St. Vincent’s University Hospital forms part of St Vincent’s Healthcare Group, which incorporates St Vincent’s Private Hospital and St Michael’s Hospital and provides acute general medical care serving the South East region of Dublin and surrounding areas. The Healthcare Group is a not for profit, voluntary group of hospitals, has charitable status and it’s shareholders are the Sisters of Charity.
St. Vincent’s University Hospital is one of the largest University teaching hospitals in the country. The hospital provides a front line trauma/emergency service and national/regional medical care at inpatient and outpatient level with in excess of fifty medical and surgical specialties. The hospital is currently working out of in excess of 600 in-patient beds, incorporating 7-day, 5-day and day care options, including intensive care, high dependency and coronary care beds as well as medical, surgical, orthopaedic, care of the elderly and psychiatry beds.
The hospital is a health promoting hospital. Education (undergraduate and post-graduate) and research are major components of the hospital’s activities. For further information about the hospital, please visit our website www.stvincents.ie
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Applications are invited for a Senior Medical Scientist in the Haematology Department of St Vincents University Hospital. (Immunophenotyping is essential)
The position of Clinical Specialist Radiographer PET/CT requires an ability to lead, guide and supervise Radiographic staff and to successfully manage the PET/CT service delivery on a day to day basis.