Registrar Emergency Medicine - Victoria, VIC
Salary Type: $140,000 - $180,000 yearly
Our client, a leader in health services, is seeking Emergency Medicine Registrars/Fellows to join a busy department located in the bustling riverside cities. The health service maintains excellent links with tertiary hospitals that can offer educational support and also medical support for patients requiring higher level care.
- There is increasing access to major centres with flights now available to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, or simply take a scenic drive to Sydney or Melbourne.
- $140,000 – $180,000 yearly
The emergency department is accredited for 24 months of ACEM training, with opportunities to develop at all levels of training. The hand on experience is second to none with exposure to a wider ranging case-mix that is both acute and complex that will enhance your clinical skills. You will be joining a team of ACEM, RACGP and ACCRM trainees as well as several EMD and EMAD candidates that are supported by a passionate group of Emergency Specialists.
The department has strong relationships with other disciplines and can offer rotations to:
- Intensive Care
- Ultrasound special skills post.
For those nearing the end of their training time, the hospital is now offering fellowship positions aimed at enhancing your management skills to ensure you are ready to be a consultant with non-clinical opportunities in governance, education and administration as well as training in ultrasound.
The departments treat over 60,000 emergency patients annually including a large number of paediatric presentations. The patients presenting to the department will provide you with a professional challenge, and you will also have an exciting opportunity to develop the role around your special interest areas. We are looking for a specialist with an interest in teaching, supervising and mentoring junior medical staff to support the department in maintaining ACEM accreditation for registrar training.
- Relocation and accommodation support
- Professional development support
- Develop your own special interest areas
- The department encourages a good work life balance and flexible rostering practices.
The team continues to develop as they move to the opening of their new emergency department with 58 points of care in 2024.
You will be joining a dynamic new team of FACEMs that are committed to the ongoing development of emergency care on the border. The department is accredited as a training site for the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM). There are exciting opportunities to not only continue to maintain your clinical skills as well as help develop the health service.
The Emergency Department Staff are committed to delivering quality care to all patients and strive for excellence through their involvement with the Evaluation and Quality Improvement Program.
The Department of Emergency Medicine, also known as the Emergency Department or ED, is a busy department attending 35,000 patients annually. The ED has 20 treatment areas including 4 consulting rooms, a plaster room, an eye room, 12 general cubicles and 2 resuscitation beds. The ED is the regional Trauma Centre for Northeast Victoria and the NSW catchment area. The ED also receives all orthopaedic cases for the NSW catchment area and Northeast Victoria.
The Emergency Department sees 32,000 patients annually with approximately 2,350 admitted from the Department to the Acute Hospital. The ED has 8 treatment areas with a capacity to house 12 patients and there are also 2 resuscitation rooms. The ED treats all Obstetric Emergencies.
Waiting Times- All patients are seen immediately they arrive by a triage nurse. The triage nurse assesses the urgency of each patient. Urgent life-threatening cases will always be given priority and treatment started immediately. For this reason, it is impossible to estimate waiting times, as the arrival of such cases is unpredictable and beyond the control of the staff.
This is a bustling community of 100,000 located on the Hume Highway between Melbourne and Sydney. The cities serve as the base for a larger regional population and have a vibrant and diverse range of businesses and services.
The region has an active cultural and arts scene, high quality sporting facilities and a strong and diverse economy which continues to expand. Located on either side of the beautiful Murray River, an array of outdoor recreational and sporting activities and venues, an abundance of regional wineries and the Victorian snowfields are all within an hour’s drive.
Combined with these attractions the region also offers a relaxed lifestyle, affordable real estate, fresh air and no traffic hassles.
For those looking for outdoor adventures – mountain bike riding, camping, fishing, or simply bushwalking along the many rivers, gorges or hills- the pristine surrounds of the region are sure to appeal.
There is increasing access to major centres with flights now available to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, or simply take a scenic drive to Sydney or Melbourne.
- Currently registered or eligible for registration with AHPRA.
- Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent degree.
- Registration with Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) as an ACEM Trainee.
- Significant experience in an Australian Emergency Department or equivalent with Paediatric and adult clinical experience.
How do I Apply?
Please forward your resume and cover letter to Nicki Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about this and other opportunities and a confidential discussion call Nicki on +61 401010048