Staff Specialist / Visiting Medical Officer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology - Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital (apply via ecredential)

Hunter New England Local Health District

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  • North Tamworth, New South Wales

  • Published : 2023-01-23
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  • Job Title Healthcare
  • Salary 195,096 USD

Description

Employment Type: Staff Specialist – Visiting Medical Officer - Obstetrics and Gynaecology - Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital
Position Classification: Staff Specialist or Visiting Medical Officer - 2 FTE Permanent Full Time / Part Time / Job Share / Regular Rotation
Hours Per Week: 20 - 40 plus on call/recall
Requisition ID: REQ334734

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Welcome to Hunter New England LHD and Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital
There’s never been a better time to join Hunter New England Local Health District. Appointment as a Staff Specialist will be eligible for a NSW Health Rural Health Incentive package of $10,000 in addition to award entitlements and accommodation assistance (paid on a pro-rata basis for part time employees). Apply now and negotiate an incentive package that works for you and your family – you can include things like relocation and travel expenses, payment of professional development fees, additional personal leave entitlements, additional base salary, and a range of other options! 

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology to join the team at Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital, in the heart of the beautiful New England / North West region of NSW. We are seeking an enthusiastic and capable Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist to join our committed team to provide quality obstetric and gynaecological services to a diverse community. An attractive salary (in line with Staff Specialist State Award 2021), relocation package and subsidised temporary accommodation are available. The unit will be supported by registrars as middle grade doctors with possible rotations to John Hunter Hospital and other teaching units. An interest in colposcopy and/or maternal foetal medicine will be encouraged.

Located on the land of Kamilaroi/Gomeroi/Gamillaray people Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital is the second largest hospital in HNE Health and the key referral hospital for much of the north western region of HNE Health. The newly redeveloped hospital was opened in 2015 with state of art facilities across emergency, maternity, paediatrics, theatres, intensive care, coronary care, medical and surgical specialities, with 348 treatment spaces. The hospital has five operating theatres currently in operation and is supported by a modern Cancer Centre, sophisticated diagnostic services, along with comprehensive community and outpatient services. 

An opportunity exists for two specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologists to join the team at Tamworth Hospital. 
In 2021 Tamworth Hospital birthed 1200 babies. The maternity service is Level 4 capability, with on-site Paediatrician support and Level 3 Special Care Nursery. We have a specialist service with a 20 bed maternity unit, 3 birth suites and 8 bed Special Care Nursery in a modern Rural Referral Hospital which provides specialist care to the northern region of Hunter New England LHD. Tamworth Hospital has two Staff Specialists (including a DDU trained Staff Specialist) and two Visiting Medical Officers currently working as part of the O&G team, supported by Accredited and Unaccredited trainees, Career Medical Officers, along with committed midwives, GP Obstetricians, RMOs, Aboriginal Mother and Infant Health Services and Allied Health clinicians. There is a visiting Maternal Foetal Medicine service from JHH and support across the training network. Outpatient clinics include antenatal, gynaecology, high risk obstetric, Aboriginal mothers and babies and colposcopy. Tamworth Hospital also provides a Level 4 Gynaecology service for up to and including major gynaecology procedures using open and laparoscopic surgery and 24/7 emergency service. There is regular access to theatres and clinics for any consultants joining our team in modern theatre and outpatient facilities. 

Tamworth Hospital is part of the Hunter New England LHD Women’s Health and Maternity Network and has support from John Hunter Hospital for mothers and babies requiring higher level specialist care. We are looking for motivated, innovative and dedicated highly skilled clinicians to join our team and provide high quality obstetrics and gynaecology services. We are flexible with the type of model you would like to work in. There are also opportunities within the unit for career acceleration with genuine opportunities for leadership roles, academic opportunities, research, QA/QI and patient safety.

The Tamworth Region is renowned for its diversity and experiences. Where a rural lifestyle can be complimented by a thriving city experience. Located only 3 hours from coastal New South Wales and a quick 4 hour drive (or even faster flight) to Sydney, Tamworth is a place to enjoy all that nature has to offer, along with a great place to raise children and make long term friends. Boasting a range of educational, career, sporting and recreational activities you can find out more about this beautiful region by visiting  Destination Tamworth. 

Hunter New England Health can offer a range of incentives to new employees such as:
- Sustainable Healthcare: Together towards zero
- Salary packaging options
- Fitness passport
- Relocation packages
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for staff and family members

  • A primary medical degree registrable with AHPRA and Fellowship of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG) and/or other specialist recognition as provided for in the Staff Specialist (State) Award, and/or overseas trained specialist pathways.
  • Evidence of being a medical expert, demonstrated by recent and comprehensive experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Evidence of being a scholar, maintains medical professional development and has the ability to assist other staff, including trainees in the acquisition and development of knowledge.
  • Evidence of being a skilled communicator, including both oral and written skills, communicating with patients, students, other health professionals and the public.
  • Evidence of being a collaborator, including the ability to network and operate within an interdisciplinary framework and to work with other stakeholders in a variety of settings.
  • Evidence of being a manager, including ability to be flexible and cope with a changing health system, past leadership and management experience and previous safety and quality improvement activities.
  • Evidence of being a professional, including continued professional development, peer review and other forms of clinical governance.
  • Evidence of being an advocate, including contributions to improving individual and societal health.
  • Applications will be received via eCredential https://myclinicalprofile.com.au/OpenPositionLogin.aspx?UniqueId=f406e69c-0885-4a78-9d3c-f18404d6e346 

    Applications considered on an ongoing basis.

       
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