Sample Medical CV

See sample medical CV here, as well as expert guide on how to design and layout your CV. You will be able to contribute your thoughts on what an effective CV that gets you the job should be like.

Sample Medical CV for your perusal.

Whether you are a medical student or doctor looking for job, a well written and presented CV is a must for increasing your chances of being shortlisted. And to get that job.

It is your singular opportunity to make a lasting first impression and sell yourself well. Yes. That job might make a lasting difference to your life. It is worth every extra effort you put in to get it right.

Our sample medical job CV presented here highlights and demonstrate one way of layout the the points made at the how to write a medical CV section on this website. Care as been taken to ensure that this sample medical CV included here meets the minimum requirement expected of a good medical CV in terms of content and format.

We hope it would act as a starting point for you and help you craft your very own CV and stand out from the crowd.

The Sample Medical CV


24 Geek Street, Leyton, London E10 6NF
Tel: 0208556606; Mobile: 07760786008

A conscientious reliable and hardworking medical professional, pays attention to details,
crusader of clinical governance, with excellent interpersonal and time management skills,
seeking further training and experience in accident and emergency medicine while working
towards a career in laparoscopic and bloodless surgery.

Educational Qualifications

Medical School/University Attended Qualification (s) Obtained From – To
King’s College London Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) 28/08/06 – 21/06/2011
King’s College London Intercalated BSc, Medical Sciences (Hons) 20/09/08 - 15/06/09
King Edward Grammar School Chelmsford 6 A* at GCSE O/L 23/09/99 - 10/06/05

GMC Status
Registered with the General Medical Council (GMC )UK. Full Registration number 607456666

Membership of Defence Union
Member, Medical Defence Union (MDU). Registration number: EA56666X.

Employment History
Name and Address of Employer Grade and Specialty From – To
University Collgege Hospital London PRHO General Surgery and Medicine(Under Professor Barter and Dr Collins) 04/08/11 – 02/02/12
Broomfield Hospital Chelmsford SHO Trauma and Orthopaedics (Under Mr Taylor) 04/02/12 – 02/08/12

Skills and Proficiencies

Able to recognize and give immediate and appropriate treatment in a wide range of Medical and Surgical conditions including:
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Acute coronary syndrome
  • Pulmonary embolus and Sickle Cell Crisis
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Acute asthma attack
  • Severe exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Diabetic keto-acidosis
  • Community and hospital acquired pneumonia
  • Seizures
  • Poisoning / overdose
  • Acute abdomen, post-operative oliguria hypotension and post-op infections
  • Urological emergencies such as pyelonephritis, renal colic, haematuria and urinary retention
  • Orthopaedic injuries such as fractured neck of femur, ankle injuries, Salter Harris fractures, supracondylar fractures, Montaggae / Galazzae fractures, osteomylitis and septic arthritis.

I have experience conducting independent and consultant led ward rounds in a range of clinical settings.
I am proficient at the following procedures:
  • Arterial and venous line insertion
  • Central line insertion (internal jugular and femoral)
  • Chest drain insertion
  • Lumbar puncture
  • Proctoscopy, sigmoidoscopy and banding of hemorrhoids
  • Interpreting a range of plain films including Chest, Abdominal, Spine and Limb X-Rays.

Teaching Experience

Informal teaching of nursing and medical students by the bed side

  • Conducted an audit on the cost effectiveness of pre-donated autologous blood transfusion six weeks pre-operative in patients undergoing knee and hip replacement studies at Broomfield Hospital over a one year period of June 2010 to May 2011.
  • Found out that there were 38 percent reduction in hospital stay (p-value <0.001) as well as 19.9 percent reduction in post op wound infection (p-value <0.04).
  • More frequent use was suggested, and a colleague would be re-auditing in three months time to close the audit loop and re-evaluate gains if any to the department.

1. Bond A.
Role of Nebulised Adrenaline in the treatment of life threatening Anaphylaxis.

Clin Exp Allergy. 2012 Apr;06(4):043-103.

2. Bond A, Fisayo S, Burkle K.
Meningococcal Meningitis - A Review.

Clin Immunol. 2010 Apr;03(4):503-13.

3. Bond A, Toby G.
The Role of Mitochondrial Regeneration in Sexual Maturity .

International Journal of Science. 2010 Apr;03(01):104-13.

Management Experience

Was in charge of medical students’ hostel as the welfare secretary, Medical Students’ Association. I had to manage a group of six office staff attached to the medical students’ secretariat, motivating them for optimal performance, as well as the annual budget.

Career Goal

My short term goal is to undertake a six months training in accident and emergency medicine, which I strongly believe will be a bed rock on which a successful career in any acute specialty should be built. This job will also help me towards meeting my training requirement towards completion of my basic surgical training. I am committed to a career in bloodless and laparoscopic surgery. On completion of my higher surgical training, I hope to be actively involved in teaching and research into bloodless surgery in the UK.


My hobbies include:
  • Crayfishing
  • Mountain walking with my wife and daughter
  • Web design
  • Medieval history and travelling
I was most delighted to complete the London marathon last year, raising £22,425.00 for a charity organization


1. Professor A.K. Barter MS, PhD, FRCS Consultant, Endocrine and Minimal Access Surgery University Collgege Hospital London Telephone: 020712145632 Fax: 020712145632 Email:

2. Dr J.M Collins MRCP Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist University Collgege Hospital London Telephone: 020712145897 Fax: 020712145897 Email:

3. Mr D.Z Taylor MD FRCS (Ortho) Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Broomfield Hospital Chelmsford Telephone: 01245440761 Ext 3999 Fax: 012455653998 Email:

Surely this sample medical CV can be improved upon. Once the format is understood and what content to include, you can vary and tweak the lay out to your taste by choosing stunning templates from sites like Microsoft.

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Top Tips For Success

  • Invest as much time and diligence as need to build your CV
  • Research has consistently shown that apart from the content of your CV, the look and feel of the finished CV plays a huge role in whether your CV gets picked and shortlisted or not
  • Safest to use thick paper of about 100g for printing
  • Stick to a white paper if possible
  • Avoid gold or any strong colour for the paper on which your CV is printed.
  • Always have someone else proof read your CV.

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