15 days ago
A locum consultant intensivist is sought for an immediate start and six-month contract in regional general hospital in a coastal town in Western Australia. Excellent daily rates of pay can be negotiated and depend upon experience, interstate travel is paid, and accommodation provided. To be successful in this application, you must hold registration and practice certificate with the AHPRA and have Australian citizenship or PR.
South West Health Campus – Employer
This is a major medical centre for the region and provides 24 / 7 emergency care with a wide range of support services including an acute psychiatric unit, coronary care unit, cancer centre, domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit, hospice care unit, maintenance renal dialysis unit, obstetric services, paediatric services and a dental unit.
The regional hospital on the site is a public hospital that is co-located with a private hospital, the two hospitals sharing some facilities including emergency department, radiology practice, pathology service and residential and visiting specialists. It has 103 inpatient beds consisting of six wards – surgical, acute psychiatric unit, medical, maternity, paediatrics and a high dependency unit.
The facility also contains a Primary Health Division, offering a range of services for inpatients and outpatients, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dieticians, incontinence and diabetes educators, speech therapy and social workers.
You will provide intensive care medicine services in the medical ICU supported by junior medical staff (registrars and house officers).
You must hold AHPRA registration and practice certificate and have the right to work in Australia.
The salary is paid at a daily rate which will be determined by your level of experience. Accommodation is provided locally by the hospital and A$ 1000 paid towards interstate flights.
Bunbury is a port city in Western Australia, 175 km south of Perth. It's known for wild bottlenose dolphins that often swim close to the beach at Koombana Bay. Nearby is the Dolphin Discovery Centre and the Leschenault Inlet, with calm waters and parkland rich with mangroves and birdlife. Bunbury’s western coastline spans popular Back Beach and Wyalup-Rocky Point, with its basalt rock formations. Its population is 75,000
The city is served by excellent road and rail networks to Perth. Its major industries are agriculture, mining and mineral processing. The city is undergoing major expansion associated with the expansion of its port and its regional export status. It is also a centre of tourism, famed for aquatic sports and dolphins. It offers an excellent lifestyle for anyone who wants to live by the sea with affordable housing and good educational, cultural and sports facilities with easy access to the advantages of a major city.
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