Join a high performing team in a state-of-the-art hospital
- Challenge yourself with a varied caseload
- Be rewarded with a competitive salary package
- Join a vibrant community and enjoy an active lifestyle
Wavelength are seeking a talented Critical Care Medical Officer to take on the management of our clients critically ill surgical and medical patients. Working within a tightknit team, you will be responsible for performing all necessary critical care procedures such as resuscitation. You will be based in the hospitals CCU and will provide your knowledge and services across the hospital and on-call, as required.
You will be confident in emergency situations and experienced in the skills of advanced life support. Your knowledge will extend to critical illnesses and conditions such as renal failure, respiratory failure, cardiac failure, sepsis and seizures.
You will be joining a supportive team in a state-of-the-art private hospital. The hospital is a 150-bed facility with a mission to provide the highest quality healthcare services in Australia. This hospital has heavily invested in advanced technology and actively promotes a friendly, open and progressive culture.
The CCU itself is a 9-bed unit, primarily dealing with coronary care patients but is also accredited as a level four ICU. Admissions are received through a variety of sources including inter-hospital transfer from the ED, from local GP surgeries or wards at the nearby public hospital or Cardiology Consulting suite.
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To be successful in applying for this role you must have completed MBBS or an equivalent medical degree and have a background in either ICU or CCU. You will have experience dealing with critical illnesses such as renal failure, respiratory failure, sepsis and seizures and you will be able to demonstrate competency in performing advanced life support, Arterial line insertion (radial, femoral and axillary), Central line insertion (jugular, subclavian and femoral), PICC line insertion and tracheostomy.