A new opportunity for a talented and driven orthopaedic surgeon
- Take on a challenging and varied caseload
- Join a highly regarded team in a tech driven hospital
- Enjoy vibrant community living
Wavelength are looking for a motivated orthopaedic surgeon to take-on a challenging role in Victoria. You will be joining a highly skilled, tight knit team who provide the highest standards of specialist care and related clinical services to their patients. In addition to your clinical responsibilities you will showcase your leadership skills and actively provide supervision and training to junior medical and other clinical staff as required.
This hospital has recently undergone a major $630 million development. Providing services to a catchment area of over 307 000, this facility hosts 372 beds alongside 11 operating theatres. Approximately 38,000 admissions are made per year for services including treatment at the integrated cancer care centre alongside Obstetric, Psychiatric and Coronary Care units. The new state of the art emergency department sees over 50,000 presentations annually.
Our clients Orthopaedic Unit has 32 beds and provides both elective and trauma management services. Operating sessions are held daily and outpatient / fracture clinics run 3 days per week.
The hospital receives a high volume of trauma patients from outlying facilities that do not have orthopaedic services.
Located in the South of Victoria, this location is a large city with a rich gold mining history. Its popularity and size have created a diverse community with many local attractions to explore. The temperate climate ensures you will be able to peruse the local farmers markets, wine regions, botanic gardens and camping sites year round. The city is well regarded for its wide variety of educational options across all levels as well as affordable housing in both the rental and buyers markets. The town is easily accessible via road or rail with links to major airports available should you choose to fly.
The successful candidate will be a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons (RACS) and be registered as a specialist with AHPRA.