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The Department of Health’s vision is a healthier Ireland, with improved health and wellbeing for all, and with the right care delivered in the right place at the right time. The Office of the Chief Medical Officer provides expert medical and public health advice to the Minister for Health, Ministers of State and officials at all levels in the Department of Health. The Office also has direct policy responsibility for health and wellbeing and bioethics.

The Deputy Chief Medical Officer supports the Chief Medical Officer in the discharge of the functions of the office i.e., the provision of professional medical and public health advice to the Minister, Ministers of State and the Department on all aspects of health policy development.

The successful candidate(s) will;

  • Possess registration (or be entitled to such registration) on the Specialist Register of the Medical Council of Ireland in Public Health Medicine;

  • Have at least 7 years’ experience (after primary medical qualification) in the practice of the medical profession;

  • Have relevant medical expertise, experience and authority to perform the functions of the post;

  • Have a strong results focus and track record of significant achievements at senior medical level in a challenging environment;

  • Have significant leadership experience and a well-developed range of interpersonal skills appropriate to the demands of the post including strong people management, influencing, negotiating and communication skills and the ability to establish effective working relationships within a complex stakeholder environment.

Further information

Further details on these significant opportunities including information on how to apply and a full list of essential requirements are available on www.publicjobs.ie

The Public Appointments Service is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

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New Zealand Medical Journal:

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Join our dynamic Medical Services team as a Senior Medical Practitioner, where you'll lead our medical team to delivering exceptional healthcare to the Esperance and surrounding communities.

The is a vacancy for Fixed Term – Full Time, Part Time or Sessional contract for up to 5 years with the possibility of extension.

We are also open to flexible working and job share arrangements.

About the role:

In this role, you'll oversee the management and governance of locums and General Practitioners, including GP Anaesthetists and GP Obstetricians. Your responsibilities extend to providing professional support, development, and mentorship to our clinical staff, nurturing their growth, and ensuring top-notch patient care.

Additionally, as a Senior Medical Practitioner stationed in our bustling Emergency Department, you'll be at the forefront of emergency medical care, working alongside dedicated colleagues to provide round-the-clock assistance to those in need. You’ll be required to work rostered shifts, including nights and weekends, where you'll collaborate closely with GPs offering ED, obstetric, and anaesthetic services. You'll also play a crucial role in mentoring and educating the next generation of medical professionals, imparting your knowledge to students from the Rural Medical School during their shifts in the ED.

By joining our team, you can make a tangible difference in people's lives but also contribute to the ongoing improvement of our services. Together, we'll tackle challenges head-on and strive for excellence in healthcare delivery.

Curious to learn more about the rewarding experiences of working as a Senior Medical Practitioner in Esperance? Check out our article about Dr. Annette Hackett's journey and discover why this role could be your next fulfilling career move.

About Esperance Hospital:

Esperance Health Campus is the major Integrated District Health Services for Esperance and surrounding south-east coast region. The hospital houses 12 treatment areas in ED, two state-of-the art resus bays, acute mental health assessment room, isolation room, two private consulting rooms and a procedure room. It has two operating theatres, a new operating theatre, a day surgery unit, anew obstetrics wing with two labour delivery rooms, single private rooms, and a specialised nursery.

Renumeration Package:

SMP Year 1-3 is $344,246 - $366,031 per annum (Inclusive of base salary, PDL and 11% superannuation) – rates for full time contract.

OR

SMP Year 1-3 is $659.41 – 701.16 per session (Inclusive of base salary, PDL and 11% superannuation) – rates for sessional contract.

Additionally, you are entitled to a District Allowance on $2,399 per annum and if completing the HOD duties you will get an allowance of $9,636.

About the Region:

The Goldfields-Esperance region is in the south-eastern corner of Western Australia and is the largest region in the state with a land area of 771,276 square kilometres. The region is three times the size of the state of Victoria and just under a third of Western Australia's total land mass. The character of the Goldfields-Esperance region reflects the unique Aboriginal culture, the legacies of early mining and agricultural pioneers and a multi-cultural history of interstate and international migration.

