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Specialist and Junior Doctor Training and Service Roles
Globally there is strong demand for specialist / consultant anaesthetists and Odyssey recruits qualified anaesthetists for locum and permanent positions with leading public and private sector hospitals in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Middle East, Far East and Caribbean. Browse our vacancies or contact us to discuss your job search with our experienced recruitment consultants.
Junior Doctors - Trainee Anaesthetists
Junior doctor anaesthesia training and service positions - House officer and Registrar - are available in New Zealand, Australia, UK and Ireland. Training roles are accredited by the appropriate postgraduate education organisations for a fixed time and provide structured education and supervision leading to specialist qualification and certification. Trainees should register with the appropriate Royal College or other institution for recognition of training and approval to take examinations.
Service roles are not accredited for training purposes but nevertheless provide excellent experience relevant to other specialities and general practice.
Junior doctor candidates must hold a medical degree from a WHO approved school, have completed internship and hold a valid practice certificate. Postgraduate country entrance exams may be required.
Practice Certificate, Medical Licence and Immigration
Our recruitment consultants will manage the visa and professional licence applications for you and advise you of the appropriate procedures and requirements for each country and jurisdiction. Most countries require primary source verification of qualifications via EPIC or Data Flow (MIddle East only).
Required Specialist Anaesthesia Qualifications
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Hawera, Taranaki NZ
Hawera’s heart is in dairying, a fact reinforced by the giant cow icon that welcomes visitors arriving from the south. Around 13 million litres of milk are processed here every day, at one of the southern hemisphere’s largest dairy processing unit (a co-operative owned by the farmers).
However most visitors come to Hawera to visit the Tawhiti Museum. It features life size figures created from moulds cast from real people, to capture the past in an engaging way.
Hāwera is the second-largest centre in the Taranaki region of New Zealand's North Island with a population of 10,300.
Hāwera is 75 kilometres south of New Plymouth on State Highway 3 and 30 minutes' drive from Mount Taranaki. It is located on State Highway 45, known as Surf Highway 45 for its numerous surf beaches.
Rebuilt in 2002, the sun filled hospital includes inpatient beds with private ensuites, four maternity beds and a fully equipped birthing room. A 24-hour emergency department provides emergency services.
Hāwera Hospital offers outpatient and community services including mental health, district, allied health and public health services.