Join an award-winning private hospital as a Specialist in Emergency Medicine
- Be part of a private hospital who pride themselves on clinical excellence
- Significant training and development opportunities
- Competitive remuneration and workplace benefits
You will be part of a multidisciplinary team, providing emergency services to adult and paediatric private patients.
You will have a focus on quality and best practice, helping St John of God Geelong Hospital to achieve its objective of exceeding customer’s expectations.
You will undertake clinical duties as rostered and will provide supervision, teaching and training to junior medical staff and other clinical staff.
Take advantage of the significant training and development opportunities on offer to build your knowledge and develop your Emergency Medicine career.
St John of God Geelong Hospital is a private hospital with 284 beds and more than 400 accredited medical practitioners providing services in maternity, cardiac, oncology, rehabilitation and emergency care. The private emergency department is open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
The hospital prides itself on its reputation for excellence in clinical care and was the winner of the Best Large Business Award in the 2016 and 2017 Geelong Business Excellence Awards.
Situated just 40 minutes south of Melbourne CBD, Geelong is a lively and sophisticated city, filled with shops, restaurants, bars and cafes in wide, leafy boulevards that beckon to be explored. The suburb is family friendly, with an array of schooling options and universities within the surrounding areas. Geelong has great access routes with Avalon airport and its extensive public transport network.
Eligibility for full registration as a Medical Practitioner with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Fellow of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM) are required for this role.
You will have demonstrated substantial clinical experience in the management of high acuity patients in a complex hospital environment, including Paediatrics and demonstrated experience in teaching at registrar or fellowship level.