Position: Basic Physician Trainee
Location: Adelaide, Metro Northern, SA
Salary: per SA State Award
Contract: 12 months from February 2019
We are currently recruiting for a Basic Physician Trainee to join a major teaching hospital in Adelaide, South Australia. The trainee is required to provide high quality Medical service to all patients as well as undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
This hospital is located only 35-min away from Adelaide CBD, South Australia's capital city and the fifth-most populous city of Australia. This city is bursting with culture, flavours, evens and entertainment. It is renowned as the gateway to some of Australia's best wine country and is dotted with historic buildings, lush parklands, sprawling botanic gardens and exceptional beaches so close to the city centre. This city offers great connections to interstate with daily flights to all major destinations.
This public hospital is a 257-bed acute facility providing a full range of medical, surgical, diagnostic, emergency and support services, mental health facility, radiation oncology unit and an extended emergency care unit. It has six theatres performing 13,000 surgeries per year and a busy 24-hours a day ED, providing health care to more than 65,000 people each year.
The Basic Physician Trainee will:
- Work close with the Director of Physician Training and ultimately to the Divisional Director (Medical), Medical Sub-Specialities for the provision of clinical services in Reports to a Consultant, within the relevant department of each rotation Medical Sub-Specialties.
- Provide supervision of Junior Medical Staff, inclusive of RMO and Intern.
- Provide medical services in to Medical Sub-Specialties to ensure the highest standard of patient care.
- Assist with teaching of medical students.
- Provide assistance to SRMO, RMO and Interns for clinical problems as required.
- Liaise with other relevant departments in matters pertaining to the provision of clinical care in Medical Sub-Specialties
-Ensure coordinated provision of acute services by liaising with the ambulance service, general practitioners, community health nurses, domiciliary care services, etc as required
- Maintain and improve personal knowledge and skills
- Complete discharge summaries in a timely manner, consistent with Divisional Clinical Handover Policy.
- Ensure that transfer of care communication be completed in a timely manner.
- Communicate with all health professionals whilst coordinating care of inpatients.
- Participate in the organisation's annual Performance Review and Development Program.
To be eligible for this role, you must have:
-Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as a Medical Practitioner with General Registration
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.