Starting in January 2022, or as soon after, as an Intensive care registrar, you will work in the ICU of a regional general hospital serving a population of 200,000 people and will also work as a member of the helicopter retrieval service which offers exciting and challenging experience.
There is an active clinical training programme and regular quality assurance meetings and the posts are accredited for training by the College of Intensive Care Medicine for 6 months of core ICU training, foundation training and rural exposure requirement. They are also accredited by the colleges of emergency medicine, general medicine, and rural hospital medicine training.
The hospital has 260 beds and provides standard secondary care services including 24/7 emergency department and is supported by tertiary care in nearby Auckland.
The hospital is supported by three small hospitals and the catchment area covers 12,600 square kilometres renowned for its beautiful beaches and relaxed lifestyle. There are great surf beaches and beautiful harbours and bays for sailing, kite surfing and windsurfing. It is also a top spot for fishing and diving with easy access to the world famous Poor Knights Marine reserve. There are also many beautiful forests and stunning hills to explore and climb.
CICM trainees may have the option of 6 months anaesthesia during their 12 month appointment (2 trainees per year).
Trainees from other specialties, depending on availability, may be offered three months in anaesthesia during their 12 month appointment.
- eligible for general or provisional general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
- It is ideal to have at least 6 months experience in emergency medicine and paediatrics.
- Prior Intensive Care or anaesthetic registrar time would be desirable.
- Salary paid monthly, according to national RMO framework
- Registration expenses paid
- No national insurance
- Excellent CME and clinical instruction
Applications: Please forward your CV for immediate consideration.