Escape the hustle of city living for a better work/life balance in beautiful Tasmania.
- A dynamic department within a major referral centre
- Relocation and accommodation assistance
- Afforable and rewarding lifestyle
An opportunity exists for a full-time Specialist General Medicine and Gastroenterologist Physician. In this role, you will provide both inpatient and outpatient care, in addition to teaching and managing graduate and undergraduate medical students. You will join a Department consisting of five part-time Consultants, a Gastroenterology Advanced Trainee and an RMO. The Department provides tertiary services including ERCP, EUS, SpyGlass DS cholangioscopy, Capsule endoscopy, Oesophageal motility and pH monitoring. The outpatient clinic provides a large IBD and liver disease component. == The Position == requires participation in a 1:5 after hours on call roster.
This post is based in a 300-bed public hospital that offers all acute medical services. It is a major referral facility that provides general and specialist health services to a population of roughly 250,000. With recent redevelopments, the facilities are modern and functional and the staff areas are excellent.
The hospital has strong links with the local University, thus the medical school is co-located on the same campus. As an accredited teaching hospital, there is a strong focus on teaching and research and an opportunity to be involved with both.
In Tasmania, you will enjoy a relaxed and enviable lifestyle where a flourishing café culture comes hand in hand with a welcoming community and an amazing array of outdoor pursuits. Whether you prefer to sample the wonderful local wine and food, explore the rich history of the region or enjoy the surrounding rugged mountains and dramatic coastlines, Tasmania offers it all on your doorstep.
Just an hour?s flight from Melbourne, this city itself offers great career and lifestyle advantages. Housing is affordable and the education system is of a high quality with access to a range of schools, colleges and the University of Tasmania. There are great amenities such as shopping and entertainment venues, restaurants, cafes and other eateries. Alternatively, for those seeking a little adventure, just a 10-minute walk from the CDB you will find yourself amongst walking trails, swimming pools and lookout spots with fantastic views.
To be successful in applying for this position you must hold FRACP (or be close to obtaining fellowship) and be eligible for registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. If you are unsure if you meet the selection criteria, please forward a copy of your most recent resume and I will assess your eligibility and advise you of your options.