Make a difference to this community consisting of both urban and semi-rural areas, where your advice and support in substance misuse complexities will ensure optimal health outcomes are achieved
- Join a growing team with a strong focus on increasing access and support for those in need
- Get your foot in the door with a world-class facility investing $1 billion in expansion and upgrades
- Available immediately until 2 February 2020
As a Senior Resident Medical Officer in Addiction Medicine you will develop your expertise in a complex clinical environment in inpatient and outpatient areas. You will coordinate and document the admission, management and discharge planning of patients seen in or admitted to the Drug and Alcohol inpatient ward. This position reflects the level of clinical complexity in patients that are admitted to the 15-bed dedicated inpatient unit and those whose hospital stay is complicated by their substance misuse.
You will assess and manage these patients on a day-to-day basis and communicate with them and their family the nature of their condition and its treatment. You will communicate and coordinate care with a multidisciplinary team, liaising with local medical officers and other community based care modalities. This is a full-time role available to commence immediately until 2 February 2020.
You will be joining a major tertiary referral hospital dedicated to providing world-class clinical care, research and innovation. Currently undergoing significant redevelopment, $1 billion has been committed to the expansion and upgrade of services along with a multi-storey car park to support this growth. The hospital provides high-level inpatient services, generally with the capacity to manage high complexity patients requiring specialist care, such as emergency, critical care, acute medicine, planned and emergency surgery, maternity, neonatal, paediatric medicine and minor surgery, mental health, aged care and rehabilitation services, drug and alcohol and a broad range of specialist outpatient clinics and services.
Your new home will be encompassed by nature, with beautiful lookouts on your doorstep plus a wonderful sense of caring in the community. You will enjoy a variety of activities in your time-off, from exploring the nearby bushwalking trails, eucalyptus forests and waterfalls, to indulging in the many shopping and entertainment venues, all with the bustling city in easy access. This is a great alternative to living in Sydney, with more affordable housing and living costs, or there is also the option to live inner city and commute if preferred.
You will hold current registration with AHPRA and at least 2 years of clinical experience in an area/s relevant to Addiction Medicine such as General Medicine or Emergency Medicine.