Location - Hunter New England - Local Health District - Newcastle
Position - SRMO - Emergency Medicine
Salary - NSW Award
Commence - February 2024 Clinical Year.
Hunter New England Local Health District provides public health services to the Hunter, New England and Lower Mid North Coast regions of New South Wales. With a dedication to Excellence - Every Patient, Every Time - staff are dedicated to make a genuine difference to the health and wellbeing of the communities they serve.
Care and support is provided across 27 hospitals; 11 multipurpose centres; 43 community health clinics offering services in Children's Health, Mental Health, Oral Health, Allied Health, Nursing and Midwifery to name a few - in addition to non-clinical services.
Newcastle is located on the east coast of New South Wales (NSW) and is just over two hours by car from Sydney. Meeting people in Newcastle will be easy, as a day at the beach will have you mixing and swimming with all the locals! Newcastle has many beach locations to choose from. Locals frequent Nobbys Beach, Newcastle Beach, Bar Beach, Dixon Park Beach, Merewether Beach, Stockton Beach and Horseshoe Beach. A day at Nobbys might start with a swim and finish with an afternoon walk around the Newcastle Lighthouse. Otherwise, if you've relocated with a four-legged friend, a trip to Horseshoe Beach might suit you better, as the beach is pet friendly. It's time to soak up the wonderful Newcastle weather and enjoy the natural wonders of NSW!
When you join HNE Health you align with a workforce of seventeen thousand people providing services to over 920,000 people including 23% of the state's Aboriginal population. With opportunities to develop your skills, increase your knowledge and achieve professional growth we can cater to opportunities at whatever stage you are in your career.
The primary purpose of the Senior Resident Medical Officer (SRMO) in the Emergency Department is to provide clinical care, under appropriate supervision, to patients requiring emergency medical services in a complex clinical environment. This position will provide experience in a critical care environment and have responsibilities and opportunities for autonomous practice commensurate with the level of experience of the incumbent.
MBBS or equivalent, currently registered or eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia in an
appropriate registration category.
Completion of at least two postgraduate years.
This position is subject to an appropriate supervision level which can be supported by the health agency. If the incumbent's registration conditions include supervision requirements, the level of supervision must be able to be.
For more information please contact Claire Waters +61 435 710 902.
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