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[Contact Number] • [Email Address]
[Registration with GMC]
This section is your chance to summarise the rest of the CV and convince the recruiter to get in touch. It is important to keep it brief, but also engaging.
I am a medical specialist in the field of [specific area], looking to further my medical career. I have extensive experience in both the private and public sector having [years] of clinical practice.
I am looking for my next opportunity in a [permanent/locum] role within a [type of hospital/facility] and/or [department] where I can further my medical profession.
This is your chance to talk about your academic qualifications and additional medical courses you have taken. You should give detail about what you studied, where and when.
[School of Medicine]
[Date M/Y– Date M/Y]
[Date M/Y-Date M/Y]
- [E.g. Royal College Society of Medicine etc.]
- Research Experience/ Publications
- [Papers/presentations/research titles]
This should be brief and, as a general rule of thumb, focus on the last five years of your career, or last three roles, in chronological order with the most recent at the top. You should highlight your key achievements, and use bullet points rather than lengthy descriptions.
[Job Title], [Name of Hospital] [Location]
[Date M/Y- Date M/Y]
Achievements and responsibilities
- Brief role overview
Hobbies and Interests
This section is not essential to include, but you may wish to depending on the role you are applying for. It can be a useful chance to show a little more of your personality. If you don’t have any real relatable hobbies, it is probably best to omit this section.
I volunteer at…
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