Reach your potential in a hospital recognised for its clinical excellence
- Expand your knowledge with access to unparalleled learning material
- Enjoy employee benefits such as salary packaging and flexible working hours
- Live minutes away from world-class wineries and enjoy urban amenities
An exciting position as an Intensive Care Registrar has become available in a well-respected private hospital. Working across both the Intensive Care and High Dependency Unit, you will work as part of an interdisciplinary team to provide exceptional medical care to all patients. You will provide care that is timely, responsive and effectively co-ordinated whilst also being responsible for documenting patient medical records including patient history, interpretations and treatments. Primarily you will be responsible for attending cardiac arrests and managing patient resuscitations whilst offering empathetic support to families. You will find yourself supported by senior staff who will aid in progressing your clinical knowledge and skills.
Recognised for its clinical excellence, this private hospital has been providing quality services to the community for over 130 years. The hospital specialises in acute medical and surgical care, and is the one of the largest providers of orthopaedic, cardiac, and neurosurgical services in its region. A team of over 600 employees impressively provides medical assistance to over 27,000 people per year.
The fully equipped Level 3 ICU holds 14 beds and is monitored by specialist intensivists and nurses with a wealth of experience. The ICU provides support to all areas of the hospital and cares for critically ill patients and those undergoing intense surgery. Employees at the hospital are rewarded for their hard work and commitment with benefits such as flexible working hours, salary packaging, paid paternity leave and access to learning and development resources.
Described as one of Australia's true gems, this coastal city and its surrounds offer plenty to keep you entertained. With the city’s bustling social calendar there’s never a dull moment and you will find yourself choosing between musical, artistic and theatrical events. You can also enjoy a relaxing cruise along the local river or taste the sensational gourmet food in one of the many cafes or restaurants. For the more active, sports fans can immerse themselves in a match at national sports stadium, or join a variety of recreational programs.
The city centre itself is surrounded by parklands, historic buildings and world-class winery’s; or to the west of the city you can explore the seaside villages and beautiful beaches under the clear blue sky. With the cost of living being approximately a third less than that other capital cities, locals enjoy a laidback lifestyle with all the desired amenities of an urban centre. As for schooling, there are both public and private schools which are of a high quality.
To be successful in applying for this position you must have current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a Current Membership of a Medical Defence Organisation. You will have at least 6 months of both ICU and Anaesthesia experience at registrar level to be considered, and you will have the ability to work efficiently in emergency situations as well.
Join a private health service with fantastic employee benefits as you see yourself challenged to develop. For a confidential discussion do not hesitate to contact Carol Holly Smith on +61 2 8353 9023 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.