A registrar in Emergency Medicine is sought for a regional hospital in New Zealand from April 2019. The hospital has 250+ beds with 24/7 Emergency Department and all major medical and surgical specialities.
The Department of Emergency Medicine is accredited for 12 months ACEM advanced training and paediatric log book requirements. You will work side by side with a dedicated team including 10 very experienced emergency physicians. The SMO group provides close supervision for trainees with a commitment to clinical teaching. You will gain experience in many procedures and develop your clinical skills to be the best. The SMOs enthusiastically lead our weekly RMO teaching sessions as well as teaching for those sitting examinations. Rotations to other specialty services (ICU, anaesthetics, paediatrics, and medicine) are established.
The department is well supported by all the other services. Radiology has the latest CT scanner, the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, and Emergency Medicine staff actively utilise ultrasound in their patient care, with 2 machines in the ED.
The successful applicant will be living in a beautiful part of New Zealand with warm summers, mild winters and lots of opportunities for outdoor activities on land and at sea just two hours' drive from Auckland, with regular flights to and from Auckland Airport.
- Assessment and management of patients presenting to the emergency department
- Resuscitation and stabilisation of acutely ill patients
- Patients presenting for assessment or admission are seen within agreed timeframes/criteria according to site-specific policies
- Clinical investigations are ordered, and results assessed
- Provide feedback and advice as appropriate to GPs on the care of patients referred
- Patient management care ordered or requested is appropriate to needs of patient and in accordance with current protocols
- Ensures that the patient and their authorised representative are kept informed of the patient’s current condition, the treatment being received, the overall plan and the expected outcome of their illness
- Ensure all documentation and processes are clear and meet the policies of the health board.
- Meet current standards of professional practice recommended by the Australian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM)
- Enroll in, and meet the professional development criteria of ACEM
- maintain personal competency in all areas of work undertaken to meet the requirements of accreditation and statutory bodies such as IANZ, QHNZ and NZMC
- Contribute to service quality assurance by participating in clinical audits, case reviews and incident review processes
- Provide teaching to other staff in the course of clinical work and at formal teaching sessions.
- Include the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi within all aspects of the role and its outcomes
- Observe and promote safe work practices, rules and instructions relating to work, and be pro-active in hazard management
- Medical Degree from WHO approved medical school, completed Internship and minimum of 2 years’ experience post internship
- License: General Registration or Eligibility for General Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
- Language: fluent English (IELTS Academic Module 7.5 average for non native speakers)
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