Emergency Medicine Training Fellowships
Central Adelaide Local Health Network Emergency Medicine Training Fellowships
Are you looking to progress your career?
Why not come to South Australia and experience Emergency Medicine in Central Adelaide Local Health Network, working across the Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
South Australia offers some of Australia's best beaches, world famous wine regions, the Fringe festival, Tour Down Under, V8 motor racing, the fantastic Adelaide oval and much more.
Adelaide was the only Australian city featured in the New York Time's 'top places to go in 2015' and in the same year named the 'fifth-most liveable city in the world'.
Royal Adelaide Hospital
The Royal Adelaide Hospital is South Australia's largest accredited teaching hospital. It is the major trauma centre providing treatment to up to 1,400 trauma team activations per year with 25% of these being classed as having serious injury. The Emergency Department sees in excess of 70,000 patients per year with a 42% admission rate.
In 2016 we will be moving to the purpose built new Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia's most advanced hospital forming a critical part of the $3 billion South Australian Health and Biomedical Research Precinct, which will be the largest health precinct in the southern hemisphere.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 20 minutes west of the city, is a 307 bed acute care teaching hospital (ACEM urban district), providing great training opportunities.
Training Fellowship Opportunities
In addition to the network Registrar and RMO positions, we are pleased to be able to offer two 12 month training fellowships.
These training fellowships are ideally suited to Registrars who have completed their fellowship exam and consideration will be given to Emergency Medicine Trainees in their final year of advanced training.
Emergency Medicine Fellow (Senior Registrar)
Based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, working alongside the emergency specialists, this position will give you firsthand experience in running a department, developing key leadership and management skills that you will rely on as a consultant.
Based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital this position is accredited as 6 months special skills and 6 months ED (tertiary). You will have the opportunity to refine your educational expertise and develop your simulation based training skills. The position is half time ED and half time simulation training in the Simulation Centre at University of Adelaide.
For more information, download the following Job & Person Specifications:
Emergency Medicine Fellow
How to apply
So if your'e looking to progress your career click here to apply.
Applications close 9 September 2016.
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