Take your next steps in this iconic Capital City
- Newly expanded and refurbished ICU
- 2 positions on offer with flexible start dates
- Enjoy National Treasures, nature reserves and the amenities of city life
As a Critical Care Resident Medical Officer you will utilise your excellent interpersonal skills to liaise with patients, Intesivists, Medical Specialists and nursing staff to provide exceptional patient care and succeed clinical outcomes. Working in the Critical Care Unit you will exhibit clinical competency in emergency situations, whilst striving to deliver exceptional customer service. Employing your outstanding organisational skills, you will also be responsible for the management of clinical and medical issues.
This private hospital endeavours to provide unparalleled healthcare to patients 24 hours a day. The hospital offers fantastic facilities and services with the very best in health care treatment, encompassing a range of acute and medical healthcare services.
Recently this hospital has been expanded to include additional state-of-the-art operating theatres, including an eight-bed intensive care unit. An additional bonus is that further refurbishment is planned in the near future to expand room capacity to the ever growing needs of the hospital.
This cosmopolitan city full of academic, artistic and cultural pursuits offers a great contrast between nature and urban living. Situated a comfortable two-hour drive to the South Coast, this river city boasts many parks, gardens and unspoilt countryside. You can also enjoy the many national monuments, galleries, museums, world-class restaurants and bars in this vibrant diplomatic community.
Home to an abundance of nature reserves, outside the city centre you will have access to Lake George and Murrumbateman, which offer a range of activities. You can also explore the legendary mountains either by foot or bike to see the sunrise or in the winter months take an easy trip to the nearby ski fields. Alternatively you can enjoy the day wining and dining in one of cities top quality restaurants or in the peaceful wine region of Hall. As for education facilities, there are both public and private options available as well as two main tertiary institutions for University education.
To be successful in your application, you must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Furthermore, you will have gained three years of postgraduate experience to be considered for the role. Alternatively, you will hold one year postgraduate experience accompanied with experience in Intensive Care, ED/ Anaesthetics.
Utilise your prior Critical Care experience and enjoy the support of a welcoming team with this exciting opportunity. Apply now or contact Carol for a no-obligation discussion today on +61 2 8353 9023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.