Gain a hands-on experience in a department classified as suitable for foundation and rural training
- Various roles available offering 6-12 month contract
- High acuity and well equipped unit
- Explore the wild and beautiful landscapes on time off
As an ICU registrar, you will join a state-of -the-art facility which is led by and supported by approachable Intensivists with their CICM fellowship. You will find their support immediately available and you will also have access to various learning resources and regular teaching to allow you to perform and develop in your role in a safe and effective manner. Along with a commitment to your professional development, you will enjoy a dynamic team environment, contemporary work area and an attractive salary package.
With various vacancies available, there is the option for a December 2017 or February 2018 start and a contract of 6 or 12 months can be offered.
This 160 bed acute care facility is fully accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS). It is also accredited as a teaching hospital with the University of Tasmania Rural Clinical School and offers services such as Emergency Medicine, Surgery, General Medicine and Intensive Care.
With the Intensive Care unit services provided include advanced mechanical ventilation, continuous renal replacement, haemodynamic monitoring, Echocardiography, ultrasound guided procedures, bronchoscopy and other ICU therapies.
Tasmania is known as a place of wild and beautiful landscapes. The climate is temperate, the atmosphere is welcoming and the people are pleasant and friendly. Time off can be spent hopping between vineyards, taking an adventurous trek across one of the nearby mountains, enjoying the rugged coastline or simply packing a picnic of local produce and enjoying the surrounding gardens, parklands and nature reserves. This region offers a brilliant lifestyle for families, with affordable housing, excellent access and a choice of education located within a strong and vibrant urban centre. The work/life balance will ensure that you have the best of both worlds.
With AHPRA General Registration or eligibility for AHPRA provisional registration with experience from a comparable heath care system, this non-training role will allow you to gain a hands-on experience in a high-acuity Intensive care unit.
Develop yours skills and knowledge in a supportive environment . Apply now or contact Steph for a confidential discussion today.