Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Starting August 2nd 2021, we have a rarely available Obstetric and Gynaecology Registrar position in an idyllic setting. The post is a RANZCOG recognised Advanced Trainee position, however we would also welcome other applicants. You will enjoy a high level of support and training from the Obstetric &Gynaecology Consultants and other senior medical staff, and will also have the opportunity to teach SHOs and students. As the  trainee you will undertake directly and indirectly supervised clinics, and attend at least two theatre sessions per week to consolidate experience in major and advanced Gynaecological procedures (including abdominal, vaginal and minimal access surgery), as well as undertaking general ward work.

The after hours on-call component of this role will be aligned to the O&G consultant’s on-call roster with the appropriate consultant support, and on call is one in five nights and week ends.

The role is based in the Main Hospital Campus,  a large organisation (1,500 staff) operating in an exciting, changing health sector. It provides secondary healthcare services for a population of 110,000 with support from tertiary care centres in Auckland. It is a district general hospital in one of the most spectacular regions of New Zealand. Its services include 24 hour emergency department, medicine, surgery, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, psychiatry, anaesthetics, radiology and pathology.

Your roster is such that you will have plenty of time off to enjoy all that Rotorua has to offer.  Beautiful lakes, world class mountain biking trails, mineral pools and loads of outdoor adventure activities are what make Rotorua a fantastic lifestyle choice. Only 1 hour from the most beautiful beaches in NZ and 2.5 hours from the ski slopes.

All applications should include:- 
•    Up-to-date CV 
•    3 x referee reports (one of whom must be your most recent supervisor). .   

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