Career Medical Officer - Leeton
Employment Type : Permanent Full Time Position Classification : Career Medical Officer Remuneration : $127,539 - $190,032 Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ119224 Closing Date: 10 November 2019 Career Medical Officer - Leeton The Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) has over 3,500 staff, 33 Public Hospitals, including 2 Base Hospitals, 8 Acute Community Hospitals and 16 Multi-Purpose Services. A progressive organisation, Murrumbidgee LHD continues to make significant achievements in improving health services and strives to provide a compassionate health care system that consistently delivers the highest standard of care to people, no matter where they live. Communities we support are diverse, with approximately 245,000 people in communities large and small, across a geographic area of approximately 125,561 square kilometres.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) spans across southern New South Wales, stretching from the Snowy Mountains in the east to the plains of Hillston in the northwest and all the way along the Victorian border. Where you'll be working Leeton Health Service is a 71 bed D1a peer grouped Community Hospital with surgery. Of the 71 beds, 38 are residential aged care beds, four are day surgery beds and four are bassinets.
The facility provides emergency, medical, palliative, surgical, obstetric, radiology and aged care services. A range of outpatient and community health services are also provided on the hospital grounds. Learn more about the benefits and lifestyle of Leeton What you'll be doing Provision of a consistent generalist medical service to patients of the Leeton District Hospital , coordination of emergency presentations and clinical management of patients under the care of the Admitting Medical Officer with improvements in the continuity of care within Leeton District Hospital and the local community.
Holds General Registration with the Medical Board of Australia with at least three years post-graduate experience and appropriate training and experience High level skills and involvement in clinical care, supervision, mentoring and teaching. Able to exercise a moderate degree of professional independence. Demonstrated skills in and commitment to improvements in clinical care, patient safety and risk management processes, including the ability to work in multidisciplinary teams to achieve change.
High level interpersonal communication and team skills Effective communication skills for working within health care organisations and the outside community, including capacity to use electronic communications (e.g. electronic records) effectively.
Evidence of participation in continuing professional development Demonstrated commitment to the broader service objectives of the public health system, including the effective utilisation of resources, and participation in activities beyond direct patient care. For further information Click here for the Position Description To apply for this position please submit your r....