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09/10/2019
Unique medical leadership opportunity to shape, grow and develop Medical, Sub Acute and Palliative Care services across Mercy Health – Health Services Key leadership role based at Werribee Mercy Hospital Diverse program across a growing hospital service Mercy Health – Health Services, an award winning public health service ABOUT THE ROLE: This key leadership role will involve working collaboratively with the operational Program Director to provide contemporary, high quality and accessible Medical, Sub Acute and Palliative Care Services across Mercy Health – Health Services. Full time position, incorporating 50% clinical and 50% non-clinical duties Key leadership role within Mercy Health Services Based at Werribee Mercy Hospital with oversight of Medical, Sub Acute and Palliative Care Services across Mercy Health Provide strong medical leadership to ensure high quality clinical practices and patient-centred care Lead the strategic growth and development of Medical, Sub Acute and Palliative Care Services across Mercy Health Manage operational and human resources within the program in collaboration with the Program Director and the Chief Operating Officer – Health Services   ABOUT YOU: MBBS and Fellow of a Specialist College Registration with AHPRA as a specialist medical practitioner Highly developed communication skills, and a proven ability to engage, collaborate and negotiate with stakeholders An adaptive and strategic leader with highly developed problem-solving skills and clinical acumen Sound knowledge of contemporary issues relating to medical, subacute and palliative care programs Previous experience in management of a clinical department, division or program (desirable)   To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as provide a current Police Record Check and Working with Children Check.    For further information about Mercy Health and about what we offer, please visit https://www.mercyhealth.com.au/our-organisation/careers/get-to-know-us/
Mercy Health Werribee Full time
09/10/2019
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic team within a supportive environment and to further develop your professional skills. Advanced trainees can refine clinical skills by managing, and being responsible for, their own patient case-load, receiving timely diagnostic information and communicating directly with expert specialists in other fields. Combined with roster flexibility and senior DEMT tuition, it’s an ideal environment to prepare for Fellowship exams. Weekly education sessions are held at our state-of the-art Clinical Education and Simulation Centre. Simulation-based teaching occurs almost every month. 35 bed state-of-the-art ED opened 1 February 2016. > Part-time or Full-time advanced trainees in ED to commence August 2020. > 6 month ICU and ED rotations also available. > Remuneration substantially above public sector rates and salary packaging. > Stimulating clinical environment with broad case-mix and unhindered access to Specialists and Diagnostic Pathology and Radiology. > Epworth Richmond is now a Clinical School of The University of Melbourne. > Paediatric Services commenced May 2016. Epworth Richmond Emergency Department is Victoria’s busiest private sector Emergency Department, with over 29,000 presentations per year, over 40% admission rate and access to 24/7 cardiac catheterisation lab, theatres, stroke unit, CT, MRI and intensive care facilities. We are the preferred referral centre for major sporting bodies, major corporations, events and VIP visitors to Victoria. The ED has an in-house CT scanner and general radiology room, two portable ultrasound machines, two fully equipped resuscitation rooms with video assisted laryngoscopes, dedicated paediatric area and two negative pressure rooms. The ED services all Epworth Healthcare campuses. A VMO on-call roster exists to cover all major specialties. The ED roster is well staffed, including a two doctor overnight roster with on-call support. We have an excellent reputation for delivering quality Emergency Services to our Community. Our Emergency Department is accredited by the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine for 12 months advanced training. Our staffing is a balanced mix of FACEMs, experienced Career Medical Officers and Advanced Trainees in Emergency Medicine. Hospital bed access is excellent. Medical students are on rotation from both Monash and Melbourne Universities. Epworth HealthCare provides: > Clinical excellence > Attractive rates and benefits, including salary packaging > Professional development, opportunities and education programmes > Flexibility and support for staff. Position well-suited to advanced trainees studying for Fellowship exam.
