Registrar Emergency Medicine
An enthusiastic trainee emergency physician is sought for a 6 month contract commencing August 1st 2021 as a registrar in emergency medicine in a delightful coastal town in Western Australia where you will have a terrific opportunity to combine regional medicine whilst experiencing some exposure to rural medicine and learn the uniue sill set for this medical field.
You will join another five ACEM residents. The roster comprises four doctors per shift including the FACEM so there is excellent supervision and apprentice-style learning. The Trainee has a segregated five hours of formal education per week. The hospital is accredited for twelve months of Emergency Medicine Training with ACEM.
The new hospital opened in May 2013. The ED has 2 resus bays, 8 acute cubicles, 4 fast track cubicles as well as integrated computerised work management and pathology / radiology systems.
Full time (80 hours per fortnight) salary as per WA Health System Medical Practitioners AMA Industrial Agreement 2016: Registrar Year 1-7, $131,145 to $175,823 pa* * includes base salary $110,678 to $151,479 pa, professional Development allowance $10,048 pa and 9.50% employer contributed Superannuation. Rates as at February 2021.
- Registration with the Australian Medical Board
- Registered trainee with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM).
- previous emergency medicine experience
The town is located 420kms from Perth on the southern coast of Western Australia. It has excellent transport links including flights to Perth. It has 30,000 people with all the amenities of a small city with great restaurants, a state-of-the-art Entertainment Centre and stunning surrounds, with some of the best beaches in Australia close by..It's known for its beaches, such as popular Middleton Beach. East of the city, Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve is home to secluded Little Beach. Albany’s Historic Whaling Station, a former whale processing plant, now houses a museum. Migrating whales pass off the coast at Torndirrup National Park, where steep cliffs give way to dramatic rock formations.
If this role is for you, please apply with a current CV indicting AHPRA and ACEM refernce numbers.
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