Resident (m/f/d) in further training to become a specialist in orthopaedics and trauma surgery

  • Germany, 63450 Hanau
  • Surgery: General Surgery
  • Assistant doctor
  • Full time

    
Jobs Resident (m/f/d) in further training to become a specialist in orthopaedics and trauma surgery

The Department of Trauma Surgery and Orthopaedics (1/4/9) performs about 3,000 surgical procedures annually and also treats 22,000 outpatients.

The further training authorisation for the specialist in orthopaedics and trauma surgery is 5 years (incl. Common Trunk), furthermore 2 years for "special trauma surgery".

The entire traumatological spectrum is covered in trauma surgery; all modern osteosynthesis procedures, including spinal and pelvic surgery, are used.

A special focus is on paediatric traumatology; the paediatric clinic is also consulted. The clinic is approved for treatment by the employers' liability insurance association and certified as a trauma centre in the Hesse trauma network.

In elective surgery, the focus is on hand and foot surgery, endoprosthetics of all large joints including revision surgery and arthroscopic surgery.

We offer employment according to TV-Ärzte/VKA. Continuous specialist and further training opportunities are a matter of course for us. Further training takes place on the basis of a structured further training curriculum. The position can be shared.

For further information, please contact the head physician of the clinic, Prof. Dr. med. M. Lehnert, by telephone () or e-mail:.

Please apply directly here in the portal or send your application documents to the

Hanau Hospital GmbH
Surgical Clinic III (Trauma Surgery and Orthopaedics)
Prof. Dr. Mark Lehnert
Leimenstrasse 20
Hanau
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Hanau Hospital is a hospital of the highest care level and an academic teaching hospital of Goethe University Frankfurt am Main with a certified training centre.

More than 35,000 inpatients and 64,500 outpatients are treated annually in 13 clinics, three institutes and the central emergency room. Every day, 1,800 employees use modern medical equipment to care for patients from a catchment area with a population of 400,000.

With a large number of certified centres, Klinikum Hanau is diagnostically at a high level - including a perinatal centre level 1, which offers optimal care for premature and newborn babies. The Visceral Oncology Centre, the Gynaecological Cancer Centre and the Breast Centre also make it a hospital with an oncological focus. The certified stroke unit for the optimal care of stroke patients and the vascular centre round off the range of services. Thanks to the newly established obesity centre, morbidly overweight patients also receive treatment specially tailored to their needs.

The hospital is publicly run by the city of Hanau.

Hanau am Main is the city of the Brothers Grimm, is located in the eastern Rhine-Main region and has all secondary schools in the city. Excellent transport connections, an ICE train stop, proximity to the airport, high recreational value and a comprehensive cultural programme await you.

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The Hanau Clinic

As a maximum care provider, the hospital has 787 beds and is an academic teaching hospital of the Goethe University Frankfurt with a certified training centre. In 30 highly specialised departments, around 1,800 employees provide outpatient and inpatient care to almost 100,000 patients every year. Here, patients can rely on high standards of quality and hygiene. With a large number of certified centres, the hospital is diagnostically at a high level and focuses on the optimal treatment and care of patients. The hospital is publicly owned by the city of Hanau.