The region includes Western Australia's Golden Outback which stretches from the rugged red earth of the Northern Goldfields and Great Western Woodland to the sweeping snow-white beaches of Esperance and the South Coast.

The coastal Esperance zone boasts a range of stunning natural attractions including national parks, Kepwari Wetland Walk Trail, Woody Island and Lake Monjingup, which exhibit coastal scenery, extraordinary flora, and fauna, peaceful bushwalks and well-maintained campgrounds.

Heading inland Kalgoorlie-Boulder is Australia’s largest outback city and the heart of Western Australia’s Goldfields region. With a population of more than 30,000, the city is a dynamic and sophisticated regional centre. The area offers astounding diversity and beauty in its national parks and reserves, tranquil eucalyptus forests, wide sweeping plains, dry lake beds, low lying scrub land and spinifex fields.

What's in it for you:

  • Experience the brilliant blue waters and snow-white beaches which Esperance has to offer.

  • You’ll become part of a vibrant and close-knit community; the people of the Esperance are known for their warm hospitality.

  • Need to travel to the city? Perth is only a short 1-hour flight away, with regional residents entitled to capped flight pricing. There is also a passenger bus service to Perth multiple times per week.

  • Highly competitive salary packages which are among the highest in Australia.

  • Additional entitlements for working in a rural location such as district allowance, accommodation subsidies, air conditioner subsidies, travel days and, generous annual leave entitlements.

  • If you are coming to work from overseas or interstate:

  • You will be eligible to be reimbursed for costs related to the relocation of yourself and your immediate family (conditions apply).

  • We can offer a range of employee-sponsored work visas including PR (conditions apply).

Further information

Title: Senior Medical Practitioner

Salary:

  • SMP Year 1-3 is $344,246 - $366,031 per annum

  • SMP Year 1-3 is $659.41 – 701.16 per session

    • (Inclusive of base salary, PDL and 11% superannuation)

Location: Esperance, WA

Work Type: Fixed Term – Full Time, Fixed Term – Part Time, Fixed Term – Sessional

Closing Date: 22/04/2024 4:00 PM

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To complete the application, please apply online via MedJobs WA – Ref 12127 – please read for detailed application instructions.

For any inquiries, please contact Margaret Smillie – Operations Manager Esperance on (08) 9079 8071or via email at Margaret.Smillie@health.wa.gov.au.

Chief Medical Officer

The Department of Health’s vision is a healthier Ireland, with improved health and wellbeing for all, and with the right care delivered in the right place at the right time.  The Department is engaged in an ambitious and wide-ranging programme of reform under the umbrella of Sláintecare, the ten year plan for the health service.  The Sláintecare Strategic Implementation Strategy & Action Plan 2023-2025 sets out a range of strategic actions to improve safe and timely access to care, promote health and wellbeing and address health inequalities.

The position of Chief Medical Officer is a pivotal and influential one which has a leading role shaping national policy and services. The Department’s Statement of Strategy 2021-2023 includes key priorities with commitments directly relevant to the policy areas which will be under the responsibility of the Chief Medical Officer.  

Reporting to the Secretary General and serving as an integral member of the senior management team, the role of the Chief Medical Officer will include providing leadership in the following areas:

  • providing structured and strategic evidence-based advice on medical, ethical and public health matters in relation to Departmental policy priorities to the Minister and the Department 

  • providing leadership and strategic direction for the national public health response to the Covid-19 pandemic

  • overseeing and supporting ongoing public health reform initiatives in the wider health service.

The Chief Medical Officer has lead responsibility for:

  • providing expert medical evidence, analysis and advice, especially on public health matters;

  • leading and managing the Department’s team of Deputy Chief Medical Officers;

  • overseeing ongoing public health reform initiatives;

  • developing and maintaining good working relationships with relevant external agencies and stakeholders, both nationally and internationally.

