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    Physician, Urologist

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    8 days ago

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Two consultant urologists are sought for exciting new roles developing a fresh Urology service for a regional public hospital in New Zealand. The urology services are returning to the hospital once again, having more been out sourced recently. Ideally candidates will want to work full time, but part time appointments can be accepted. You will work with the support of junior medical staff, registrars and house officers and will participate on an on call rota.

The Surgical Department has a strong track record with audit and the post holder will be expected to participate and contribute to the department’s activities including advanced trainee registrar teaching, audit and medical student teaching.The hospital hosts medical students from the University of Auckland and you  will be able to enjoy the benefits of teaching and supervising years 5 and 6 medical students, while having access to the University’s up to date resources.

The successful candidates should have comprehensive experience and training in Urology and a board certification or specialist qualification and must have vocational registration or eligibility for this.

The hospital is 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


The beautiful Lakes District of Rotorua and Taupo is well known for its outdoor recreational options including trout fishing, walking tracks, cycling and mountain biking. Lake and river water sports such as boating and kayaking are exceptional. Add this to affordable housing, good schooling and a friendly atmosphere and you have one of the best places in the world to work as a Psychiatrist.


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