Fantastic opportunity in a SA location, bringing you a mixture of country charm and city life
- Advance your career with this leading teaching hospital
- ACEM accredited Emergency Department
- Location offers a commute from the coast, country or city; or no commute at all!
This is a fantastic opportunity for an Emergency Medicine Registrar to further their training with an established and leading teaching hospital. In this role, you will be responsible for managing the care of patients attending the Emergency Department in consultation with the responsible Staff Specialists, Nursing and Allied Health professionals as well as alongside the other registrars. For acute patients, you will be responsible for ensuring they undergo a formal assessment process whilst also being involved in the continuous Quality Improvement and Education activities within the department. Other responsibilities include ensuring a comprehensive assessment of short stay patients sufficient for providing guidance for their management, investigation and ongoing treatment.
The hospital is part of a network that provides health care to a predominantly metropolitan region, with a focus on providing preventive and health promoting programs in the community, and transition and hospital substitution and avoidance programs targeted at chronic disease and frail aged.
The hospital is a major teaching hospital and is also accredited for postgraduate medical training in Anaesthetics, Emergency, O & G, General Medicine, Surgery and Psychiatry. It has the busiest Emergency Department in the area which sees about 60,000 presentations annually with a 30% admission rate and 23% paediatrics cases.
This city has a fabulous atmosphere thanks to a vibrant migrant community and arts scene. It has something for everyone including world class galleries with travelling exhibitions and public art ‘treasures’ which are hidden all over the city. It is also very well known for its amazing array of locally grown produce. The central markets sell everything local from fruit, superb seafood, cheeses and everything in between.
The city has a reputation for providing world class education and as such it forms an important part of the local economy. Marketed as a ‘Learning City’, it is home to one of the oldest universities in Australia. For younger students there is a large range of preschool, primary and secondary options offered both publically and privately.
To be successful in applying for this position you must have current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and prior emergency medicine experience. Those who are eligible for registration via the Competent Authority pathway are also encouraged to apply with the start date being set to match when registration and a working visa are granted.
With a high level of skill in negotiation and communication and the ability to work constructively with colleagues including nursing staff and multidisciplinary team you will thrive in this Emergency Medicine position.Apply now or contact Steph for a no-obligation discussion today on +61 2 8353 9024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.