Position: Endocrinologist / General Physician Location: South East Victoria Salary: As per State Award + package Start: ASAP Position and Hospitals Details: ...
Position: Staff Specialist - Neurologist
Location: South East Victoria
Salary: As per State Award
We are currently seeking a Staff Specialist - Neurologist to provide clinical care for one of the hospitals in South East Victoria. This position will provide neurology services for patients as well as training and supervision of medical and nursing staff. The Neurologist will work under the Chief Medical Officer to help ensure the vision of being the leading regional health care providers for the Gippsland community. This position is ideal for doctors wishing to take on an extremely interesting case mix, as they will be taking over the previous Neurologist. The successful applicant will be working with a highly motivated medical team, all having a sub-speciality in addition to general medicine skills.
Based in South East Victoria, this hospital is a major provider of specialist health services in the Gippsland region. They are one of Gippsland's largest referral and trauma centres, offering medical services from elective surgery, emergency care, mental health, and many more. This 289-bed hospital offers medical and specialty services to a population of more than 260,000 people and has recently undergone a $73 million development which includes a brand new, state of the art, Emergency Department. The well-equipped newly completed ED with 24 points of care and a 12-bed short stay unit, is supported by an onsite Cardiac Catheter Lab, and Intensive Care Unit.
Known for its natural beauty, located approximately 150 kilometres south-east of Melbourne the City is a resource rich area with abundant forest and rich agricultural land. The city's cultural scene is spread right across the major townships with retail, fine dining, attractions, arts, music, theatre and sporting events. The region is a centre for hosting large national and international sporting events, in addition to a diverse and exciting range of cultural and community events.
FRACP in Neurology
If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity, please call Alex Troughton on 02 8248 2989.