ACCS Emergency Medicine CT1 - Round 1.
Acute Care Common Stem (Emergency Medicine) in Yorkshire and the Humber
ACCS is a 3 year core level training programme. It is the only core training programme for trainees wishing to enter higher specialty training in Emergency Medicine. The first two years are spent rotating through Emergency Medicine (EM), General Internal Medicine, Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine (ICM). The third year is spent providing training that will ensure the trainee meets the minimum requirements for entry into Emergency Medicine.
In order to assess your suitability for this training programme please refer to the national Person Specifications.
The expected duration of this training programme is three years subject to satisfactory progression. The actual duration may depend on the circumstances of individual trainees.
Please note, in 2015 applicants have the opportunity to accept a post as a run through training post or a core training post. This will be offered as part of the preferencing and offers process. Please see the National teams website for more information on this.
The National Recruitment Office for ACCS Emergency Medicine is London Shared Services.
For information about the recruitment process, including timelines and information about how to apply, please visit their website.
Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber will be hosting local interviews as part of the national recruitment process.
The interviews will take place on 17-18 January 2018 at Leeds United Football Club, Elland Road, Leeds.
Health Education Yorkshire & the Humber vacancies for August 2018 are:
North / East Yorkshire 12
South Yorkshire 11
West Yorkshire 19
All vacancy information is indicative and subject to change at any time.
This recruitment process is for posts commencing August 2018.
Deferments of posts that have been offered are possible but are restricted to only those listed within the Gold Guide; therefore it would only be possible to defer an offer if your reason was a ‘Statutory’ reason, such as ill health or maternity leave. If you are offered a post but do need to defer, we ask that you contact the LETB as soon as you can after the offer has been accepted.
Each trainee will complete 6 six month placements. Rotations take place in August and February although rotations may take place at other times depending on the needs of trainees and the training programme.
A list of the trusts and training locations within the training programme is provided below:
Yorkshire & the Humber - East
|Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust||Harrogate District Hospital|
|Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust||Castle Hill Hospital|
|Hull Royal Infirmary|
|Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust||Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital|
|Scunthorpe General Hospital|
|York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust||Scarborough Hospital|
|The York Hospital|
Yorkshire & the Humber - West
|Airedale NHS Foundation Trust||Airedale General Hospital|
|Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust||Bradford Royal Infirmary|
|St Luke’s Hospital|
|Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust||Calderdale Royal Hospital|
|Huddersfield Royal Infirmary|
|Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust||Leeds General Infirmary|
|St James’ University Hospital|
|Mid Yorkshire NHS Foundation Trust||Dewsbury and District Hospital|
Yorkshire & the Humber - South
|Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust||Barnsley Hospital|
|Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust||Chesterfield Royal Hospital|
|Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust||Doncaster Royal Infirmary|
|The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust||Rotherham Hospital|
|Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust||The Sheffield Children’s Hospital|
|Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust||Northern General Hospital|
|Royal Hallamshire Hospital|