Gain experience across various units including the intensive care, medical, surgical, maternity and rehabilitation wards
- Be paid a high base salary with no on-call requirements
- Leading private hospital offering a unique working experience
- Enjoy a cosmopolitan lifestyle without the hustle and bustle of other major cities
As a Ward RMO you will join a prestigious private hospital where you will find your work unique and varied. You will form part of a multidisciplinary team offering medical assessment and clinical care to patients in a variety of settings such as pre and post-operative care, within the rehabilitation unit, within the elderly internal medicine unit or within the high dependency unit. Whilst on shift you may be required to assist with after hour?s emergency C-sections or with Orthopaedic or other surgical cases.
Your roster will consist of approximately four 12 hours shifts per week (with no-on call). Shifts commence at either 8am or 8pm.
This private facility consists of 155 beds including 25 acute, 20 rehab, 24 surgical, 26 maternity and 6 ICU beds. The services provided by this hospital include medical and surgical wards, a Maternity Unit, rehabilitation services and paediatric care. Participation in education & training is via links to the public hospital.
This cosmopolitan city full of academic, artistic and cultural pursuits offers a great contrast between nature and urban living. Situated a comfortable two-hour drive to the South Coast, and two-hours to the ski-fields, this river city boasts many parks, gardens and unspoilt countryside. You can also enjoy the many national monuments, galleries, museums, world-class restaurants and bars in this vibrant diplomatic community.
There is a large variety of educational facilities available as well as varied housing options to choose from.
To be successful in applying for this position you must be PGY3-4 with at least 6 months clinical experience in intensive care or accident & emergency. You must hold current General Registration with AHPRA or General Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ).