Make a real difference as the department transitions to a Critical Care Unit
- Liaise with and support a multidisciplinary team
- Leading Private Hospital with values of healing and respect
- Escape big city stresses but enjoy the same amenities
An exciting opportunity has become available for a dynamic and hardworking Career Medical Officer to join the High Dependency Unit as it transitions to a Critical Care Unit. Working to assist the CEO and Director of Clinical Services through this transition, you will also provide medical assessment and clinical care to patients within both the critical care unit as well as the cardiac catheter laboratory, surgical, medical and palliative care units as required. Providing clinical supervision and support to medical students as required, you yourself will report to the Consultant Specialist who is the principle treating practitioner of the patient.
This leading private hospital provides a diverse range of services to a large regional catchment population alongside its partner hospital within the same city. Specialising in rehabilitation, endoscopy, surgical and advanced care of more critical patients, first class medical and pastoral care is offered to patients and their families throughout. As a Catholic Health, Community and Aged Care provider the vision of being a continuing source of healing, hope and nurturing is recognised and strived for.
Based in one of Australia’s most relaxing and unique cities, you will find yourself surrounded by dramatic landscapes, pristine beaches and rainforests filled with adventure. Just 10 minutes’ walk from the CBD and you can enjoy walking trails, an outdoor swimming pool and picnic spots with fantastic views, or you can venture further afield and enjoy hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and surfing to name but a few.
With a tranquil atmosphere free from common city stresses, you will still find the same great amenities such as shopping and entertainment venues, restaurants, cafes and other eateries. This city is just an hour’s flight from Melbourne and offers great career and lifestyle advantages. Housing is affordable and the education system is of a high quality with access to a range of schools, colleges and the University of Tasmania.
With many years medical experience since completing your degree and with AHPRA General registration, you will be ready to join this welcoming health service where you can make a real difference as they transition to a Critical Care Unit. You will provide professional support to the multidisciplinary team and communicate professionally and empathically with patients and their families.
Feel supported by senior staff and the rest of the team as your clinical knowledge and the department develops. Apply now or contact Steph for a no-obligation discussion today on +61 2 8353 9024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.