1Medical are seeking the assistance of locum Rotating RMO to work in NT
Details as below:
Top End Health Service (TEHS) incorporating the hospital offers broad clinical experience and opportunities to improve practical skills as well as a great lifestyle, spectacular geography, and unique medical opportunities. On-site facilities include a beautiful 25 metres swimming pool, gym, squash and tennis courts.
On and off-site accommodation is available at the hospitals for up 14 weeks, longer stays may be negotiated depending on individual circumstances and the location. Relocation costs are also supported by the hospital.
The hospital offers Resident Medical Officer (RMO) positions with rotations through Anaesthetics, ICU, General Medicine, Renal Medicine, Cardiology, Haematology, Oncology, Infectious Diseases, Rehabilitation Medicine, Rapid Assessment and Planning Unit, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, General Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Psychiatry, Darwin Private Hospital, Emergency Medicine including ED Certificate/Diploma/Advanced Diploma, and other hospitals including Pro start Anaesthetics training.
The hospital is a major teaching hospital located with two campuses and has strong links with the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre.
Junior Doctors are encouraged to attend regular education and up-skilling sessions covering broad areas of professional development. Departments also have formal grand rounds, journal clubs, and specific sessions such as radiology meetings each week, and junior doctors are supported in attending these. In addition, all our junior doctors receive a professional training allowance paid fortnightly to support individual training needs. Territory hospitals provide a comprehensive training program for junior medical officers. The training and experiences in PGY1 (Post Graduate Year) and PGY2 years follow the Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors.
A variety of pathways are offered from PGY2 years, opportunities for rural and remote practice are a key feature of these pathways. Pre-vocational pathways offer a general, well-rounded experience leading to a diverse range of vocational options, as well as tailored pathways leading to specific vocational programs. Pathways can be structured over one, two, or three years. Junior doctors can also complete the following postgraduate qualifications: Diploma of Obstetrics, Diploma of Paediatrics, Certificate in Emergency Medicine, and Graduate Diploma of Indigenous and Remote Child Health. A number of junior doctors also undertake further studies such as a Master of Public Health through the Menzies School of Health Research and James Cook University.
If this role is of interest please do not hesitate to click apply or contact
Benjamin Lepke at firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 295 441 180.
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