Secure this opportunity for the new medical year and develop your expertise with a supportive team
- Around 28,000 presentations seen annually
- Achieve a work-life balance in this friendly, welcoming location
- Gain extensive experience in a major referral centre
As a Registrar in Emergency Medicine you will provide care to all patients presenting to the Emergency Department, both adult and paediatric, and provide emergency care such as airway and resuscitation procedures, trauma care, disaster management, medical treatment and the relevant procedures. You will be well supported with opportunities to seek assistance from relevant clinical specialties where appropriate. You will be able to commence in the new medical year from February 2019.
With over 150-beds this hospital is the area’s major referral centre, serving approximately 160,000 people. Undergoing exciting redevelopments to meet the needs of the surrounding population, specialist services are provided in Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, General Medicine, Renal Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, O&G, Paediatrics and Psychiatry the name a few.
The hospital is well staffed and you will receive support from the department’s FACEM’s as well as the Director of Critical Care and Director of Medical Services. You will also benefit from the active training programs and teaching initiatives that are in place. The Emergency Department itself sees around 28,000 patients per annum.
Located northwest of Sydney (45-minutes by plane), you will be based in a progressive rural city. If you are hoping to take a step back from the busy pace of city life, this is a fantastic lifestyle choice. Here you will find affordable housing, little traffic and a friendly and welcoming community. Enjoy farms and cafes within minutes of each other, world-class restaurants, wineries and markets. This is an ideal place to achieve a work-life balance without missing out on any of the amenities of city life, with extensive education, recreational, cultural and shopping facilities on offer.
To be successful you must hold current registration or be eligible for registration with the Australian Medical Board (AHPRA) via the Competent Authority Pathway with experience from a country with a comparable health care system (New Zealand, Ireland, United Kingdom, Canada or USA). You must have the ability to work independently in a supervised environment and work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Gain valuable experience and develop your medical career without sacrificing your work-life balance – Get in touch today for a no-obligation discussion.