ACEM
08/05/2019
A Visiting Emergency Medicine Registrar position is now available at Madang General Hospital, in Papua New Guinea.    This position is for three-to-six months in the second half of this year, with a view to deployment in August 2019. This is a tandem role meaning you will be deployed with another Advanced Trainee. This role is a part of the Australian Volunteers Program (an Australian Government initiative) and supported by AVI. Flights, personal insurance, and a living and accommodation allowance are provided.  ACEM Selection Criteria which must be met is listed below: Qualification in MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery). Registered advance trainee in Emergency Medicine with ACEM. The trainee should have completed Advance Training Stage 1 with ACEM. Demonstrated experience as an emergency registrar, including some paediatric EM experience Proven evidence of completed anaesthetics or ICU rotation. Demonstrated experience in teaching and supervising junior staff or students.  Please find full details of the role in the position description attached. Applications are to be submitted directly to AVI  https://www.avi.org.au/ . For any queries please contact Sarah Korver, Manager of Global EM at [email protected] .
ACEM Madang General Hospital, Papua New Guinea Contractor
26/03/2019
The WA Country Health Emergency and Inpatient Telehealth Service (ETS & ITS) is an award winning clinical service providing and supporting the delivery of specialist led care to over 80 sites across country WA through the use of high definition videoconferencing (VC) capability. Using a dedicated video conferencing service you as the Senior medical practitioner, based at one our hubs, will support nurses and GPs in regional WA to deliver care for inpatients and emergency department presentations within Western Australia. As a Telehealth doctor working within the Emergency and Inpatient Telehealth Service you are responsible for providing medical management for Emergency Department and Inpatients as if you were the doctor onsite. You will work with a clinical team of FACEM’s, other GP’s, Nurse Practitioners and nursing coordinators. This innovative service combines technology and exceptional clinical skills to deliver essential services to rural and remote WA communities. You will bring to this role: Experience as a rural GP who understands rural and remote hospitals and the complexities of care associated with the isolation and distance from regional and tertiary centres. Experience in emergency and inpatient care delivery in a rural setting. Qualifications in emergency medicine. Strong IT skills and experience utilising technology in a clinical setting. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to type. A thorough understanding of WA geography and relationships between metro and country hospitals. A commitment to working as a team and promoting ongoing collegiate relationships with local GPs rural clinical teams and internal ETS and ITS Team. A capacity within your working week to accommodate participation in 24/7 roster without compromising current local rural service provision. Remuneration: MP Year 1-3 $621 - $661 per session (inclusive of base salary, 9.5% superannuation and applicable allowances) Enquiries encouraged: For further information please contact Dr Justin Yeung on 08 9224 3848.  
ACEM Wa Country Health Service, Wellington Street, Perth WA, Australia Full time
28/02/2019
Albury Wodonga Health is seeking Emergency Medicine Registrars to work in its Emergency Department. The Opportunity The Emergency Department is newly accredited with ACEM for 6 months. This position is well suited for pre-primary as well as advanced ACEM trainees.   We provide an excellent environment to develop your skills as you make the transition to becoming an Emergency Physician. The team includes a friendly and dynamic group of specialists who provide on the floor supervision. Their focus is on delivering high quality clinical care that exceeds patients’ expectations. The teaching opportunities are enthusiastically utilised and a comprehensive approach to Workplace Based Assessments (WBA) making it easy to obtain the required number for training purposes.   Protected registrar teaching time is rostered weekly. We also offer mentoring which is beneficial to foster your career development, job satisfaction and work life balance.   The successful applicant will: Have completed the Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent with at least 2 years clinical experience. Have current and relevant registration with AHPRA. Be a member of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM). Be passionate about patient care and achieving high quality medical outcomes. Have well-developed and effective cross-department relationship management skills with high level time management, problem solving and communication (both written and verbal) skills.  The Department The Emergency Department has approximately 60,000 presentations per year with an admission rate of 20% and paediatric presentations of 25%. Albury Wodonga Health is the Regional Trauma Referral Centre dealing with the full spectrum of Emergency Care with trauma and resuscitation. We have a strong and innovative clinical practice with ongoing development of point of care clinical ultrasound, procedural sedation, non-invasive and invasive ventilation, and toxicology and a highly developed research unit. The Emergency Department enjoys close working relationships with other specialities within the organisation – ICU, Medicine, Surgery, Urology, Orthopaedics, Obs & Gyn and Paediatrics. There is excellent Mental Health support onsite. The new $65 million Regional Cancer Centre is also located onsite for ongoing Oncology support. AWH have recently opened its first Cath lab and plans are underway for a new and improved 60 bed emergency department. AWH anaesthetics department also has 2 years accreditation. The department is also supported with 24 hour imaging and pathology services. Our region Albury Wodonga is the first cross border public health service to exist in Australia. Regionally situated between Sydney and Melbourne, it directly serves a local community of 100,000 and supports a catchment population of 250,000 covering North East Victoria and Southern New South Wales. Care is provided to our community through: Two public hospitals (Albury Hospital and Wodonga Hospital). Two community rehabilitation centres located at the Albury and Wodonga Hospitals. Wodonga Dental Clinic. Mental Health Services in Wodonga, Beechworth and Wangaratta. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services located in Wodonga and Wangaratta.  Remuneration Albury Wodonga Health offers an attractive remuneration package which includes excellent support for relocation, accommodation and professional development. The department encourages a good work life balance and flexible rostering practices.  Contact For more information, please contact:   Dr Jorma Mueller, Deputy Director of Emergency Medicine, Via Email on   [email protected] .   Or   Dr Augustus Kigotho, Director of Emergency Medicine, Via Email on   [email protected]   Applications are to be forwarded to:   Danielle Slade, Emergency Medicine Support Officer via email:   [email protected]
ACEM Albury Hospital – NSW Full time
28/02/2019
$82,731 - $123,310 yearly
Top End Health is urgently seeking emergency registrars and residents to join our team in 2019 We are currently recruiting for registrars and residents to work in the emergency departments of Royal Darwin Hospital and the Palmerston Regional Hospital commencing August 2019. Our medical staff receive paid protected teaching time weekly, incorporating practical workshops, invited speakers, high fidelity simulation and primary and fellowship exam preparation for ACEM trainees, as well as access to APLS, ALS, MIMMS, Australian Trauma Team Training and other courses. Royal Darwin Hospital is ACEM accredited as a major referral centre for two years of advanced emergency training. The Palmerston Regional Hospital has accreditation for 12 months as an urban district hospital.   Royal Darwin Hospital is the tertiary referral centre for the north west of Australia, covering some of the most remote communities on earth, with a catchment area of over 1 million square kilometres. The case-mix is unique with a young population (average age 29), and the highest per capita rates of acute rheumatic fever, TB, blunt and penetrating trauma in Australia. Royal Darwin Hospital also houses the Australian National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre for disaster operations in South East Asia.   Darwin is a vibrant, tropical, cosmopolitan city with a population of 200,000, boasting excellent access to world heritage national parks in Kakadu, Litchfield and the Kimberley. The lifestyle is laid back and friendly with an emphasis on outdoor leisure activities, particularly camping, bush walking, cycling, and fishing.   We offer a competitive remuneration package, with relocation reimbursement, initial onsite accommodation and 6 weeks recreation leave annually.   Please contact: Adrienne Deans, Deputy Director of Emergency Medicine 0408 034 216 or  [email protected]   or   Didier Palmer, Director of Emergency Medicine +61 (0)8 8922 8888 or  [email protected]
ACEM Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospitals – NT Full time