Employment opportunities in Wellington ICU are often available.
We employ individuals from elsewhere within Capital & Coast Health Board as well as other New Zealand institutions.
Overseas applicants eligible for medical or nursing registration within New Zealand are also welcome to apply.
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The DEM at Auckland Hospital has accreditation from the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine for 2 years of advanced training. The Department currently supports 12 registrars in training. The Auckland regional training programme provides training posts in Emergency Medicine, Intensive care (adult and paediatric), Paediatrics, Anaesthesia and General Medicine. There is a robust regional education programme for trainees with specific sessions dedicated to preparation for college exams. There are 8 house surgeon training posts allowing those who are considering a career in emergency medicine to gain some experience prior to committing to the formal training programme. We also provide training to medical students, elective students, army medics and St Johns ambulance staff.
Enquiries regarding training positions should be directed to Dr Owen Doran (OwenD@adhb.govt.nz) or Dr Gina De Cleene (GinaDC@adhb.govt.nz)
Enquiries regarding elective placements or requests to do research in ED should be directed to Assoc. Prof Dr Peter Jones (PeterJ@adhb.govt.nz). Further information and application forms are available on the NoRTH website.
General enquiries to Ms Reshma Amin (ReshmaA@adhb.govt.nz) or Ms Geraldine Dias (GeraldineD@adhb.govt.nz)
The department has several Fellow jobs available every year which are advertised in March and August. Senior trainees will find these posts useful in bridging the gap from a senior registrar to a consultant.
The department also has a ACEM accredited Special skills post in HEMS, Medical Education and Simulation. This is available to ACEM trainees in their last year of training.
We also have a number of locum positions available in the Emergency Department.
If you are interested in working in the Emergency Department, please contact Dr Anil Nair (email@example.com
Page last updated: 3 November 2020
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