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Radiology recruitment day at Worcestershire hospitals

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is looking for newly qualified and experienced radiographers at an open day later this month.

The open day is being held on Saturday 12 September from 11am in the imaging departments of the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch and Worcestershire Royal Hospital and the breast imaging department at the Princess of Wales Community Hospital in Bromsgrove. Full and part time vacancies are available across the county at Bromsgrove, Kidderminster, Redditch and Worcester.

Radiographers play a vital role in diagnosing patients’ conditions using a range of state-of-the-art technology, including MRI, CT and ultrasound scanners. The countywide service offers fantastic opportunities for progression, with radiographers regularly developing new skills and qualifications. The trust has also recently taken on a consultant radiographer, a new role specialising in reporting.

David Hill, Chief Radiographer said: “We have some exciting opportunities available within our countywide radiology services. We have a great team here and are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic people to join us.

“We are proud of our continued success in retraining radiographers who have had career breaks and welcome these colleagues back to the profession. If you want to find out more about us and what we do, drop by and meet the team.”

Members of the trust’s Human Resources team will also be on hand throughout the day to advice and support attendees.

Join the team at their open day to find out more.

Saturday 12 September, 11am to 4pm

  • Breast Imaging Unit, Princess of Wales Community Hospital, Bromsgrove
  • Radiology department, Alexandra Hospital, Redditch
  • Radiology department, Worcestershire Royal Hospital

For more information contact:

  • Bromsgrove, Debbie Fox on 01527 488055.
  • Redditch, Christine Williams on 01527 503030 ext 44267.
  • Worcester, Tracey Robson on 01905 760720.

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