  • contributing to the development and implementation of policy and services in relation to the health services as a whole.

The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate a strong commitment to the strategic development of these functions in association with the HSE, HIQA and other relevant stakeholders.  Active engagement with a wide range of interests, statutory and non-statutory, professional and representative groups, as well as other Dertments and the political process will be a feature of the position.

Person Specification:

The person appointed will ideally demonstrate:

  • the medical expertise, experience and authority to perform the functions of the post;

  • a strong results focus and track record of previous achievements and leadership at a senior medical level in a challenging environment;

  • proven ability to think strategically in the analysis, development and implementation of policy actions;

  • Strong relationship management and a highly developed ability to negotiate and influence;

Candidates must, on or before 4 April, 2024

  • hold a specialist medical qualification from a recognised Irish post-graduate training body or the recognised equivalent of such a qualification;

  • be registered, or be entitled to be registered, on the Specialist Division of the register of Comhairle na nDochtúirí Leighis (the Medical Council);

  • have had, since becoming entitled to full registration (i.e. after successful completion of internship), at least ten years’ satisfactory experience in the practice of medicine.

Further information

The Guardian:

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IMT:

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BMJ:

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JAMA:

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DrCareers:

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Medical Journal of Australia:

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New Zealand Medical Journal:

For more information and to how to apply, visit: https://bit.ly/NZMOJ_Ad_CMO24

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Enquiries

This is a Top Level Appointments Committee (TLAC) position. 

If you feel you would benefit from a confidential discussion about this role, contact Ciaran Oman on ciaran.oman@publicjobs.ie

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 15:00 on Thursday 4 April 2024.

We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

For further information in relation to the Department of Health please consult www.gov.ie/health

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REQ477775 Staff Specialist in Paediatric Radiology

Hunter New England Imaging Service

Permanent Full Time Opportunity

Newcastle, NSW

Advertising closes 22 April 2024

About you:

  • Are you an experienced Paediatric Radiologist looking to join an established and highly regarded service based at John Hunter Hospital, the largest tertiary facility in Hunter New England Local Health District?

  • Applicants must be eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist Paediatric Radiologist and/or overseas trained specialist pathways.

  • Previous experience and Fellowship training in Paediatric Radiology is required.

About the role:

Opportunity to provide high quality, compassionate medical care while effectively collaborating with fellow colleagues to provide the best possible service that engenders high levels of patient satisfaction and experience.

HNEI comprises of the Divisions of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine which together provide a complete range of training modalities including General Radiology, Fluoroscopy, Tomography, Angiography, Interventional Procedures, MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine and PET.

Why Newcastle? – We have an idyllic lifestyle! We are NSW second largest city in a prime coastal location, proud to boast about our stunning beaches, gorgeous coastline, NSW’s largest Lake, National Parks, beautiful architecture and varied dining options. Just two hours’ drive north of Sydney with great flight and train connections with other capital cities and international destinations. We enjoy a temperate climate, mild winters and warm summers, everything adds to the livability of our Hunter Valley region which includes a world class university, superb sporting facilities, award winning attractions and restaurants along and numerous public, private and preschool options. Find out more about the Newcastle and surrounding Lake Macquarie and Hunter Valley regions.

Enquiries

Enquiries: Jess Glover, HNELHD Senior Medical Recruitment

E: jessica.glover@health.nsw.gov.au Ph: (02) 6767 7063

The Royal Hobart Hospital and Department of General Medicine is seeking interest from suitably qualified applicants for Staff Specialist – General Medicine vacancies.

We seek experienced and enthusiastic Staff Specialists passionate about practicing holistic general medicine, teaching and mentoring junior medical staff, and contributing to quality improvement in a growing general medicine department.

Who are we?

