With a vibrant arts and culture scene, this unique city has a lot to explore
- Emergency department with high dependency unit
- Support the multidisciplinary team
- Join a community with a lot to offer every member of the family
As an Emergency Medicine Senior Medical Officer you will offer support to the staff specialists, registrars and junior staff to ensure the highest standard of clinical care is provided to all attending patients. You will put in to practise your many years of experience and knowledge and support clinical care via planning, supervising and arranging appropriate clinical investigations. You will offer guidance, support and training to junior staff and registrars whilst also continuing to develop your own skills. You will participate in a full roster to meet the needs of the 24 hour Emergency Department.
This 130 bed modern health facility is the largest regional public hospital in Western Australia, with links to the Trauma Registry at Royal Perth. This facility has recently been extensively redeveloped, ensuring that vital services are offered to the local community. Along with the Emergency Department, which provides specialist emergency care with an attached high dependency unit , there is also a Special Care Unit, Mental Health Inpatient Unit, Surgical Unit and Maternity Ward to name but a few.
Life in this city offers the chance to indulge in the friendly outback hospitality of the local community, whilst also enjoying heritage listed buildings and great shopping, dining and recreational facilities. As the commercial centre for the Goldfields Esperance region, the city enjoys hot, dry summers and cool, dry winters with an average temperature of 18 degrees. It is a city which provides a great base to discover the wonders of the Australian ecosystem with 12 nature reserves and a vast network of walking and cycling trails to explore.
As for amenities, the population of over 33,000 people enjoy excellent restaurants with global cuisines, café’s, pubs and multiple of parks. This location has much to offer every member of the family, including weekly historical tours, market days, Spring and Christmas festivals as well as the chance to dress up for a day at the races. With a host of education options and a thriving housing market, the opportunities are endless in this vibrant and unique WA location.
To be successful in your application, you must hold Fellowship with the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (FACEM) and have AHPRA General Specialist registration. Alternatively, you will hold FACEM equivalent and be eligible for registration with experience from a comparable country.
Become a valued member of this multidisciplinary team and help ensure the highest quality of care is always achieved. Apply now or contact Steph for a no-obligation discussion today on +61 2 8353 9024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.