Connecting...

Emergency Department Registrar / Senior Registrar

Job details

Location: Melbourne
Job Type: Permanent
Discipline:
Reference: 58337
Posted: about 2 months ago
Date Range:

Job description

  • Eligible IMGs encouraged to apply, excellent support
  • Teaching Hospital
  • Public Hospital

 

The Position

This is an incredible opportunity to work as an Emergency Registrar / Senior Registrar at one of Victoria’s largest facilities.  The role will provide clinical support to the service across all elements of patient care and to enable the individual to progress their training in Emergency Medicine.

 

Seeking Senior Registrars/Registrars within the Emergency Department.  These positions will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through ICU, anaesthetics and specialty departments.

 

It is suitable for a doctor who have SIMG training and requires a period of consultant supervision to obtain further qualifications in Australia.

 

The Location

Situated within a 90-minute drive from the bustling Melbourne, this location serves as the economic hub of the Central Highlands. This area is synonymous with great culinary offerings and fine wines and boasts some of Australia’s finest grammar schools. The city offers a blend of urban and rural living, an array of amenities and is a prominent tourist destination. Combine this with its bustling arts and culture scene, fine food and wine, and acclaimed festivals and attractions, and you have a solid foundation off which to build your new life.

 

The Facility

This 300+ bed health service is the major healthcare provider in the region and is the principle referral hospital for the entire region.  It provides general and specialty medical and surgical services, emergency and intensive care, residential aged care, rehabilitation, oncology, mental health, maternity, paediatric services, and Hospital in the Home (HITH).

 

The department manages more than 60,000 patients annually, with around 25% of them being paediatric cases. Additionally, there is a steady increase in admissions, which currently stands at 24-25%. Furthermore, the department oversees a 12-bed Short Stay Unit under the ED's purview.

The department fosters a culture of supervision and support for junior medical staff. This includes providing proactive training opportunities for Hospital Medical Officers (HMO) and Registrars, offering protected weekly training sessions, conducting multi-disciplinary morbidity and mortality (M&M) meetings, and implementing a responsive and constructive feedback program.

 

The facility is undertaking major investments, the new tower – set for completion in 2027 – will include a new emergency department, women and children’s hub, state-of-the-art theatre suite, 100 additional inpatient and short stay beds and the new helipad.

 

Eligibility

1. General, Provisional or limited registration with AHPRA or eligible to obtain 

2. IMG’s that have completed at least the AMC MCQ (part 1) or completed both AMC 1 & 2 (clinical exam)

3. IMG’s eligible via the Competent Authority Pathway (training in the UK, USA, NZ, Canada or Ireland)

4. IMG’s assessed by ACEM College as partially or substantially comparable (doctors currently interviewing with ACEM may express their interest)

5. IMG’s interested in foreign training via the Short Term training specialist pathway (STT)

6. Have experience working as an Emergency Medicine Registrar

 

To Apply / Register Interest

For more information Apply Now or call on +61 (0)2 9641 2477. Alternatively you can email your application to:  permjobs@charterhousemedical.com  

 

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.