Royal Hobart Hospital is Tasmania’s largest hospital and major referral centre. As the major clinical teaching and research centre, RHH collaborates with the University of Tasmania and other institutions.  All our services work closely together to focus on delivering excellence in healthcare to achieve improved outcomes for our consumers, our workforce, and the Tasmanian community.

We strive to provide excellent inpatient and ambulatory care to the 250,000-strong population of southern Tasmania.

General medicine is the largest inpatient department in the hospital with excellent subspecialty support and opportunities for clinicians to be involved in research, clinical redesign, and quality improvement. Staff specialists are actively involved in the training of basic and advanced physician trainees and the supervision of international medical graduates. This is an excellent opportunity to become part of an evolving department and contribute to positive change in the Tasmanian health system.

The Role

  • You will have Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in General and Acute Medicine.

  • Contribute to the provision of high-quality inpatient and outpatient care to public and private patients of the Royal Hobart Hospital (RHH) in General Medicine.

  • Contribute to the Department of General Medicine’s afterhours and weekend roster.

  • Provide professional leadership to medical, nursing, and allied health staff and foster interdisciplinary teamwork.

  • Be actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, as well as trainee and IMG supervision and mentoring

  • Be involved in research and undertake quality improvement activities.

  • Actively support and participate in service development to improve current services and develop new services in the Department of General Medicine.

A few of our benefits:

  • Extensive salary packaging options with excellent leave benefits (including professional development leave).

  • Mentoring and support with an inclusive and well-respected team.

  • Diverse specialist career pathways and professional development.

  • Collaborative relationships with a range of professionals across multiple disciplines.

  • Generous relocation support packages plus accommodation support for when you arrive.

  • Employer visa sponsorship and support for families for overseas applicants.

Hobart, Tasmania

Hobart has become a cultural centre, with year-round art and music events and restaurants serving gourmet local produce. Excellent educational opportunities and easy access to outdoor pursuits make this the perfect place to raise a family. Enjoy a more tranquil, community-orientated lifestyle while remaining only a short flight from the busy mainland.

Experience beautiful beaches and pristine alpine regions where you can enjoy a vast variety of sports and outdoor activities to suit everyone on the doorstep of a bustling capital city while enjoying the advantages of a short commute and excellent work-life balance.

In Tasmania you will be encouraged to be yourself, to learn, to grow and to develop meaning in your work. You will have a powerful connection to your patients and your colleagues, and the community will encourage your success. Our isolation helps drive a culture of creation and human connection, which feels both old fashioned and… like the only future worth pursuing.

Make It Tasmania | Move for a great lifestyle

Further information

Salary 

Medical Practitioners (Public Sector Award)

A remuneration package comprising the Agreement base salary, relevant allowances and other entitlements will be negotiated with the successful applicant dependent on clinical experience and seniority.

Base salary points range for Specialist Medical Practitioner Level 1 at $210,000 through to Specialist Medical Practitioner Level 11 at $288,000 with further salary increments available.

  • Please note that access to the Senior Specialist Medical Practitioner salary range $291,472 - $301,349 is subject to the successful applicant satisfying the criteria for Senior Specialist Medical Practitioner Level 1, 2 or 3 as outlined in the Medical Practitioners (Tasmanian State Service) Award.

In addition, the following allowances calculated on the salaried incremental point may be available: 

  • Provision of a fully maintained private plated motor vehicle (subject to working full-time hours for at least three years) OR allowance in lieu of motor vehicle currently set at $27,535 pro rata per annum, paid fortnightly (with CPI indexation on 1 July each year).

  • Continuing Professional Development Allowance of $16,000 per annum pro rata.

  • On call allowance % of Base Salary.

  • Superannuation of 11%.

  • All other allowances as per current Award.

  • And, subject to approval from the Private Patient Scheme Committee (PPS), 35% of Base salary plus on-call, pro rata) of additional payment will be paid from (PPS). If not admitted to the PPS, a 35% in lieu of PPS of base salary will be paid.

