Excellent training opportunity for an Emergency Medicine Registrar
Work/life balance, variety and flexibility
Remuneration up to $139,130
Temporary Full-Time (for 12 months)
This Hospital is a 70-bed hospital and offers a range of general and specialist inpatient and outpatient services including emergency, general medicine and surgery, basic orthopaedic, clinical investigation, obstetrics, maternity, gynaecology, high dependency and coronary care, palliative care, medical imaging, pathology and paediatrics. Additional services include Mental Health, Alcohol and other Drugs Service, oral health, physiotherapy, dietetics, speech pathology and outreach/community-based facilities, as well as a Primary Health Care Centre located at Boyne Valley. A private Mater Misericordiae Hospital is adjacent to the Hospital and operates within a co-location agreement.
The Emergency Department is approved by the respective college for FACEM, FACRRM and GP training.
Registrars and Principal House Officers will be supported by Emergency Department Consultants to not only deliver high quality care to patients but are assisted in career progression.
The ED Registrars will actively participate in the Performance Appraisal and Development (PAD) process and engage in continuous learning and workplace improvement and innovation.
You will support the provision of a high-quality Emergency Medicine service under the direction and guidance of the Emergency Director, Staff Specialists and other Senior Medical Staff.
Initiate, maintain and be responsible for the clinical care of patients.
Manage patients to ensure that problems are fully assessed and identified.
Plan all clinical care, including discharge requirements.
Supervise and arrange appropriate clinical investigations.
Maintain appropriate comprehensive and concise documentation of all observations, opinions, diagnoses other data and procedures undertaken.
Maintain appropriate summary documentation, particularly when the patient is transferred including discharge summaries and letters.
Supervise the day to day activities of junior medical staff to ensure that appropriate standards of care are maintained, and that junior medical staff are trained to adequately fulfil their duties.
Ensure appropriate clinical and department handover.
Liaise appropriately with inpatient teams to facilitate patient admissions.
Participate in the provision of a shift roster to provide services out of hours, at night and on weekends.
Maintain good communications with all areas and disciplines within the health service and with local medical practitioners to ensure the smooth and effective operation of the hospital.
Actively participate in case presentations and undergraduate teaching activities of resident medical staff.
Work in the gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Work/life balance, variety and flexibility.
Base salary between $110,712 - $121,941 p.a.
Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution.
17.5% annual leave loading.
Professional Development Allowance.
Professional Development leave 1-week p.a.
Inaccessibility allowance of $6,900 p.a. paid at completion of each 12-month service without pro rata entitlement.
Current General or Limited registration or eligible for Provisional registration with AHPRA.
Demonstrated clinical experience and skills in the provision of clinical services in an Emergency Department at Principal House Officer level
Current ALS certification.
License to operate a vehicle.
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