Emergency Registrar

UEXCEL MEDICAL RECRUITMENT

Melbourne, VIC

Posted 12/3/2019

  • 2020 clinical year
  • Expanding department
  • Emergency Medicine

Registrar / DIT positions (PGY4+) Emergency/ICU/Anaesthetics – designed to suit ACEM and GP trainees
UExcel Medical Recruitment are assisting with the recruitment for the 2020 clinical year for the Emergency Department (ED) at a major Victorian Hospital. These positions have been redesigned to better provide a clear pathway either into Emergency training, or the GP training program for the region. The department offers assistance in gaining the Diploma and/or the Certificate in Emergency Medicine. The ED is currently accredited for 12 months training with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM), and is undertaking the process of reviewing to extend this to 18 months.
We are seeking dynamic candidates to join the team in an increasingly busy department. The department sees over 53,000 patients per year with approximately 25% paediatric presentation rate and a growing admission rate of 24-25%. An 8 bed Short Stay Unit is also managed by ED. The department has a culture of supervision and support for junior medical staff. This includes proactive training for HMO and registrar groups, protected weekly training sessions, multi-disciplinary M&M and a responsive positive feedback program.
We are looking for doctors who have a team focus, exceptional communication skills and a desire to learn emergency medicine skills in a regional setting. The department places a high priority on patient centred care and a supportive team environment. Candidates will ideally have registration with ACEM and/or a strong interest in Emergency Medicine. At minimum, candidates will be required to be eligible for Provisional Registration with APRHA. IMG applicants who are required to sit the AMC exams must have successfully completed both the written and clinical components.
12 or 24 month positions of 76 or 86 hours/fortnight are available for those who meet key selection criteria with potential rotations include Emergency, Anaesthetics and ICU. There is also the option of an accredited Rural Skills rotation which comprises 3 months ED and 3 months Anaesthetics. Priority for external rotations is given to those in advanced training of ACEM; based on training requirements, department staffing requirements and individual preferences.

To view and apply for this job on the web visit:

http://www.jobsingovernment.com.au/job/13083633