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Latest Jobs

24/01/2020
(FACEM or equivalent) Rotorua, New Zealand Swap the BMW for an SUV!! We have a vacancy for an enthusiastic Emergency Medicine Consultant to join the Department of Emergency Medicine at Rotorua Hospital. We also welcome part time applications. Rotorua Hospital is a District General Hospital in one of the most spectacular regions of New Zealand. You will have the opportunity to balance rewarding Emergency Medicine practice with an amazing life style. Rotorua is in the centre of the North Island surrounded by lakes and mountain bike tracks – yet only an hour from the spectacular east coast beaches. The beautiful lake Taupo is also an hour away with Mount Ruapehu offering skiing, tramping, fishing and water sports. Getting the work - life balance right … in Rotorua Our HOD, Dr Suzanne Moran leads a friendly team of doctors and nurses working with a wide variety of adult and paediatric clinical presentations in our 20 bed unit. This is a growing Emergency Department which is focused on evolving to meet the challenges of our population whilst developing as a regional training center. There are 8 Emergency Physicians working 10 hour shifts and one week-end a month. We have 12 junior doctors including Emergency Medicine trainees. We are an ACEM accredited training department. Rotorua has all secondary hospital specialties with tertiary level care provided at Waikato hospital. Our annual census is approximately 35,000 attendances per annum. Check out what Rotorua has to offer: http://www.rotoruanz.com/ http://www.riderotorua.com/ For further information please contact: Carleen Dahya, Medical Staff Recruiter [email protected] or Jenny Martelli, Service Manager ([email protected]) or Dr Suzanne Moran, HOD ([email protected]) or visit www.lakesdhb.govt.nz As per the requirements of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014 all new employees will be required to be Safety Checked
Lakes District Health Board Rotorua, New Zealand Full time
21/01/2020
South Canterbury DHB Emergency Department is looking for NZ Registered/Registerable doctors with either emergency and/or rural hospital training experience to join our permanent staff.  We are a 12-bed department, covering a wide range of emergency presentations, including trauma, with backup from inpatient teams including anaesthesia, paediatrics, mental health, surgical and internal medicine specialists.  The ED team is a tight-knit group, consisting of 7.61 FTE SMO’s and a core of experienced and multi-skilled ED nurses.  The roster consists of 3 overlapping 9-hour shifts, (plus some degree of House Officer assistance). Considerable efforts are made to accommodate individual preferences while rostering.  We are open to possibly considering applications from those seeking part-time (minimum of 0.5FTE), as much as a full-time engagement. A major advantage here is the roster has NO night shift and NO afterhours 'on call' requirement and operates on a 6-week cycle, thereby allowing a significant degree of predictability for planning one’s personal commitments & interests.  Successful applicants will be offered a position based on the DHB/ASMS MECA terms and conditions, including a generous CME allowance.  SCDHB has strong links with the University of Otago School of Medicine with opportunities for SMOs to become involved as Clinical Supervisors.  Timaru Hospital is formally classified as a Level 2 Hospital with 135 beds offering a range of surgical, medical, obstetric, paediatric and mental health services.  Despite (or maybe because) of our smaller size, we are considered to be a progressive Hospital, open to new ideas and distributive leadership giving clinicians a real opportunity to make change and improvements. South Canterbury offers a lifestyle opportunity second to none: this is an easy place to live, family friendly, known to have one of the lowest crime rates in NZ, with instant access to an astounding array of outdoor activities - one of New Zealand's top ten rated beaches, a number of ski fields with both learner and advanced slopes, lakes and mountains – (the iconic ‘McKenzie Country’ is on our doorstep).  When it comes to public amenities you are spoilt for choice with multiple golf courses, modern aquatic/gym facility and an excellent array of sporting venues.  The climate is great: hot summers, crisp winters, there is no such thing as a commute to work, great properties, including lifestyle blocks, are still affordable and primary and secondary educational facilities are superb with two internationally renowned Universities within two hours’ drive.   Currently the South Canterbury region boasts the lowest unemployment rate in NZ, thus optimising the potential opportunities across a range of professions for partners to also seek employment locally. Please apply for this vacancy online at https://scdhb.careercentre.net.nz/job/emergency-medicine-rural-hospital-medicine-specialist/timaru-hospital/10807 If you have any questions regarding this role please contact our Human Resource Department by phoning +64 3 687-2341. Closing date: OPEN (2020) Please be aware, if you are an overseas candidate that as of November 2017 The Medical Council of New Zealand (the Council) introduced a new method of primary source verification using the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates’ Electronic Portfolio of International Credentials (ECFMG’s EPIC) service. Being certified through EPIC is now compulsory and we therefore recommend that applicants have registered their professional credentials with EPIC.  https://epic.ecfmgepic.org/Registration.aspx   Please visit the NZMC website for more details about these changes and the other requirements needed to be met toward gaining NZ Registration. https://www.mcnz.org.nz/get-registered/
