Resident Medical Officer PGY2+ - Medicine

Australian Health Professionals

Resident Medical Officer PGY2+ - Medicine - Queensland

Resident Medical Officer PGY2+ – Medicine
Full Time, Permanent Role.
Coastal Queensland
Salary - $80,000 - $110,000 + super

The Role

  • Provide day-to-day medical care for patients of the Health Services Directorate at a level commensurate with the level of clinical experience and under the supervision and direction of more senior medical staff.
  • Demonstrate appropriate progression toward more independent medical practice, with concomitant development of clinical knowledge, skills and behaviours required for safe medical practice.
  • Work within and support the multidisciplinary clinical team.
  • Contribute to clinical audit and participate in changes that improve quality and safety of patient care
  • Participate in the supervision and education of more junior medical staff and contribute to the education of medical students
  • Maintain adequate medical records with legible entries, and complete discharge summaries on time.
  • Participate in the after-hours roster as required.
  • Undertaking other duties as directed, within the approved scope of clinical practice.
The Area and the Hospital 

Do you want to start your day enjoying your morning coffee while listening to the call of the birds? This is arguably one of the most beautiful regions in Queensland, Australia and is known for its relaxed, family-friendly lifestyle. World Heritage-listed attractions like the Great Barrier Reef cement the coastal lure of the region, but there's also plenty to see inland including townships, farming land, rugged mountain ranges and National Parks. Lakes, rivers and dams provide the perfect waterside location for camping, swimming, boating, fishing and water sports. With its wide-open spaces, subtropical temperatures and strong community spirit, you are sure to feel right at home in this beautiful part of QLD.
  
This health service serves a population of approximately 200,000 residents. Providing a variety of primary and community health services including surgical, medical, maternity, oral health, child health, school health, health promotion, environmental health, aged care, rehabilitation, sexual health and drug and alcohol services. The health service also provides a comprehensive and fully integrated mental health service to residents in both the community and acute care settings.

Essential Requirements
  • MBBS or equivalent
  • Registration with AHPRA or be eligible for registration under the Competent Authority Pathway
  • PGY2 +
  • Basic life support skills
  
For Further information please contact Ben on 02 8889 4073 or ben@aushp.com.au