Medical Specialties 

 

Most recruitments run to a national timeline. For information on recruitment windows and timelines for national specialty, sub-specialty and academic recruitment, please visit the specialty training website

 

 

Clinical Radiology

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Clinical Radiology ST1 across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside The Royal College of Radiologists we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

  • For further information about Clinical Radiology training please click here.
  • For careers advice please visit the Health Careers Website.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts recruitment.

Post Information

Indicative post numbers for the next recruitment round can be found on the Oriel advert under the document tab. Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting local HEE Office or Deanery in the first instance.

Clinical Oncology

London and South East (LaSE) Recruitment manage the national recruitment for Clinical Oncology ST3 Training across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside The Royal College of Radiologists we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information

Please refer to the Clinical Oncology vacancy on Oriel for details of indicatives post numbers for the next round of recruitment https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/VacanciesWhere possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round, but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

Core Surgery

London and South East (LaSE) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Core Surgical Training across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside The Royal College of Surgeons EnglandThe Royal College of Surgeons Glasgow and The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants. 

  • For further information about Core Surgical training please click here.
  • For Information and resources on Improving Surgical Training - click here 
  • Animation – What is improving surgical training - click here
  • For careers advice please visit the Health Careers Website.

Please note that the Prospectus supplementary handbook, post numbers and guidance can be found on the Oriel Website. Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Infomration

Indicative post numbers for the next recruitment round can be found on the Oriel advert under the document tab. Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting local HEE Office or Deanery in the first instance, contact details can be found here

 

Diagnostic Neuropathology

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Diagnostic Neuropathology Training across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside The Royal College of Pathologists we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

  • For further information about Diagnostic Neuropathology training please click here.
  • For careers advice please visit the Health Careers Website

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information 

Indicative post numbers for the next recruitment round can be found on the Oriel advert under the document tab. Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting local HEE Office or Deanery in the first instance.

 

Emergency Medicine ST1/CT1

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manage the Round 1 recruitment for ACCS Emergency Medicine (CT1/ST1) across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside The Royal College of Emergency Medicine we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

  • For further information about ACCS Emergency Medicine training please click here.
  • For careers advice please visit the Health Careers Website.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information

Please refer to the ACCS EM vacancy on Oriel for details of indicative post numbers for the next round of recruitment: https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancies. Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting HE Region/Deanery in the first instance.

General Practice

London GP Programmes

London GP Programmes

For both programmes, please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

HEE London has a range of schemes in a variety of geographical locations with a range of cultural, social, educational and working opportunities.

We have a range of GP training schemes. Posts include those at University Teaching hospitals, or district general hospitals, and all areas with exciting and innovative GP trainer networks. London has a thriving community education provider network, and it is envisaged that GP training schemes will link in with the range of professions in health and care who work together across the sectors to improve the health of our populations.

We have a thriving GP trainee committee, close engagement around junior doctors working lives with our lead employer and guardians of safe working. We have a range of innovative projects including primary and secondary care initiatives, some have simulation in GP care training for 2018, opportunities for near peer teaching of medical students, embedded quality improvement, and a desire to celebrate innovation from our GP learners.

The Heads of Primary Care for London have created groups of GP schemes to be chosen which fall within a defined geographic region for the first stage in choosing preferences. Once offers to these groups have been finalised and all upgrades completed, you will be provided with the details of each programme available within the group and given the opportunity to preference these locally. Allocations will then be made based on your overall rank and preference. By linking some schemes, the aim is to provide a very positive training experience in all schemes throughout London. Some schemes share best practice and work collaboratively, for example joint learning events in the half day release. The Heads of Primary Care for London are committed to a very positive learning and working experience within all programmes in London. GP trainers developed the groups to reflect the changing needs and aspirations of specialty trainees.  This also takes into account patient safety and service requirements within the London sectors.  Programmes have been designed to provide varied training with placements in contrasting settings so that our future workforce, will be skilled and experienced to meet our population health requirements.

To select our schemes, we have a single unit of application for London. We then have schemes grouped together from which to select your preferred group. Each group is hosted in a single area such as “South London “, North West London“ or “North Central and East London “  and contains a range of programmes within the locality. A breakdown of the schemes within each group can be found in the document (London GP Groups) on the right of this page. Each area has its own flavour and more detail on each training programme along with the programme directors can be found here. Following recruitment those who are successful will be offered a programme from within their preferenced group, and final matching within the group will be done according to choice and taking recruitment scores into account.

We hope you are successful in your application and look forward to welcoming you.

 

KSS GP Programmes

KSS GP Programmes

The HE KSS GP School covers a large area of Southeast England: from Dover and Medway in the east, along the South Coast to near Portsmouth in the west, up to the Surrey/Hampshire borders and the Southern boundaries of Greater London.

Population 4.5m; 2,300 GP principals; 250 training practices and 14 GP Specialty Training Programmes working from 18 geographical locations in a variety of urban, suburban, semi-rural and rural settings. This area is close to London, with excellent motorway, rail and airport facilities, and a number of ferry services and the Channel Tunnel rail links ensure that the rest of Europe is also very close.

Outstanding communications combine with real quality of life with the combination of easy access to the capital and exciting provincial towns, which include Brighton, Chichester, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells and Guildford, and beautiful rural and coastal settings, which give an attractive wealth of choice to any applicant.

Information on the GP schemes in KSS can be found here.

Targeted GP Scheme Programmes

The GPNRO have introduced a new Targeted General Practice Scheme.

Further information can be found on the GPNRO website

More information on GP recruitment can be found on the website for the GP National Recruitment Office.

