Take advantage of this flexible opportunity and gain valuable experience in medical oncology
- Part-time role with scope for flexible days/hours
- Close access to Sydney's CBD, airports and beaches
- Expand your expertise or gain new experience in this field
As a Medical Officer (PGY4+), you will provide patient care utilising relevant clinical skills and deliver education and support to patients. You will assess and evaluate patients undergoing radiation therapy treatment under the supervision of the Radiation Oncologist or Medical Oncologist/Haematologist. This is a 6 to 12-month opportunity to join a team of 6 doctors on a part-time basis. Additional coverage is now required and you will have some scope for flexibility regarding your hours. Previous medical oncology and haematology experience is advantageous but not essential, with opportunities to learn on the job.
You will support a small, private day hospital seeing around 5 radiation patients per day, available to help with any immediate medical concerns. The centre provides services in blood disorders, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapies and immunotherapy. This service provides the latest technology and values compassion amongst their care team to ensure patients receive the best cancer care available.
You will be working less than 40 minutes’ drive from Sydney CBD. This is an excellent area to base yourself, working in the quieter suburbs of Sydney while being only 30 minutes from popular beaches, a National Park offering coastal cliffs, more secluded beaches and bushlands with trails, lookouts and an abundance of native flora and fauna. You will be a short 20-minute drive from Sydney airport and have easy access to a variety of shopping and dining options.
You must hold General registration with AHPRA and be PGY4+ in level of experience. Overseas doctors cannot be supported at this stage.
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