Work and play in a tropical QLD location in the Emergency Department of a large regional hospital
- Competitive remuneration on offer
- Flexible work options – full-time or part-time opportunities
- Tropical QLD location
The primary focus of this position is to assist the director in providing quality clinical care within the Emergency Medicine Department. This is an opportunity to grow your career and develop your leadership skills through educating and supervising junior medical staff, students, allied health professionals and nursing staff. This is an exciting opportunity to become involved in the development of a new Emergency Department and potential involvement in the Regional Aeromedical Retrieval Service.
The hospital is a large regional hospital that services 10 rural hospitals and multi-purpose health facilities across the region. This 236-bed hospital is undergoing an exciting period of growth with a redevelopment plan to provide additional inpatient beds and further outpatient and support services. You will be joining a supportive hospital that is committed to providing exceptional healthcare to the local community and surrounding regions.
Nestled in the tropical beauty of North Queensland, this location beckons as a captivating destination for those contemplating a move. A mere hour's flight from Brisbane, this location provides a relaxed coastal lifestyle amidst stunning beaches and a tropical climate, perfect for those seeking outdoor living. Positioned near the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef, it presents an enticing prospect for individuals and families, combining urban conveniences with the allure of natural wonders, making it an appealing choice for those seeking a new, enriching chapter in their lives. This location provides the perfect balance between relaxed and comfortable rural and costal living.
To be successful in applying for this position you must hold FACEM specialist qualifications and hold registration with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist Emergency Physician.