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Registrar/senior Registrar Emergency Medicine

Careers Connections - Hobart, TAS

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin


The Role:
We are seeking dedicated Emergency Medicine Registrars/Senior Registrars to join an energetic, forward thinking team, and gain invaluable clinical experience in Emergency Medicine.
The Emergency Department (ED) is a well-equipped, 43 bed unit that opened in 2012. It has an annual attendance of 45,000 with a 30%-40% admission rate and approximately 22% paediatric caseload. The direct catchment area has a population of approximately 150,000 and for many specialties 250,000. As a referral hospital, registrars are exposed to high acuity and diverse clinical experiences.

The Emergency Department receives all types of patients including major trauma, with an onsite helipad. The hospital has all major specialities, including a fully supported ICU with ECMO capability and 24-hour cardiac interventional angiography. Only vascular, cardiothoracic and neurosurgery are unavailable on-site. Consultants provide direct clinical supervision of the department from 8.00am until midnight, seven days a week with an on-call service outside of these hours.

As a Registrar you will be expected to work hard, as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. You will have the opportunity to learn from a dynamic group of specialists and be supported with a mentor along the way.

The ED has ACEM (Australasian College for Emergency Medicine) accreditation for 12 months of Emergency Training, including paediatric logbook accreditation and runs a successful primary and fellowship exam preparation program, with 2 consultants on the ACEM Board of Examiners.
There are opportunities for advanced trainees to complete accredited rotations including 6 months Anaesthetics, Intensive Care/Retrieval, General Medicine, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Rural GP and Palliative Care (including the option of completing a palliative care diploma). The FACEM group run a mentoring program and have diverse interests including international EM, Ultrasound, Retrieval, Paediatrics, Wellness and Medical Leadership.

Registrars are provided with 4 hours of paid protected teaching time each week, tailored to all stages of Emergency training and experience.
The department is also accredited by the Australasian College of Rural and Remote Medicine for ED advanced skills placements within the FACCRM qualification, and offers the ACEM EMC and EMD qualifications, having 5 accredited supervisors.

You will be joining an exceptional Emergency Medicine team supporting a regional community!!

The Location:
This is a remarkable place - offering an inspiring and vibrant lifestyle, in a welcoming community. Balancing work, family life and recreation are easier in small cities with affordable housing, great schools, and short commute times.

The City offers a 'climate for living' away from the gridlock of city congestion with the ambience of a cosmopolitan city. The freshest air, the healthiest climate and the wildest places are on the city's doorstep.

Recently voted Australia's most family friendly city, low cost of living, great food and sporting amenities and an amazing bang for your dollar in the property sector.

Skills & Qualifications required:
Desirable Requirements:

  • Evidence of current Advanced Life Support or equivalent Emergency Life Support course
    certification and up-to-date resuscitation skills.
  • Engagement in a relevant training program, such as ACEM/FACCRM/EMC/EMD or equivalent

    Selection Criteria:
    1. Sound knowledge of current practice in Emergency Medicine in Australia, and some
    understanding of regional emergency medicine.
    2. Demonstrated ability to provide services to emergency patients, including acute resuscitation services to the critically ill.
    3. Recent experience in acute hospital settings.
    4. Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team of medical, nursing, allied health
    and support staff.
    5. Demonstrated effective communication skills towards patients, relatives and professional
    6. Knowledge of continuous quality improvement activities relevant to practice within the clinical
    7. Evidence of ongoing participation and commitment to continuing professional development
    and medical education.

    AHPRA - Current registration

    · Forward thinking ED with enthusiastic and collegiate team
    · High acuity, interesting trauma, mix of rural/regional & inner-city presentations
    · Affordable living and work/life balance

    How do I Apply?
    Please forward your resume to Nicki Wade at [email protected].
    For more information about this and other opportunities and a confidential discussion please contact Nicki Wade on 02 6674 5955/0401010048.

Hobart, TAS

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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