Other Benefits:

  • You will have access to salary package a range of benefits including living expenses up to $9,010 + $2,650 in meal entertainment each FBT year + other benefits if eligible.

  • You will also have access to accommodation and relocation costs.

Details of Appointment

Multiple permanent and fixed term, part time and full time day work (with on-call) positions available, working up to 76 hours per fortnight, commencing as soon as possible.

Applicants should note that, for a period of twelve months from the date of publication, this selection process may be used to fill subsequent or similar full time and part time vacancies.

Essential Requirements

  • Specialist or limited registration with the Medical Board of Australia in a relevant specialty

The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer.  The following checks are to be conducted:

  1. Conviction checks in the following areas:

    1. Crimes of violence

    2. Sex related offences

    3. Serious drug offences

    4. Crimes involving dishonesty

  2. Identification check

  3. Disciplinary action in previous employment check

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To apply please visit: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/759/cw/en/job/1121211/staff-specialist-general-medicine-515768

Closing: 21 April 2024

For more information contact

Dr Iman Mohasseb
Head of Department
Email:   iman.mohasseb@ths.tas.gov.au

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Consultants in Emergency Medicine

  • Multiple jobs in the metropolitan and regional towns in Hunter New England and Lower Mid North Coast regions of New South Wales.

  • Craft the career and lifestyle you've always envisioned. Embrace either the laid-back coastal living or the peaceful tranquillity of the bush – the choice is entirely yours!

Manning Base Hospital (Taree) – Staff Specialist or VMO (permanent or fixed term)

Armidale Rural Referral Hospital – Staff Specialist (permanent or fixed term)

Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital – Staff Specialist or VMO (fixed term)

Belmont District Hospital – Staff Specialist (permanent) and VMO (fixed term)

Maitland Hospital – Staff Specialist (fixed term)

John Hunter Hospital –Staff Specialist (fixed term)


Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to join a well-connected emergency medicine network and make a meaningful contribution to the largest local health district in New South Wales, catering to a population of over 900,000 across the Hunter, New England, and Lower Mid-North Coast areas. Work alongside experienced consultants to provide exceptional emergency medical care to both inpatients and outpatients of HNELHD. Multiple positions are available at rural and regional facilities across NSW (locations provided below). Take your pick from permanent full-time or fractional roles, with flexible work arrangements designed to support your quest for the perfect work-life balance.


Nestled in the heart of Australia, HNELHD boasts a diverse tapestry of landscapes, from coastal havens to serene countryside. Experience the perfect balance of urban sophistication and the tranquillity of nature, providing an ideal backdrop for a rewarding personal and professional life. Achieve the elusive work-life balance in a region that cherishes its laid-back lifestyle, enjoying leisurely weekends exploring pristine beaches, vibrant markets, and cultural events. Embark on a journey where your medical expertise aligns seamlessly with a high-quality lifestyle. Elevate your career, nurture your well-being, and become an integral part of a healthcare network that values and celebrates your contributions. Discover the perfect blend of professional satisfaction and life-enriching experiences with us!


The locations

  • Taree – The Manning Valley is a natural wonderland on the NSW North Coast, featuring stunning beaches, waterfalls, farmland and outdoor activities for all. Enjoy fresh local produce including wine, oysters and farmers markets.

  • Armidale  – The picture-postcard university town of Armidale in the New England High Country, boasting heritage architecture, rock climbing sites, a thriving wine industry and easy access to national parks.

  • Tamworth – The Tamworth region provides a diverse and enriching environment for residents, combining rural living with urban amenities and easy access to coastal and metropolitan areas, making it an ideal place for families and individuals seeking a balanced lifestyle with abundant recreational, educational, and career opportunities.

  • Belmont  –  Nestled in the picturesque Lake Macquarie region, offering breathtaking views, delectable dining spots, and lush parks ideal for weekend get-togethers with loved ones. Just a short distance away lie some of NSW's finest beaches, beckoning for relaxation and exploration. Nearby, you'll also discover the vibrant city of Newcastle, renowned Hunter Valley vineyards, and other captivating locales.

