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Join a compassionate and team-oriented health service and enjoy your time off in this stunning harbour city

  • Base yourself in this busy city and enjoy the stunning coastline on your doorstep
  • Provide your support and guidance to doctors in training
  • More annual sunshine hours than any other main centre in NZ for four of the past five years

The Position

As an Emergency Medicine Specialist, you will lead and coordinate the function of the Emergency/Acute Medical team and provide direct care to patients presenting to the ED and provide ongoing care to inpatients. You will provide supervision and hands-on training to emergency based RMOs and provide advice, direction and guidance to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of emergency services.

The Hospital

You will be joining a secondary hospital that provides level 3-4 services including medical, surgical, orthopaedics, paediatrics, obstetrics, gynaecology and mental health as well as a range of clinical support and allied health services.

The Location

Known as one of New Zealand?s sunniest cities, you?ll have the chance to dive into crystal clear waters, sail to islands and swim with dolphins. This location is a paradise for anyone looking to enjoy the great outdoors and achieve an enviable work-life balance. You?ll be spoilt for choice in terms of cafes and restaurants, shopping facilities, year-round events and great pubs and bars. This town is the artistic and cultural hub of the region, with many sites of historical signature to M?ori.

Essential Criteria

You must be a Fellow of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) or hold an equivalent Specialist qualification in Emergency Medicine and be eligible to apply for Vocational registration as an Emergency Medicine Physician in New Zealand. If you are unsure if you meet the eligibility criteria, please forward your CV for review.

Discover New Zealand in 2019 and benefit from the relaxed pace of life that this opportunity can offer - Get in contact today for a no-obligation discussion.