South Canterbury DHB Timaru, New Zealand Full time
21/01/2020
$180,450 - $252,607 yearly
Positions available now for medical retrieval consultants and fellows ( full and part-time). Located in the middle of Australia, based in Alice Springs, the Central Australian retrieval service offers a unique opportunity to practice retrieval medicine in a remote and harsh environment. We are looking for retrieval consultants and fellows, who are interested in furthering their skills and working with our team to provide critical care to patients within our 1.6 million square kilometre catchment area. Launched in February 2018, the Alice Springs Hospital commenced a new streamlined model for retrieval medicine in Central Australia. The Medical Retrieval and Consultation Centre (MRaCC) is staffed by critical care specialists, and located on campus between the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit. The MRaCC provides a single point of contact for remote practitioners to access expert clinical advice, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Co-location within the hospital allows the service to maintain strong working relationships with inpatient teams, facilitating good communication and integrated patient care.  Alice Springs hospital is a ~ 200 bed facility, with a busy mixed Emergency Department seeing 49000+ presentations per year. It is the only major receiving hospital in the area, Whilst patients needing specific tertiary services are transferred to either Adelaide or Darwin, most critical care patients are managed locally. You will see some of the most interesting and challenging medicine in Australia, and have the unique opportunity to follow the entire patient’s journey from the initial phone call, to hospital discharge. You will be required to: Provide high level clinical advice to remote staff managing patients in the community. Navigate complex logistics, risk assessments and prioritise competing clinical demands on the retrieval service. Undertake clinical retrieval shifts. Contribute to ongoing service development and education programs.  Benefits include: CME paid fortnightly Salary packaging Payment of relocation costs Specialist Private Practice Allowance Requirements Minimum: 6 months retrieval experience in another service or commitment to 3-6 months of clinical retrieval shifts prior transitioning to the MRaCC. Current AHPRA and Specialist registration in Emergency, ICU, Anaesthetics or Remote and Rural Medicine. Clinical proficiency in emergency and critical care medicine; including trauma management  High attention to detail, with excellent time management, teamwork and communication skills. Flexibility, adaptability and initiative to contribute to a developing service and its challenges. Ability to work safely in complex cross-cultural environments. Average fitness and ability to tolerate environmental stressors. On commencement, if new to the Central Australian Retrieval Service, you will be required to undertake and period of clinical induction and supervised co-ordination training.
Central Australian Retrieval Service Alice Springs Hospital, The Gap NT, Australia Full time
20/01/2020
Be part of the future of emergency specialist care.  Remote working positions Flexible hours - full-time or part-time available Expanding business with ambitious plans for growth My Emergency Doctor is the leading Australian telemedicine service redefining emergency medical care. We are Australia’s first telemedicine service exclusively staffed by Fellows of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (FACEMs). Established in 2016, our FACEMs have managed more than 30,000 calls for emergency care, anytime and from anywhere.  Hospitals, urgent care centres and ambulance services call on us as specialists in acute care to help manage overflow when they are at capacity, or when advice is needed for a patient who becomes acutely unwell, often after hours. We partner with rural and remote healthcare services and with Primary Health Networks to ensure Australians have access to an emergency specialist whenever they call, and wherever they are. We are looking for Tele-FACEMs to join our growing team. As a consulting FACEM with us, you will work collaboratively with a dedicated support team to deliver telemedicine consultations via telephone or video call (facilitated by our app). Emergency specialists across Australia and around the world are joining My Emergency Doctor and discovering that: - We are changing the way emergency care can be delivered.  Be part of a team that believes in collaborating to deliver the best outcomes for patients, their families and healthcare services. - We are growing.  If you are looking for a long-term opportunity, with career advancement and the potential for industry leading benefits and equity in return, explore ways to grow with us.  - We offer flexibility.  