General Surgery ST3

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manages the Round 2 recruitment for ST3 General Surgery across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Working alongside The Royal College of Surgeons we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information

Please refer to the General Surgery vacancy on Oriel for details of indicative post numbers for the next round of recruitment: https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancies. Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting HE Region/Deanery in the first instance.

Histopathology

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Histopathology ST1 Training across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside ST1 National Histopathology Training School we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information

Indicative post numbers for the next recruitment round can be found on the Oriel advert under the document tab. Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting local HEE Office or Deanery in the first instance.

 

Study Day Information

(Pan London Histopathology Study Day 2021) Medical renal study day. Please click here to view the Pathology of the Nephrotic Syndrome 2021 PDF.

Occupational Medicine

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Occupational Medicine Training across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside National School of Occupational Health, we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information

Please review the advert on Oriel for details regarding indicative post numbers for the next round of recruitment https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancies

Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting HE Region/Deanery in the first instance.

Paediatric and Perinatal Pathology

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LaKSS) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Paediatric & Perinatal Pathology Training across England, Scotland and Wales. Working alongside The Royal College of Pathologists we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information 

Please review the advert on Oriel for details regarding indicative post numbers for the next round of recruitment https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancies

Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting HE Region/Deanery in the first instance

Plastic Surgery

London and South East (LaSE) Recruitment manage the recruitment for Plastic Surgery ST3 Training across England, Scotland and Wales.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information 

Please review the advert on Oriel for details regarding indicative post numbers for the next round of recruitment https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancies

Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting HE Region/Deanery in the first instance

Vascular Surgery ST3

London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex Recruitment (LaKSS) manages the Round 2 recruitment for ST3 Vascular Surgery across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Working alongside The Royal College of Surgeons we manage a centralised process aimed at delivering a fair and consistent process for all applicants.

Please refer to the HEE Guidance regarding COVID-19 and how it impacts on recruitment.

Post Information 

Please review the advert on Oriel for details regarding indicative post numbers for the next round of recruitment https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancies

Where possible we try and give an indication if a region will have any posts to enter in to the round but please be aware that these numbers are subject to change.

The final post numbers will be released around the time of interview and you will be given a minimum of 5 days to select your preferences. When preferences are opened you will be able to download a spreadsheet detailing the post information below. Should you have any questions about rotations of specific posts please direct these to the recruiting HE Region/Deanery in the first instance

Other Medical Specialties

Recruitment to the majority of the following medicine specialties is co-oridanted by other Health Education England regional recruitment offices.

Medicine

The Royal College of Physicians:  www.rcplondon.ac.uk/ 

 Allergy & Immunology  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Acute Internal Medicine  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Audio vestibular Medicine  Link to London Schools   n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Cardiology  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Clinical Genetics   Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Clinical Neurophysiology  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Dermatology  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Endocrinology and Diabetes  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Gastroenterology  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Geriatric Medicine  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 GUM  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Haematology  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Medical Oncology  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Metabolic Medicine  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Neurology  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Palliative Medicine  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Rehabilitation Medicine  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter
 Renal Medicine  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Respiratory Medicine  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Rheumatology  Link to London Schools  Link to KSS Schools  Link to Lead recruiter
 Sports and Exercise Medicine  Link to London Schools  n/a  Link to Lead recruiter

 

 

     
Occupational Medicine 

 National School of Occupational Health: www.lpmde.ac.uk/specialty-schools/occupational-health

 Occupational Health Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter

 

     

 

 

Anaesthetics 

Royal College of Emergency Medicine www.rcem.ac.uk/

 

ACCS Anaesthesia  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Core Anaesthetics Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Higher Anaesthetics Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Intensive Care Medicine Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Emergency Medicine

Royal College of Emergency Medicine www.rcem.ac.uk/

 

ACCS Emergency Medicine  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Emergency Medicine  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
PH Emergency Medicine Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Emergency Medicine DR-EEM  Link to London Schools n/a n/a
       

 

General Practice 

The Royal College of General Practitioners https://www.rcgp.org.uk/

 

General Practice ST1 Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Obstetrics & Gynaecology 

Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology www.rcog.org.uk/

 

Obstetrics & Gynaecology ST1 Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Pathology 

Royal College of Pathologists www.rcpath.org/

 

Histopathology ST1 Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Diagnostic Neuropathology ST3 Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Paediatrics 

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/

 

Paediatrics  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Paediatric Cardiology Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Paediatric Surgery Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Paediatric/ Perio Pathology Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Psychiatry 

The Royal College of Psychiatrists www.rcpsych.ac.uk/

 

Core Psychiatry  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Forensic Psychiatry / Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Forensic Psychiatry / Medical Psychotherapy  Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Forensic Psychiatry Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
General Adult / Forensic Psychotherapy Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
General Adult / Medical Psychotherapy Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
General Adult Psychiatry / Medical Psychotherapy Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
General Adult Psychiatry / Old Age Psychiatry  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
General Adult Psychiatry  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Intellectual Disability (Learning disability) Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Learning Disability  Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Medical Psychotherapy  Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Old Age Psychiatry Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Public Health 

Faculty of Public Health www.fph.org.uk/

 

Public Health  Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
       

 

Radiology 

Royal College of Radiologists www.rcr.ac.uk/

 

Clinical Oncology Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Clinical Radiology ST1 Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Nuclear Medicine Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools  
       

 

Surgery 

The Royal College of Surgeons www.rcseng.ac.uk/

 

Core Surgical Training  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
General Surgery  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Vascular Surgery  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Neurosurgery  Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
OMFS Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Ophthalmology Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Otolaryngology (ENT)  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Paediatric Surgery Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Plastic Surgery  Link to London Schools n/a Link to Lead recruiter
Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery  Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter
Urology Link to London Schools Link to KSS Schools Link to Lead recruiter