Intensive Care Registrar - Burnie TAS

About the Role:

Opportunities exist for suitably qualified doctors to become full-time Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Registrars in NW Tasmania.

This is a 160 bed acute care facility, and is fully accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS), and is also an accredited teaching hospital with the University of Tasmania Rural Clinical School.

The unit is classified by College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) as suitable for foundation and rural training and is currently undergoing re-accreditation. 
The unit is led by an Intensivist who is a Fellow of the College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) and clinical care is provided by fully qualified Intensivists who are fellows of the CICM with a 24/7 on-call cover arrangement.

The unit possesses state-of-the-art equipment to provide advanced mechanical ventilation, continuous renal replacement, haemodynamic monitoring, Echocardiography, ultrasound guided procedures, bronchoscopy and other ICU therapies.

About You:
- General AHPRA Registration
- Eligible for AHPRA Registration via the Competent Authority Pathway
PGY4+
- Previous ICU experience
- Doctors who are not in a training stream (Unaccredited Registrars/Senior Residents) and wanting hands-on experience with high-acuity Intensive Care are also welcome to apply.

About Us: 
  
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How to Apply: 
   
Please apply and one of our Healthcare Specialists will call you for a confidential discussion. Or contact Clare - clare@medirecruit.com or 0402 367 899.
 


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