Locum in this must see Art Deco Capital of Australia
Number of blocks available within these dates
Mon 16 Sep – Sat 5 Oct
Monday 14 Oct – Sunday 3Nov
Friday 15 Nov – Fri 23 Nov
Mon 25 Nov – Fri 13 Dec
Mon 16 Dec – 26 July 2020
My client is a rural and remote hospital looking for a Senior Medical Officer to work in their busy emergency department. The doctor will have at least 7 years experience of working in hospital emergency departments and ideally hold fellowship of FRACGP or FACCRM.
Must have FRACGP or FACRRM. You must either be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen, an Australian Permanent Resident or on a 457 Temporary Work Visa.
Fantastic locum opportunity in the heart of the Kimberley region!
Mon 23rd Mar to Tue 14th April
Tue 14th April to Mon 4th May
Fri 24th Apr to Mon 18th May
Mon 4th May to Mon 25thMay
Mon 11th May to Mon 25th May
Mon 11th May to Mon 1st June
Further dates available after 1 June
Travel and accommodation
Experience in rural remote settings / Aboriginal health issues / working in ED required
WACHS credentialing required
Current AHPRA registration
PGY4+ - mixture of day and evening shifts available
Wide variety of presentations including good exposure to trauma and paediatrics. Well supported by committed Emergency Physicians and junior medical workforce with a tight team that is highly procedural focused.
Ongoing shifts - please contact me for updated vacancy list
No flights provided. 2hr drive from Sydney, mileage will be reimbursed. Accommodation provided onsite.
You must have General Registration with AHPRA. National Criminal Record Check and NSW Working with Children Check are required. Must be able to use E-Meds or be available for a one day training session.
Work in stunning Tasmania in a hospital that doctors love working at.
Various shifts available
Travel, car and accommodation provided. Ongoing shifts available with shorter blocks (weeks / days) considered.
You must have Specialist Registration with AHPRA. You must either be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen, be an Australian Permanent Resident, or be on a 457 Temporary Work Visa. You must have personal indemnity insurance.
Registrar in charge role at Calvary Mater Newcastle public hospital in Waratah, NSW
Busy, fast-paced ED with around 35,000 presentations annually.
This is the perfect locum for someone who is local to Newcastle as no travel reimbursements are provided. Accommodation can be provided if required.
You must have General Registration with AHPRA. National Criminal Record Check and NSW Working with Children Check required. It is a requirement of placements at CMN that locums must complete CAP and Medchart training prior to commencement.