Our FACEMs typically work part-time with us while maintaining a public hospital appointment. Talk to us about week-on, week-off and part-time opportunities.  - Our specialists are well remunerated.  We also provide training and support so that you can connect and consult with ease.  Our emergency specialists pride themselves on delivering care via telemedicine in addition to their hospital appointments. Many continue to hold positions on hospital boards as directors and/or medical advisors. To be successful, you must have fellowship with ACEM. We are a company built on excellence, achievement and leadership, and with a purpose of bringing the best possible emergency care to patients, wherever they are. If a bright future alongside leaders who are changing the practice of emergency medicine in Australia excites you, please get in touch.  For further information about My Emergency Doctor please visit  https://www.myemergencydr.com/work-with-us/ .   For more information about this position or to apply please contact Fergus McManus, Talent Acquisition Specialist, on  1800 123 633 . Alternatively, email  [email protected]  
My Emergency Doctor Remote Part time
20/01/2020
Be part of the future of emergency specialist care.  Remote working positions Flexible hours - full-time or part-time available Expanding business with ambitious plans for growth My Emergency Doctor is the leading Australian telemedicine service redefining emergency medical care. We are Australia’s first telemedicine service exclusively staffed by Fellows of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (FACEMs). Established in 2016, our FACEMs have managed more than 30,000 calls for emergency care, anytime and from anywhere.  Hospitals, urgent care centres and ambulance services call on us as specialists in acute care to help manage overflow when they are at capacity, or when advice is needed for a patient who becomes acutely unwell, often after hours. We partner with rural and remote healthcare services and with Primary Health Networks to ensure Australians have access to an emergency specialist whenever they call, and wherever they are. We are looking for Tele-FACEMs to join our growing team. As a consulting FACEM with us, you will work collaboratively with a dedicated support team to deliver telemedicine consultations via telephone or video call (facilitated by our app). Emergency specialists across Australia and around the world are joining My Emergency Doctor and discovering that: - We are changing the way emergency care can be delivered.  Be part of a team that believes in collaborating to deliver the best outcomes for patients, their families and healthcare services. - We are growing.  If you are looking for a long-term opportunity, with career advancement and the potential for industry leading benefits and equity in return, explore ways to grow with us.  - We offer flexibility.  Our FACEMs typically work part-time with us while maintaining a public hospital appointment. Talk to us about week-on, week-off and part-time opportunities.  - Our specialists are well remunerated.  We also provide training and support so that you can connect and consult with ease.  Our emergency specialists pride themselves on delivering care via telemedicine in addition to their hospital appointments. Many continue to hold positions on hospital boards as directors and/or medical advisors. To be successful, you must have fellowship with ACEM. New FACEMs are encouraged to apply. We are a company built on excellence, achievement and leadership, and with a purpose of bringing the best possible emergency care to patients, wherever they are. If a bright future alongside leaders who are changing the practice of emergency medicine in Australia excites you, please get in touch.  For further information about My Emergency Doctor please visit  https://www.myemergencydr.com/work-with-us/ .   For more information about this position or to apply please contact Fergus McManus, Talent Acquisition Specialist, on  1800 123 633   or   +61 (0)433 149 842 . Alternatively, email  [email protected]  
My Emergency Doctor Remote Part time
15/01/2020
This is an exciting opportunity to join the dynamic Monash Health Emergency Physician team on a permanent part time basis at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton campus. The vacancy is for 9.5 hours permanent weekend shifts. The successful applicant(s) will be given a unique opportunity to shape and build the delivery of emergency care in the tertiary centre of Monash Health. The role will sit within the adult department of the Clayton campus, which has a number of key improvements this year. We are implementing a new mental health and AOD model of care, staging and rebuilding a new department. This opportunity will suit an emergency physician with the vision and enthusiasm to providing the best emergency patient centred care through innovation, communication, people development, teamwork and information technology. About Monash Health Monash Health is an impressive organisation of seven public hospitals, 21 community health sites, five aged care facilities, university affiliated international research and tertiary education. We provide healthcare for the entire lifespan from pre-birth to palliative care and all stages in between, and we have recently opened the new 230-bed Monash Children's Hospital. About Monash Doctors There are more than 900 Junior Medical staff positions at Monash