If you are looking for a unique, exciting and challenging role whilst working in some of the most remote locations in Australia, then join us at the Central Australian Retrieval Service!
Limited opportunities for August 23 as well opportunities commencing February and August 2024.
The Central Australian Retrieval Service covers an area of 1.6 million square kilometres and performs 800 fixed wing and road retrievals per year (28% critical care), ranging from pre-hospital primary missions to long distance critical care inter-hospital transfers. The combination of pathology and geography presents a unique challenge.
You will see some of the most interesting and challenging medicine in Australia, including:
The Retrieval Service is based at Alice Springs Hospital, providing us with the opportunity to follow the entire patient journey from the first point of contact by phone, through retrieval to hospital admission and discharge. Our Registrars have the unique opportunity to work in the Medical Retrieval and Consultation Centre (MRaCC), taking calls from remote clinics as well as cattle stations, mines and roadhouses with supervision and support from Medical Retrieval Consultants, and gaining experience in the clinical co-ordination aspects of PHRM.
We offer weekly paid teaching and the opportunity to contribute towards research, audit and service improvement projects.
We are accredited for the Retrieval component of the DipPHRM.
The opportunity to put your clinical skills to the test in remote, resource-limited settings exists right here in the ‘Red Centre’ of Australia!
Alice Springs is in a beautiful and unique part of the world with good schools, a diverse and multicultural community, eclectic arts and entertainment, as well as many sporting opportunities, all within a backyard that many travel across the world to see and experience. It is a regional town of approximately 27,000 people nestled between East and West MacDonnell Ranges. Blue skies prevail most of the year making it the perfect base for mountain biking, hiking and camping enthusiasts. Highlights of the social calendar include Parrtjima, Finke Desert Race, Camel Cup, Redback MTB, West Macs Monster, and various arts and music festivals including The Desert Festival, Desert Mob and Wide Open Space.
Remuneration will be in accordance with the Northern Territory Public Sector Medical Officers Enterprise Agreement.
For further information, please contact Dr David Marcelline ([email protected]) or follow our Twitter account (@RedOzRetrieval).
To apply for a position, please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by 6th April 2023.