Epworth Richmond Epworth Richmond, Bridge Road, Richmond VIC, Australia Full time
04/10/2019
Lakes District Health Board Taupo - New Zealand Lifestyle balanced with professional excellence!   Taupo is alive with opportunities….. Our aim is to provide excellent sustainable services for our resident population of 34,000 and our thriving tourist and thrill seeking visitors.  We are seeking an emergency specialist to work in our Taupo Hospital.  You will be part of a small competent and supportive team which provide 24/7 medical cover. Use your varied and broad generalist knowledge and experience to diagnose and treat your patient in ED, through to discharge or stabilise and transfer patients to the Secondary/Tertiary Hospitals when required. Taupo Hospital also provides a rehabilitation service for its local community. This position offers you: A team of experienced medical and nursing professionals Links to primary, secondary and tertiary services Innovative, progressive and friendly organisation Beautiful environment with a range of sporting, outdoor and cultural pursuits Taupo Hospital has recently been refurbished and upgraded to a modern and contemporary rural hospital.  Applicants must hold or be within 3 months of obtaining their Emergency Medicine qualification and hold or be eligible for Specialist (Vocational) registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. The above position comes with an attractive relocation remuneration package and CME allowance for successful long term and permanent appointments.  Contact us for further information:  Carleen Dahya, Medical Staff Recruiter [email protected]  or visit www.lakesdhb.govt.nz
Lakes District Health Board Taupo, New Zealand Full time
04/10/2019
$95,302 - $154,699 yearly
Job Ref: 705141 – Fellowship in Simulation Medicine 2020   Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Royal Adelaide Hospital Indicative Total Remuneration: $95,302 - $154,699 - Temp F/T (up to 31/1/2021) - MDP2   The Simulation Medicine Fellowship is a combined clinical and teaching position, comprising 0.5 FTE in Simulation and Medical Education in the accredited ACEM Specialist Skills Term simulation centre at the University of Adelaide Simulation Centre, and 0.5 FTE as a Clinical Medical Practitioner in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. The 0.5 FTE clinical role is that of working in a tertiary Adult Emergency Department, with responsibility for managing the care of all patients in the Department in consultation with the responsible Consultants, Nurses and Allied Health professionals. You will also actively contribute to continuous quality improvement and education activities. The 0.5FTE Simulation teaching role is undertaken in Adelaide Health Simulation at the University of Adelaide, where you will contribute to the education of undergraduate and postgraduate clinicians (Nursing, Medicine and Health Science) suitable to their development as a Simulation Facilitator. You will be expected to undertake a year-long research or equivalent project with the goal of publication or implementation.   Holding a Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, you will be registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as a Medical Practitioner. You will demonstrate appropriate postgraduate experience and progression through or completion of the primary examination. Along with competency in range of routine and common procedural critical care skills, you will be skilled in problem solving and decision making at both the clinical and the individual level. You will display enthusiasm and drive for continuous improvement and research, with the ability to respond positively to change.   The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.   Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening.   Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.     Applications close: 1 November 2019   For further information and to apply visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/careers and search for Job Ref: 705141 Contact: Rebecca Rostig 08 7074 0169    [email protected]
Government of South Australia, SA Health SA Health, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Royal Adelaide Hospital Full time
03/10/2019
My Emergency Dr is growing rapidly. My Emergency Dr is a tele-FACEM led service that is truly blazing a trail for patient care in Australia. Patients can access our FACEMs via a video link from their smartphone. My Emergency Dr is not a tele-triage service. Our FACEMs assess patients, make diagnoses and provide prescriptions and requests for imaging and pathology where required. We have helped thousands of people get access to the right care at the right time. Our FACEMs enjoy the opportunity to work flexibly and do what they do best.  Read more here:  http://www.myemergencydr.com/work-with-us What's on offer? • Do what you do best! Provide expert emergency care to patients who need it most • Help reduce the burden on ambulance services and emergency departments • Work flexibly, as many or as few hours as you like, from wherever you choose (subject to our corporate policies) • Competitive hourly rates  I’m interested. What do I need to do next? Send us an email: [email protected]   See what our FACEMs say about working for us, on our website at www.myemergencydr.com.au/work-with-us  
My Emergency Dr Remote Part time
01/10/2019
$155,191 - $165,178 yearly
Job Ref: 705137 - Fellow, Trauma Service 2020   Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Royal Adelaide Hospital Indicative Total Remuneration: $155,191 - $165,178 - Temp F/T (up to 3/1/2021) - MDP3   You will provide clinical services of the highest possible standard to Trauma Service patients, both in terms of individual performance and by providing clinical leadership and contribution to a multidisciplinary approach to the delivery of patient care. Responsible for the immediate, consistent and accurate assessment and management of severely injured trauma patients, you will be expected to assist the Trauma Team Leader and facilitate patients’ journey through the hospital. As part of your role, you will have an active involvement in teaching Medical Students and Trainee Medical Officers and, where appropriate, Nursing and Allied Health staff. You will also participate in clinical audit and quality, safety and clinical risk management activities, along with research and continuous medical education activities. The new Royal Adelaide Hospital is the largest hospital in South Australia, providing world class health care and facilities. The most advanced hospital in Australia, the new RAH is the cornerstone of the reformed SA Health system - harnessing the latest in architectural design in order to create a state-of-the-art health environment for patients and positive working environments for staff.   Holding a Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, you will be registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as a Medical Practitioner. Having completed Basic Life Support (BLS) training and demonstrating clinical experience in Trauma medicine, you will bring the ability to work independently and exercise a high level of professional judgement and medical competence in a multidisciplinary setting. Past experience in the supervision and teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate medical staff will be ideal.   The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.   Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check.   Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.     Applications close: 25 October 2019   For further information and to apply visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/careers and search for Job Ref: 705137
Government of South Australia, SA Health Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Royal Adelaide Hospital Full time