clinical medical officer

clinical medical officer

A now-retired term for a service grade medical doctor in the UK in a non-training hospital post who practised below consultant level. CMOs, along with trust/staff grade doctors, hospital practitioners and clinical assistants, were formerly categorised together as staff and associate specialist (SAS) grade doctors, a group now known as specialty doctors, a category established by the GMC in 2008.
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She had studied medical sciences at Girton College, Cambridge, completing her medical training at Newcastle University Medical School before working as a clinical medical officer for child health and family planning in Northumberland and Newcastle.
Madan, formerly of Briars Close, Rainhill, was also a full-time clinical medical officer (child health) with St Helens and Knowsley Community Health (NHS) Trust between November 1987 and November 2000 when her employment was terminated.
Valerie Gundle, a Cardiff-based senior clinical medical officer who took part in the study, said, 'It may be reasonable to give a lower priority to very obese people and insist on some weight loss prior to surgery - but not total refusal.
She was a former clinical medical officer for child health and family planning in Northumberland and Newcastle, and became the clinical medical officer at Prudhoe Hospital in 1980.
Janice worked part time while the children were growing up but in 1976 became a clinical medical officer.
The Ombudsman identified failure to provide information about how individual decisions are made, failure to refer a request for medical priority to the Senior Clinical Medical Officer and failure to allocate housing in accordance with its allocation scheme.
The 54-year-old was employed as a senior clinical medical officer for the PCT, having worked in the city's NHS for 23 years.
Moves to South West Durham to be a clinical medical officer.
Hugh Jones, for Dr Madan, said the mother-of-two, had worked for around 26 years as a clinical medical officer in paediatrics and ran the clinic outside her normal job.
Dr Organ, who is 61, was principal clinical medical officer and manager of the Child Development Centre at the Orchard Centre in Lower Hillmorton Road.
And smear tests were at the centre of a new controversy last week 1,000 women were recalled to St George{s Hospital, London, where they were given the wrong treatment by a senior clinical medical officer after they had been identified as having abnormal smear tests.
Shipman spent two years as a clinical medical officer in County Durham in the 1970s - moving to the North East after being convicted of forging prescriptions to support a drug habit.

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