2020 Emergency Medicine Registrars
Multiple positions are available within the Emergency Department Gain exposure in a high pressure environment whilst exploring your potential Enhance your career whilst enjoying a flexible and healthy work life balance About Barwon Health Sitting within one of Victoria’s six regional health centres, Barwon Health serves the community of Greater Geelong and beyond. Victoria’s second largest city after Melbourne, Geelong is becoming recognised as a creative city-region, adaptive and enterprising. The local government has also placed a great emphasis on innovation, employment and economic growth in the Geelong region.
To find out more about the Geelong region, visit our Moving to the Region page on the Barwon Health website. We are an award winning regional health provider and Victoria’s largest regional health service with one of the busiest hospitals (The University Hospital Geelong) in the state. We serve the Barwon South West region with over 500,000 people through the efforts of over 7,000 staff and more than 1000 volunteers.
We provide care at all stages or life and circumstance through a wide range of services from emergency and acute to mental health, primary care, community services, aged care, and subacute/rehabilitation. Care is provided to the community through over 21 key locations throughout the region. About the role As an ED registrar, you have access to: 24 months accredited advanced ED training time 3 or 6 month rotations in: ICU Anaesthetics Paediatrics General Medicine Obstetrics and Gynaecology 6 month rotation to Colac (no night shift, evenings or weekends) 2 days per week in urgent care centre 1.
5 days per week in theatre with GP anaesthetist 0.5 days per week performing audit 3 or 6 month rotation to St John of God Geelong ED Work one on one with FACEMs on each shift No night shift currently Linked accreditation enables participation in ED teaching at University Hospital Geelong 5 hours paid teaching time per week Annual success in primary and fellowship examinations owing to robust study programs, including Dr Tom Reade’s fellowship written course Well organized WBA roster to ensure completion of requirements Research opportunities both to fulfil trainee research requirement or for interests sake Questions can be directed to: Dr Anoushka Perera - (FACEM) – anoushka.pererabarwonhealth.
org.au Dr Anna Davis - annadbarwonhealth.org.
au Dr Belinda Hibble - bhibblbarwonhealth.org.au About the culture You will work with innovative teams who maintain extensive knowledge and experience.
You will have support and guidance from fellow team members and management who exhibit our Barwon Health values, respect, compassion, commitment, accountability and innovation. Barwon Health staff benefits Flexible working arrangements Professional development Access to employee wellness facility Salary packaging Social club At Barwon Health we harness a diverse and inclusive workforce where we value each person’s uniqueness. We will embrac....