If you are planning the next move in your medical career, there are some exciting new opportunities at Dr Gray's Hospital in Elgin.  A transformation programme is underway at the hospital to provide a more responsive service for the people of Moray. Dr Gray's is looking  for consultants in three specialist areas at the hospital. Successful candidates will also play an important role in the ongoing process of shaping and designing the delivery of key services at the hospital now and in the future. 

 about the jobs 

Funding has been secured to provide new consultant level posts. Other opportunites have emerged due to retirement and family relocation.  

Three departments have been  recruiting consultants.  The deadline has now passed for Emergency Medicine but the closing date for General Medicine and Acute Care of the Elderly is Sunday, 30th August. 



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Dr Gray's is Scotland's smallest district general hospital.  It is a place of innovation, with big ambitions to increase the range of services it offers to patients.  Staff at the hospital work closely with primary care providers in the region and the tertiary hub  at Aberdeen Royal Infimary, 65 miles to the east of Elgin. 

Moray is a beautiful part of Scotland, with a stunning coastline and endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits.  It is also a welcoming community of villages and towns across the region, boasting a rich cultural life, affordable housing and a mix of public and private sector education. 

It is the ideal place for someone to develop their medical career.  You can  find out more about these opportunities here and get a true idea of what living and working in Moray is all about for you and your family.  Staff are always keen to speak to colleagues considering a career move whether it is for these posts or future opportunities. 




From the staff at Dr Gray's Hospital...

'No-one can explain the tight knit, community spirit which emanates from working in Dr Gray's Hospital before you visit and experience for yourself, but it's amazing. '

'I have recently moved to work at Dr Gray's Hospital full time and one of the main driving factors for this was my previous experience of working here one day in every six months. I was naturally drawn to the people, place and lcoation.'

'Dr Gray's has its challenges as does every district general hospital but here the work gets done, teams pull togerh the difficult becomes the achievealbe through innovation and creativity which is actively encourage.'

The staff make you feel welcome, the local area is stunning and the food in the hospital canteen is the best...well for a hospital anyway!

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