Position: ED Registrars
Location: Western Australia
Salary: $130K- $174k package
Contract: 2019 intake
Fixed Term Full-Time, Fixed Term Part Time
We are currently arranging interviews for ED Registrars for large country health service. The Registrars are required to provide a high standard of medical care to all patients and promote maintenance of clinical standards and quality of care.
This is largest country health system in Australia and one of the biggest in the world, providing health services to approximately half a million people, including 45,000 Aboriginal people, over a vast two and a half million square kilometre area. The organisation comprises seven regions, with a strong network of public hospitals, health services and health centres located across rural and remote Western Australia
This hospital is 100 bed regional hospital with an emergency department. It provides primary and secondary level services in the areas of paediatrics, renal dialysis, obstetrics and gynaecology, cardiology and rehabilitation services. The busy Emergency Department sees on average 38,000 patients per wear of which 14,000 patients presented required treatment within 30 minutes. It consists of 27 treatment bays including Fast Track as well as 10 bed a 10 bed Short Stay Unit.
This position is for Fixed Term Full Time or Fixed Term Part Time appointments for 6, 12 or 24 months at various hours per fortnight, with the possibility of extension
The ED Registrar will be responsible for:
-Attending to patient in order of medical urgency
-Taking history of full medical examinations of new admissions and arranging appropriate investigations and assisting with medical procedures as required
-Managing medical conditions according to acceptable clinical standards under supervision of consultants.
-Collaborating with other Medical, Nursing staff and multidisciplinary team members to facilitate patient management.
-Communicating with family, outside medical practitioners, and/or community services concerning patient management
-Documenting clinical notes throughout each episode of patient care and at the time of discharge to meet medical record standards.
-Managing patients and documents with regard to risk management principles.
-Participating in after hours and weekend rosters.
-Providing clinical supervision and teaching to medical colleagues.
-Participating in data collection, clinical audits, clinical risk management and Quality Assurance Program activities
-Participating in special projects such as disaster planning, clinical pathway design, etc. as directed by the Director Anaesthesia
-Preparing medical reports in liaison with senior medical staff
-Participating in performance management activities and maintain and update professional knowledge.
-Monitoring your own performance and seek assistance from your senior staff or Consultant if uncertain about any aspect of your clinical work.
-Attending teaching sessions as directed.
-Assisting in the teaching of medical students and medical colleagues, as required.
-Participating in research and clinical audits as directed.
This hospital is in a coastal city in Western Australia, Australia's popular holiday destination, offering attractions with activities and events all year round. This location boasts of beautiful beaches, magnificent national parks and pretty waterways with fun adventures, from water sports to bushwalking, mountain biking, dolphin watching and marvellous vineyards and breweries.
Access to generous salary packaging arrangements
Professional Development Opportunities and Study Leave/assistance
Flexible working arrangements
Flexible leave arrangements
Other professional and location-based allowances
To be eligible for this opportunity you must have:
You must have current AHPRA registration or be eligible for registration through the Competent Authority Pathway. An Australian MBBS medical degree, or equivalent
For more information on the above opportunity please get in touch with Babs Dass on 028 248 2942 or apply now with your current CV.