2021 Anaesthetics Provisional Fellow
The Royal Melbourne Hospital Department of Anaesthesia & Pain Management is recruiting for Anaesthetic Provisional Fellows (ATY3) to commence in either February or August 2021. We offer general and specialty anaesthesia training programs, including: Cardiac/TOE: We are the second largest cardiothoracic service in Australia & can offer a tailored fellowship year in this area. Neuroanaesthesia: We undertake the largest amount of neuroanaesthesia in Australia & provide specialist fellowship training.
Trauma: The hospital is a designated adult trauma service with a heli-pad & the department is an integral part of the trauma team, providing expertise in airway management, ventilation & resuscitation of the multi-trauma patient. Pain: We run an acute pain service with the Faculty of Pain Medicine accredited consultants & a chronic pain service with multidisciplinary clinics and interventional lists at our Royal Park Campus. MH/Allergy Testing: We provide the only malignant hyperthermia testing service in Melbourne with opportunities for those with an interest in genetic testing.
Research Fellowship: The department is committed to the academic pursuits of clinical & laboratory research, with substantial ties to the University of Melbourne. A half research/half clinical fellowship is available. Rostering is flexible & includes 5 weeks annual leave.
The department of Anaesthesia is accredited for training and receives accredited trainees from the North Western rotational anaesthetic training scheme. The acuity of our surgical case-mix (particularly General surgery, colo-rectal, orthopaedics, gynaecology and urology) continues to increase since the opening of our new facility, which in turn includes a new state of the art operating suite with 6 additional theatres as well as a critical care facility. We have regular elective paediatric ENT lists and our department also services a busy level 4 obstetric unit (approximately 3800 deliveries per year) The Department of Anaesthesia takes a lead role in local multidisciplinary simulation based training in obstetric emergencies (PROMPT training) We also have a strong focus on Quality Assurance/Improvement with multiple projects in development and ongoing.
Our department is coordinating the development of our Perioperative Medical Unit and prospective provisional fellows would have the opportunity to be actively involved in this project. Apply on-line and attach CV. You are also required to provide 3 written references on the supplied form.
Please forward these completed forms to Ally Lam at ally.lammh.org.
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