  • Maitland  – A growing community in the Lower Hunter Valley, Maitland offers great schools, outdoor activities, and a picturesque setting along the Hunter River, only 40 minutes from beaches and 15 minutes from Hunter Valley Wine Country.

  • Newcastle – Enjoy world class beaches, heritage ocean baths and a vibrant social scene in this bustling coastal city just 2 hours north of Sydney. Find out more about Newcastle & Lake Macquarie.


    About You

  • You’re a fully qualified FACEM with specialist registration (Advanced Trainees within 6 months of completion are eligible to apply) or are on an approved pathway with the Royal Australasian College for Emergency Medicine.

  • You want to join an established networked Emergency Service and make a real difference to the district.

  • You thrive on making real connections with your patients and colleagues. 


    What we can offer you

  • Relocation package

  • Rural Health Incentive package – $10,000 per year (dependent on site)

  • Dedicated team to help orientate you and your family to the area

  • Salary packaging – up to $9k for living expenses and $2.6k meal and entertainment

  • Five weeks annual leave (pro-rata for part time employees)

  • Training, Education and Study Leave (TESL)

  • Superannuation contribution 11%

  • Visa sponsorship 

Hunter New England Local Health District is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. As a recognised leader in the healthcare industry we provide a range of public health services to the Hunter, New England and Lower Mid North Coast. HNELHD has strong, innovative connections with the University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute.


Working with HNE Health gives you access to a great range of benefits:

Further information

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Enquiries

To obtain a copy of the position descriptions or if you would like to express your interest in the role please email your CV to
Jess Glover – Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant: +61 2 6767 7063 e: HNELHD-SnrMedRecruit@health.nsw.gov.au  

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About you:

  • Are you an experienced Paediatric Radiologist looking to join an established and highly regarded service based at John Hunter Hospital, the largest tertiary facility in Hunter New England Local Health District?

  • Applicants must be eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist Paediatric Radiologist and/or overseas trained specialist pathways.

  • Previous experience and Fellowship training in Paediatric Radiology is required.

About the role:

Opportunity to provide high quality, compassionate medical care while effectively collaborating with fellow colleagues to provide the best possible service that engenders high levels of patient satisfaction and experience.

HNEI comprises of the Divisions of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine which together provide a complete range of training modalities including General Radiology, Fluoroscopy, Tomography, Angiography, Interventional Procedures, MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine and PET. 

Why Newcastle? – We have an idyllic lifestyle! We are NSW second largest city in a prime coastal location, proud to boast about our stunning beaches, gorgeous coastline, NSW’s largest Lake, National Parks, beautiful architecture and varied dining options. Just two hours’ drive north of Sydney with great flight and train connections with other capital cities and international destinations. We enjoy a temperate climate, mild winters and warm summers, everything adds to the livability of our Hunter Valley region which includes a world class university, superb sporting facilities, award winning attractions and restaurants along and numerous public, private and preschool options. Find out more about the Newcastle and surrounding Lake Macquarie and Hunter Valley regions.

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Enquiries

Jess Glover, HNELHD Senior Medical Recruitment

E: jessica.glover@health.nsw.gov.au Ph: (02) 6767 7063

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2 x 1.0FTE Permanent roles available

0.5FTE General Medicine / 0.5FTE Nephrology

0.5FTE General Medicine/ remaining FTE could be 0.5FTE in Infectious Diseases, Geriatric Medicine, Nephrology, Cardiology or equivalent.

About the role:

  • Join a committed team of VMO’s. Staff Specialists, JMO’s (Interns, Residents and Registrars) and bring your broad range of skills and expertise to the Lower Mid North Coast community. Close collaboration with two local private surgical Hospitals- Mayo Private Hospital in Taree and Forster Private Hospital (30 minutes South of Taree by Road).

