This is an exciting and challenging role for a physician who likes to combine anaesthesia and general practice skills. The District Medical Officer practises independently and in a variety of settings using skills in anaesthesia (including obstetric and paediatric anaesthesia), emergency medicine and primary healthcare.
The District Medical Officer, anaesthetics proceduralist position provides clinical service to the hospital as well as outreach clinics in surrounding remote communities. This position reports to and is supported by the Senior Medical Officer at each site. The successful candidate will be rostered to clinical duties in the Emergency Department and/or GP clinics at each hospital as well as being rostered to a 1:3 anaesthetics roster.
•Provide general practice services in hospital and clinic settings
•Provide emergency services in hospital based ED
•Anaesthesia services in hospital for adults and children including obstetric anaesthesia
•WHO recognised medical degree
•Eligible for registration with Medical Board of Australia
•Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) or Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General
•Anaesthesia postgraduate qualification
•Minimum requirement of 12 years experience in general practice environment, and be capable of independent practice. Experience in rural hospital settings desired.
•$414,416 -$456,027 per annum
•Rental and travel subsidies
•Bonus after 3 years service
•CME and professional development opportunities