Join a fantastic supportive environment with a core focus of providing clinical services to the highest possible standard
- Enjoy a great work-life balance
- Base yourself in a city with small-town comforts
- Possibility for flexible working arrangements
You will be joining a quality team in a supportive environment as a Senior Medical Practitioner in the Emergency Department. You will provide high quality clinical services to patients presenting to the ED, in terms of your individual performance as well as in providing clinical leadership and contributing to a multidisciplinary approach in patient care. You will be actively involved in teaching medical students and trainee medical officers as well as nursing and allied health staff where appropriate. Further, you will contribute to continuous improvement through clinical audit and quality, safety and clinical risk management activities as well as research and CME activities.
This medium-sized regional hospital provides acute services including in-hospital care by local GPs as well as specialist surgical, obstetric, paediatric and anaesthetic services. The Emergency Department itself will be undergoing a major overhaul with an investment of over $500k. Your expertise in Emergency Medicine will play a large role in the continuous improvement of this much needed regional health service.
You will be based in South Australia?s most popular tourist destination, offering plenty of scenic spots to explore and enjoy, including stunning lakes, caves, aromatic rose gardens and beautiful landscapes with walking trails and trekking opportunities. This location offers affordable housing and the perfect balance of a vibrant lifestyle in a city with a smaller, community feel. Further, this health service values a great work-life balance which is key to the role.
You must hold General registration with AHPRA and clinical experience in Emergency Medicine, at a Senior RMO, Registrar or comparable level. Alternatively, you will be eligible for registration in Australia with experience in a country with a comparable health care system such as New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, Canada or the US.