Health in over 200 medical specialties, to help grow your career. We offer unparalleled opportunities in Victoria's largest & most clinically diverse teaching health service. What we offer: Salary packaging Onsite staff parking Discounted banking (BankVic) Onsite Gym Access to professional development courses and seminars What you need: current registrations such as AHPRA Other specific registrations or checks such as or working with children's check Specific qualifications Previous experience How to Apply Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles. Preferred candidates will require a clear Police Check and a current Working with Children's Check prior to any offers of employment being made. As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview. Please note, applications will be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered. To view the full position description and to APPLY NOW, click here
Monash Health Monash Medical Centre , 240 Clayton Road, Clayton VIC, Australia Part time
15/01/2020
$161,766 - $169,854 yearly
An opportunity has arisen for a paediatric emergency senior trainee or junior PEM consultant to undertake a 6-12 month post in the newest tertiary paediatric ED in Australia as the PEM Medical education/simulation Fellow. The Fellow would have clinical responsibilities working on the consultant clinical roster (50%) with opportunities to refine and develop leadership skills, while working with the dynamic team in ED. They would work closely with the ED consultant teaching leadership to develop and managing a paediatric emergency course incorporating simulation and the RACP PEM curriculum with the aid of the “state of the art” simulation centre at Perth Children's Hospital. Position available from August 2020. Senior Advanced Trainees in Paediatric Emergency Medicine or recently qualified PEM consultant are encouraged to apply. Further information available from Dr Dennis Chow [email protected]
Child & Adolescent Heath Services Child and Adolescent Health Service, Hospital Avenue, Nedlands WA, Australia Full time
13/01/2020
Welcome to St John of God Health Care St John of God Health Care is a leading health care provider, with private and public hospitals, home nursing and Social Outreach services throughout Australia. With over 120 years' experience in health care, we have an excellent reputation as a caring, nurturing and supportive employer. Learning is highly valued and there are many opportunities for professional development. The Position St John of God Murdoch Hospital has an excellent reputation, benefits from being located in the fastest growing area of Perth and is, conveniently positioned next door to the State’s flagship Fiona Stanley Hospital. Commencing 3 February 2020, we have opportunities for a suitably qualified, competent Registrars to provide emergency medical services to adults and children within the Emergency Department. We are looking for an additional Advanced ACEM Trainee or alternatively a clinically experienced Provisional ACEM Trainee to join our team for a 6 month period from 3/2/2020 although this date can be flexible. Education  Our training program is accredited by ACEM and is led by our co-DEMTs Prof. Steve Dunjey and Dr. Julie Dockerty.  We deliberately only have a small group of trainees, so that training can, as much as possible, be one on one or small group, and very much designed to meet the needs of individual trainees.  We also have a strong commitment to inter-disciplinary learning and make regular use of simulation as part of our learning programs.  We actively try to maintain these points of difference and our trainees comment how much they value the educational experience at Murdoch when compared to other places they have worked.  We have a good track record with fellowship examination candidates. We have an all senior medical staff team consisting of a broad cross section of individuals - FACEM, Senior Medical Officers and ACEM trainees.  Our mixed adult / paediatric ED sees approximately 20,000 patients per year with moderate acuity and a 40% admission rate.  We have no access block, excellent access to diagnostic imaging, and a broad array of specialist inpatient colleagues in our 500 plus bed tertiary private hospital. The successful candidate will have: A willingness and capacity to embrace the Mission and Values of St John of God Health Care. Eligible for provisional or general registration as a medical practitioner with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA). A minimum of 2 years clinical experience in a range of medical and acute care disciplines commensurate with this position. Proven highly developed interpersonal communication skills. Demonstrates verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrate clinical and procedural experience commensurate with clinical responsibilities of a Registrar. The Benefits: Work “one-on-one” with Perth’s leading Consultants Immediate point of contact with consultants Training-appropriate casemix Salary packaging & corporate discounts Professional development For enquiries contact Dr Jason Fitch, Director Emergency Medicine on (08) 9438 9121.  To apply go to www.sjog.org.au/working-with-us/job-search and enter reference number 25094 Applications Close: 30 January 2020
St John of God Health Care St John of God Murdoch Hospital, Murdoch Drive, Murdoch WA, Australia Full time