  • Perform clinical services in General Medicine for inpatients and Emergency Department patients as required.

  • Provide clinical leadership to junior colleagues.

  • Provide high quality, evidence based, and patient focused medical services to patient families and carers.

  • Have a commitment to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health and previous involvement in undergraduate and/or post graduate educational programs.

  • Participate in after-hours services and rosters in General Medicine or as required by the service.

About You:

  • You will have a primary medical degree registrable with the Medical Board of Australia and Fellowship of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians with recent demonstrated clinical experience in General Medicine.

  • You are able to work collaboratively with our dedicated multidisciplinary team.

  • You are committed to positive patient experiences and meeting the needs of a rural and regional community.

About the Hospital:

We have 180 beds and, within this, provide an excellent range of specialist inpatient services including General Medicine, Paediatrics, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Intensive Care, Psychiatry, Renal, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Anaesthesia, Urology and Oncology Services. Current medical subspecialty expertise available also includes Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Respiratory, Geriatrics, Palliative Care and Infectious Diseases. We serve the local coastal and inland communities of Taree, Forster, Tuncurry, Old Bar, Gloucester, Manning Point and surrounding district, approximately 100,000 people over 3,732 km2. 

Stage 1 of the Manning Base Hospital redevelopment delivered a new, $40 million purpose-built facility. This included an eight-chair renal dialysis unit (and 2 chair Home Peritoneal Dialysis Training Unit), eight chair chemotherapy unit, six consultation spaces for visiting specialists, a new carpark for renal and chemotherapy patients and expansion of Medical Imaging Department complete with new MRI and a new hospital owned CT scanner replacing a privately owned machine. An additional $100 million has been committed to Stage 2 of the redevelopment, which is expected to commence in the near future.

The Idyllic Lifestyle of the Manning Valley

The work life balance! Taree is located on the beautiful Manning River we are major commercial centre of the Barrington Coast, which is situated three hours north of Sydney, two hours north of Newcastle and one hour south of Port Macquarie. We have pristine beaches, national parks, and beautiful waterways to explore throughout the region, is the perfect spot to create that coastal or hinterland lifestyle. Our region also offers a range of sporting facilities, performing arts and entertainment alongside cafes and restaurants which showcase local produce. 

What We Offer

We have a friendly and dedicated local team who will:

·         Support your relocation

·         Orientate you to your new job and home

·         Provide advice on employment opportunities for your partner, educational opportunities for your kids

Working with HNE Health gives you access to a great range of benefits:

Enquiries

Position Enquires: Dr Peter Braude and Dr Anne Knight, Co-Directors of General Medicine, Manning Base Hospital E: p.braude@bigpond.com or E: anne.knight@health.nsw.gov.au

Application Enquiries:  Jess Glover, Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant

Ph: (02) 6767 7063 E:jessica.glover@health.nsw.gov.au  

Clinical and Biochemical Genetics focuses on the comprehensive diagnosis, management, treatment, risk assessment, and counseling of patients who have or are at risk for having genetic disorders, inborn errors of metabolism or disorders with a genetic or biochemical component.

The Department of Medical Genetics at University of Alberta is an accredited training site for the Canadian College of Medical Geneticists (CCMG; CCMG | CCGM Home - CCMG | CCGM (ccmg-ccgm.org)), offering fellowships for physicians and lab scientists in the specialties of Clinical Genetics, Clinical Biochemical Genetics (Metabolics), Laboratory Biochemical Genetics and Genetic and Genomic Diagnostics (GGD).

This Fellowship is for physicians who have completed a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) accredited residency program, Collège des Médecins du Québec (CMQ), or international equivalent and are interested in advanced training in clinical care and research in Medical Genetics. After successful completion of this fellowship, trainees are eligible to sit for the examination leading to certification by the CCMG. Complete descriptions of the training program guidelines, requirements, current program directors and application deadlines may be found on the CCMG website (https://www.ccmg-ccgm.org/training-credentials-examinations/).

