psychiatry

Gastro

Respiratory

General Surgery

EAU

Surgical CC

Respiratory

Track Information

Specialty

Cardiology

Surgical CC

Surgical CC

Rheumatology

Renal CC

Surgical CC

Breast Surgery

ECDU

Gastro

O&G

Cardiology CC

Foundation Year 2 Tracks:

Track Specialty

1

2

3

GP

Intensive Care

GP

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

GP

A&E

GP

GP-palliative Care

ENT

O&G

Academic-ICONS

GP

Specialty

A&E

Neurology

Dermatology

Neurosurgery

General Surgery

Rheumatology

O&G

GP

GP

GP

Academic

Specialty

General Surgery

NHDU

COTE

General Surgery

Urology

Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery

Diabetes

Urology

Respiratory

General Surgery

Specialty

COTE

GP

A&E

Intensive Care

GP

A&E

A&E

A&E

Intensive Care

Intensive Care

Intensive Care

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Hospital location

Salford Royal is ideally located next to the M602 meaning it is easily accessible from all parts of the North West.

The adjoining motorway network means that the hospital is just a short car journey from many parts of the North West. For example, it is approximately 16 miles from Warrington, 29 miles from Northwich, 32 miles from Liverpool and 34 miles from Blackburn.

If you are travelling to the hospital on the M602 into Manchester, exit at junction 2 and turn onto Eccles Old Road. Then turn right onto Stott Lane at the traffic lights. Similarly, from the

M60, you can join the M602 and follow the directions above.

The map below shows its geographical proximity to many places:

Salford

Salford is a city constantly changing and moving into an exciting future as a thriving cultural, economic and residential location. From urban buzz to greenbelt tranquility, Salford is building on the mixture of its waterfront, urban and countryside environments to create places where people want to live, work, invest and visit.

Salford's closeness to Manchester city centre makes it an important part of the economy and culture that is driving England's North West forward. Salford and Manchester enjoy a unique situation: their connection creates a wealth of opportunities ranging from the potential for business relocation and development to establishing Salford's waterways and watersides as key regional and national visitor attractions and turning the city into a residential area of choice within Greater Manchester.

Further Details

For any queries relating to Foundation Training in Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Please contact:

Nicola Austin - Foundation Programme Co-ordinator - 0161 206 5401

If you would like the chance to communicate with some of our current Foundation Doctors, via email to gain their perspective of Foundation Training at Salford Royal, please speak to Nicola

Austin who will supply you with email addresses for our current trainees

Useful Links

Foundation Programme: www.foundationprogramme.nhs.uk

North Western Deanery: www.nwpgmd.nhs.uk

Modernising Medical Careers: www.mmc.nhs.uk

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust: http://intranet.srht.nhs.uk/corporate/postgraduate-education/

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