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Obstetrics & Gynaecology House Medical Officer

Escape the everyday hustle and bustle and explore a regional city

  • Join a supportive hospital with excellent facilities
  • Fixed term contract from May 2017
  • Only a short flight to Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney
The Position
We are currently seeking an Obstetrics & Gynaecology House Medical Officer for a challenging new experience starting early May 2017 through to August 2017 on a fixed term contract. Utilising your interpersonal skills you will work in a collaborative effort with the Consultants, Registrars and Midwives to ensure patients receive exceptional care and outcomes. You will be required to participate in daily ward rounds and assist in the theatre when required along with assisting with the day to day running of the labour ward, including general management and discharges.  You will also liaise with the Emergency Department to review patients transferred there.

The Hospital
This Tertiary teaching hospital consists of 164 beds and services a population of approximately 80,000 people. The hospital provides a range of acute services including emergency, maternity, intensive care, general medicine and surgery, medical imaging, pathology, dialysis and mental health. Further, the hospital is affiliated with various established universities for the provision of placements, training and education.
The O&G unit encompasses 4 birthing suites and 15 beds which deliver approximately 900 births per annum. The cohesive and dynamic team is supported by 4 Staff / VMO Consultants as well as registrars and midwives.
The Location
With this role you will move to a beautiful region located on the banks of the River Murray.  Known for its mild climate, picturesque views and welcoming locals this is the perfect place to call home. With only 30,000 residents it offers the chance to escape the everyday stresses of a busy city, yet as a modern regional city there are a variety of events and amenities on offer including seasonal markets, fine dining and vibrant festivals. If you do ever miss the city atmosphere, however, the region is well connected with a busy airport offering daily flights to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.

Essential Criteria
To be successful in this position you must hold AHPRA registration and have at least a years’ experience in an Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department.  
Explore a new region of Australia and feel supported and welcomed by the team. For a confidential discussion do not hesitate to contact Carol Holly Smith on +61 2 8353 9023 or via email


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