Training program summaries

Clinical Programs

Clinical Genetics – Clinical Genetics is a 3-year training program focusing on producing physicians competent in diagnosing, counseling, and managing individuals of all ages with genetic disease. Applicants to this training program must have an MD or equivalent (e.g., MBBS), and at least three years postdoctoral training (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) accredited residency program, Collège des Médecins du Québec (CMQ), or international equivalent). For additional information about this program or to submit an application for training at our site please contact Dr. Oana Caluseriu (oana.caluseriu@albertahealthservices.ca).

Our genetics training programs integrate clinical and research experiences at the University Hospital, Royal Alexander Hospital, Stollery Children's Hospital, and the University of Alberta. We offer a three-year integrated Fellowship leading to CCMG eligibility in Medical Genetics. During the training period, Fellows will be exposed to prenatal, adult and paediatric genetics. Specific time will also be dedicated to learning the core principles of laboratory genetics pertaining to clinical practice.

Clinical services

· Adult Genetics

· Cancer genetics

· Paediatric Genetics including inborn errors of metabolism

· Prenatal Genetics

· Specialty clinics include hearing loss, neurogenetics, skeletal genetics, connective tissue disorders, brain malformations, epilepsy, congenital heart disease etc.

Educational experiences

Trainees have a variety of educational experiences:

· Weekly Genetics Grand Rounds

· Weekly didactic lectures, taught by faculty in the division

· Opportunities to teach and interact with other trainees

· Didactic experiences within various rotations (see above)

· Presentation and meeting opportunities

o Clinical trainees are expected to attend at least one meeting during their final year of training:

Canadian College of Medical Geneticists meeting

David W Smith Dysmorphology meeting

American College of Medical Genetics meeting

American Society of Human Genetics meeting

Research program

The trainee may choose from many research opportunities in the following areas: molecular genetics, cytogenetics, biochemical genetics, skeletal genetics, neurogenetics, prenatal diagnosis and dysmorphology. Trainees are expected to complete a major research project as the primary investigator with the aim of presenting their data at a major conference and submitting a manuscript for publication.

Clinical Biochemical Genetics

Clinical Biochemical Genetics (a.k.a. Metabolics) is a 2-year training program focusing on producing physicians competent in diagnosing, counseling, and managing individuals of all ages with inherited metabolic diseases.

The program duration may be shortened for individuals with previous training in Clinical Genetics, Molecular/Cytogenetic Laboratory, Research and Elective rotations. Applicants to this training program must have an MD or equivalent (e.g., MBBS) specialty in Genetics, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine or Medical Biochemistry (FRCPC qualified or Board eligible). For additional information about this program or to submit an application for training at our site please contact Dr. Shailly Jain (Shailly.Jain@albertahealthservices.ca).

Complete descriptions of the training program guidelines, requirements, current program directors and application deadlines may be found on the CCMG website (https://www.ccmg-ccgm.org/training-credentials-examinations/).

Diversity and Inclusion

The Department of Medical Genetics (Medical Genetics (ualberta.ca) believes that diversity and inclusion are key drivers of institutional excellence that can accelerate our ability to innovate and solve complex problems. The department is committed to developing and implementing strategies to foster a culture of inclusion in which highly qualified students, faculty and staff from diverse talent pools experience a genuine sense of belonging, engagement and achievement. 

How to apply

Applications should include: 1) a current CV highlighting training, degrees, research history and publications, 2) a letter of interest that identifies factors that make you a strong candidate for consideration by our committee, and 3) a reference list of at least three individuals. Additional information may be requested by the committee after initial review.

Further information

www.medgen.ualberta.ca

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Enquiries

Please send applications for the Fellowship in Clinical Genetics to: oana.caluseriu@albertahealthservices.ca

Please send applications for the Fellowship in Clinical Biochemical Genetics to: Shailly.Jain@albertahealthservices.ca