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Medical Registrar (Registrar Internal Medicine) - New Zealand - New Zealand

Internal Medicine - Medicine
Ref: 539 Date Posted: Saturday 28 Apr 2018
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Excellent training opportunities in Internal Medicine in New Zealand

Two Positions Available
1x Medical Registrar - To start April 2018
1x Medical Registrar - To start 11th June 2018
 
How would you like to live in a place the offers:
  • Outdoor Enjoyment, No Matter the Season.
  • Temperate Climate.
  • Tramping, skiing and surfing options a short drive from the city.
  • Beautiful gardens, rivers and regional parks.
  • Variety of Cultures.
  • Great Dining Options.
  • Lots of locally grown produce available from the farm gate.
  • An Incredible and creative Art Scene:  Think WOMAD, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Musical productions, Concerts, Exhibitions and more.

General Medicine is made up of 6 Consultant teams, 12 Registrars and 10 House Officers.

 

The run is accredited as a training position for specialist qualification for the FRACP for a maximum of two years.

 
Clinical Responsibilities:
  • Registrars on this run provide services principally to the medical wards 2a, 4a and b, ICU, A&E and Outpatients Department under the supervision of the consultant to whom they are attached.  The Registrar under the supervision of their consultant also provides consultation on medical care in other services within the hospital. 
  • The Registrar is responsible to their consultant for the day to day clinical management of the team's patients including the admission and clerking of acute admissions, attendance at the consultant ward rounds and routine ward work in conjunction with the house surgeon.
  • The Registrar should see each of their patients at least once per routine working day.
  • After hours the Registrar is responsible to the on call consultant for all the patients in the Medical Service.
  • Outpatient Clinics will be conducted as required by the consultants.  Attendance by the Registrars will be required at Outpatient follow-up clinics once or twice a week.
  • The registrar shall be responsible for supervision of stress ECG testing.
  • The registrar shall attend the Medical Services clinical meeting - Wednesday 12:30 - 1:30pm.
  • The Registrar shall attend the Radiology review session - Friday 11:45 - 12:45pm
Hours of Work and salary:
  • The average weekly hours worked are between 60-64.9 per week
  • The salary band is Category B
Come and live in the region that has just been named the world's second top region to visit in 2017 by Lonely Planet! 
 
Requirements:
  • Medical Degree
  • Eligibility for general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
  • Previous experience in Internal Medicine 2 years