121694 Medical Director
Community Acute Post-Acute Care (Hospital in the Home)
Community Aged Care Services, Greater Newcastle Sector
Newcastle, New South Wales
The CAPAC Service is a multidisciplinary team approach to provide Hospital In The Home and post acute care services in the client’s place of residence in order to minimise the need for care in hospital or an aged care facility. CAPAC is committed to excellence in client centred care in the community setting, with a focus on the continuum of care.
The service works collaboratively with referrers in both the acute and community sectors to facilitate early discharge and strive to prevent avoidable hospital admissions. Through partnering with other service providers and consumers, clients and families will receive integrated care in an alternative setting. The care provided will be safe, effective and appropriate while efficiently using finite healthcare resources. HNELHD provides care for approximately 920,370 people, living across 130,000 square kms that span 25 local council areas. The service employs approximately 16,033 staff.
To effectively manage its vast and complex network of health services, HNELHD has established a Head Office in Newcastle and a Regional Office in Tamworth. The District has divided the geographic area into seven sectors and the Community Acute Post Acute Care (CAPAC) Service is part of Community and Aged Care Services - Greater Newcastle Sector (CACS-GNS). The Greater Newcastle Sector is a part of the Greater Metropolitan Health Services.
The Hunter is a great place to live and work. With Australia’s largest regional population it has the benefits of a big city with the ease and friendliness of a country town. The Hunter offers a great environment, a multitude of heritage sites and a comprehensive calendar of cultural events.
Enjoy the best of gourmet living: Meander through the diverse dining and entertainment precincts in Newcastle. Sip cocktails at a vibrant harbour side restaurant; dine in cosmopolitan Beaumont Street; check out the live music at one of our many local pubs and finish up with late night coffee at funky inner city Darby Street.
Newcastle is known for its spectacular coastline and pristine waterways. Swim in the Art Deco Newcastle Ocean Baths (opened in 1922), or surf at one of Newcastle’s six beaches. Just 45 minutes from Newcastle is Port Stephens, a beautiful blue bay resort area. Lake Macquarie - a lake twice the size of Sydney Harbour – offers the perfect place for sailing, swimming and fishing.
Exploring the harbour foreshore from Honeysuckle to Nobbys is the quintessential Newcastle experience. The Foreshore Park provides an excellent vantage point to view one of Australia’s busiest ports in action. As a centre for manufacturing, mining, retail, health, tourism education, environmental services, information technology, call centres, finance and insurance, the Hunter offers real employment choices. For the children there is a wide choice of public and private schools as well as child-minding centres. The University of Newcastle is regarded as one of Australia’s best, known worldwide for its schools of Medicine, Nursing, Engineering and Architecture. There is also a highly regarded TAFE with 16 campuses.
Enjoy living with lake or ocean side views, in new suburban estates, on small or large rural properties, mountain cabins or inner city terrace and apartment living at affordable prices.
The Hunter is so close to everything that counts. Less than two hours drive from Sydney or 30 minutes by air. Within an hours’ drive you can reach the world renowned Hunter Valley wineries or the magnificent mountain scenery of the Barrington Tops. It also offers easy access to NSW’s holiday coast, the scenic Central Coast and has direct flights to most Australian capital cities.
Enquiries: Mr Jonathan Holt – General Manager, CACS-GNS ph: (02) 4924 6002
Applications and Information: Damien Barrett - Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant ph: (02) 4985 3157 e: [email protected]
To apply click here
Closing Date: 12 January 2020