- Escape winter & move to warm, inclusive, multi-cultural Darwin
- Largest tertiary referral & university teaching hospital in the NT
RACP Accredited Hospital
This is an incredible opportunity for an experienced General Medicine Registrar to join the busy, dynamic team. As part of the multidisciplinary team, you will provide a high standard of general medicine services to patients and be supported by a great team of consultants. There is even the option to do a rotation in Cardiology.
This hospital is accredited for RACP training.
Advanced Trainee positions in General Medicine are suitable for RACP trainees who have passed the written and clinical RACP exams or overseas equivalent. A successful applicant may be offered a contract from 6-24 months depending on individual circumstances. The entirety of Advanced Training in General and Acute Care Medicine can be undertaken at this health service for the appropriate candidate.
Dreaming of palm trees and sunsets? Darwin, the Northern Territory’s coastal capital city, shines when the rest of Australia is in the grip of winter.
Darwin is known as the most laid-back city in Australia. Situated on the very edge of the Northern Territory, this coastal community is home to possibly the friendliest and most culturally diverse people in Australia. In fact, 30 per cent of the population were born overseas and the city is home to more than 100 nationalities. This vibrant and multicultural population is evident in the wide range of food, culture, and world- class events the city has to offer. From the sparkling harbour, to the city's Asian-influenced food you can soak up relaxed vibes and balmy weather at Darwin's art and cultural events, festivals and buzzing outdoor markets.
The city is surrounded by some of Australia’s most stunning national parks, rainforests, reserves, and springs, including Kakadu, which makes Darwin an outdoor adventures’ paradise.
Living in Darwin is all about relaxation and the outdoors; it is the gateway to the outback, has classic oceanside living, big, airy houses and green open spaces. Most suburbs are close to the CBD, so commuting is not really a factor. The city has a vibrant education sector including 2 universities and numerous well known educational institutions; both private and public.
Darwin also boasts one of the highest employment rates in Australia. In fact, the Northern Territory is the fastest growing economy in Australia due to its rich natural and mineral resources, agriculture, and tourism.
This 360 bed public hospital is the largest tertiary referral and university teaching hospital in the Northern Territory and has more than 1500 employees.
The hospital provides specialist services to a large population and is the referral hospital for the region. These include general medicine, cardiology, infectious diseases, rheumatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology, oncology, haematology, rehabilitation, renal, respiratory medicine, palliative medicine, sleep studies, hospital in the home, pain management, anaesthetics, obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, surgery, emergency medicine, allied health services and many other specialty areas.
1. Senior General Medicine Registrars in Australia with General Medicine Registrar experience or,
2. Competent Authority Pathway Doctors from UK, Canada, NZ etc. or,
3. Peer Review Candidates looking for General Medicine and eligible for Limited or Provisional Registration with AHPRA
To Apply / Register Interest:
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If this role is not quite suitable for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as I am working on a number of other roles that might be of interest.
Charterhouse are offering a referral bonus of $1,500 for the referral of any junior doctor and $2000 for any senior doctor who commence a permanent role in 2023. Therefore, if you have any friends or colleagues who have expressed an interest in permanent positions, please contact myself with their details to get the process started.