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Visiting Medical Officer Radiologist BreastScreen #426982
Entity: Hunter New England Local Health District
Location: Newcastle; Tamworth
Job Type: Sessional

Visiting Medical Officer - Radiologist  

BreastScreen Assessment Clinic/ Screen Reading

 

BreastScreen NSW Hunter New England is seeking a dynamic consultant who is committed to providing best practice breast imaging and procedural services for women attending assessment clinics. You will be required to provide high quality compassionate care with the ability to work cooperatively in a multidisciplinary team.

You will have vision and an optimistic, upbeat personality which inspires positive change in others. You will be energetic, enthusiastic and passionate about what you do and you will lead by example.

BreastScreen NSW Hunter New England is part of the National Program, BreastScreen Australia, and is managed through Hunter New England Imaging. We have 2 fixed screening and assessment units, 4 full time mobile screening units and 1 shared mobile unit.

Our catchment area includes Lake Macquarie in the south to the Queensland border and covers the Northern Tablelands, the North West Slopes and Plains, the Lower Mid North Coast, the Hunter Valley and Newcastle.

Assessment clinics are held at the NBN Telethon Mater Institute, Newcastle a minimum of twice a week, averaging approximately 35 appointments. In addition, clinics are run on a weekly basis at Tamworth giving you the option of country or city style living.

 

 

Enquiries:

Rebecca Delaporte, Manager BreastScreen NSW

ph. (02) 4985 0220 or e: rebecca.delaporte@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au

 

Applications and Information

Mrs Krystel Gough, Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant

ph: (02) 4985 3297 e: krystel.gough@health.nsw.gov.au

 
Staff Specialist in Intensive Care #424300
Entity: Hunter New England Local Health District
Location: Maitland
Job Type: Permanent Part Time

Staff Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine
Maitland Hospital
Permanent Part-Time 0.4 FTE

This is an exciting opportunity for a committed clinician to step up and be part of the brand new Intensive Care Unit at Maitland Hospital. This is a unique opportunity to be part of creating and providing quality Intensive Care services to patients of Maitland and its surrounding areas.

You will provide high quality, evidence based, patient focused clinical services to The Maitland Hospital and their families and carers. You will have vision and an optimistic, upbeat personality which inspires positive change in others. You will be energetic, enthusiastic and passionate about what you do. You will lead by example and be able to gain the buy in of medical staff by being inclusive and valuing the contribution of each and every member of the team.

Maitland Hospital is a health facility for the Upper and Lower Hunter Regions. The urban/rural population serviced is approximately 72,000 and incorporates Maitland, Cessnock, Kurri Kurri, Singleton, Muswellbrook, Dungog and Raymond Terrace. The hospital is located 35 minutes from the John Hunter Hospital.

A comprehensive range of services is provided including medical and rehabilitation, surgical and day surgery, maternity and child services. There is a busy Emergency Department, and an adult coronary care/high dependency unit. Mental health, dental and renal services are provided on-site, as well as diagnostic services. An array of allied health services, both hospital and community-based, includes occupational therapy, speech pathology, dietetics, psychology, physiotherapy and social work services.

Enquiries: A/Prof Pooshan Navathe - Director of Medical Services, The Maitland Hospital
P: (02) 4939 2252 E: Pooshan.Navathe@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au

Applications: Sally Jordan - Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant
P: (02) 4985 3353 E: Sally.Jordan@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au

 
Clinical Director Intensive Care Medicine #424430
Entity: Hunter New England Local Health District
Location: Maitland
Job Type: Permanent Full Time

Clinical Director - Intensive Care Medicine
Maitland Hospital
Permanent Full Time

• Are you a dynamic clinical leader who is driven by change?
• Do you have a proven track record of excellence?
• Are you up for a challenging job which will help to shape the future of Maitland ICU?

Maitland Hospital is looking for an experienced consultant who can take charge and lead a new developing Intensive Care Unit at the hospital.

You will have a vision and an optimistic, upbeat personality which inspires positive change in others. You will provide high quality, evidence based, patient focused clinical services to The Maitland Hospital and their families and carers. You will be energetic, enthusiastic and passionate about what you do. You will lead by example and be able to gain the buy in of medical staff by being inclusive and valuing the contribution of each and every member of the team.

A comprehensive range of services is provided including medical and rehabilitation, surgical and day surgery, maternity and child services. There is a busy Emergency Department, and an adult coronary care/high dependency unit. Mental health, dental and renal services are provided on-site, as well as diagnostic services. An array of allied health services, both hospital and community-based, includes occupational therapy, speech pathology, dietetics, psychology, physiotherapy and social work services.

Maitland Hospital is a health facility for the Upper and Lower Hunter Regions. The urban/rural population serviced is approximately 72,000 and incorporates Maitland, Cessnock, Kurri Kurri, Singleton, Muswellbrook, Dungog and Raymond Terrace. The hospital is located 35 minutes from the John Hunter Hospital.

Hunter New England Local Health District is recognised as a leader and innovator in the health care industry. As one of 15 Local Health Districts in NSW, we provide health services to around 1million people – 12 per cent of the state's population.    We recognise that working together in a values based organisation with a focus on "excellence - every patient, every time" supports us in achieving improved outcomes for our employees and the community.

Enquiries: A/Prof Pooshan Navathe - Director of Medical Services, The Maitland Hospital
P: (02) 4939 2252 E: Pooshan.Navathe@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au

Applications: Sally Jordan - Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant
P: (02) 4985 3353 E: Sally.Jordan@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au

 
Staff Specialist in Psychiatry - Acute Care Team and Newcastle Mental Health Team #423322
Entity: Hunter New England Local Health District
Location:
Job Type: Permanent Part Time

Staff Specialist in Psychiatry – Acute Care Team and Newcastle Mental Health Team

Hunter New England Mental Health

Permanent Part Time

 

Hunter New England Mental Health are seeking a dynamic Psychiatrist to Provide high quality, evidence based, patient focused psychiatric services to admitted and non- admitted patients of the Newcastle Mental Health Service/Acute Care Team, their families and carers. Applicants must have a medical degree registerable with the Medical Board of Australia and Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. Your ability to work collaboratively with colleagues from all health related disciplines will assist you in developing strong local links with other health welfare providers.

 

About you

The ideal candidate will be looking for an opportunity to:

  • Provide clinical management and treatment of patients of both Newcastle Mental Health Service and the HNE Mental Health Acute Care Team
  • Participate in multidisciplinary training and education, including nursing, allied health, junior medical staff (in conjunction with the Director of Training and Director of Prevocational Training), medical students, and other members of the multidisciplinary team.
  • Monitor and respond to outcome based data and best practice principles to drive innovative models of care in NMHS by aligning interdependent organisational systems, and facilitating cultural change whilst encouraging a culture that embraces the values of the organisation.

 

HNELHD is recognised as a leader and innovator in the healthcare industry. We recognise that working together in a values based organisation with a focus on “Excellence – Every Patient, Every Time” supports us in achieving improved outcomes for our employees and the community.

 

About the area

Newcastle is located 2 hours north of Sydney, NSW and is a modern city that also boasts a rich heritage and stunning coastline. The Hunter Valley region is home to over 680,000 people and is a major tourist destination in NSW with a range of activities on offer. There are excellent educational facilities, sporting, recreational and lifestyle options on offer.

 

Enquiries: Dr Brendan Flynn – Acting Director Medical Services, Hunter New England Mental Health

Email: Brendan.Flynn@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au Phone: (02) 4033 5160

 

Applications: Jessica Fernando – Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant

Email: Jessica.fernando@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au Phone: (02) 4985 3268

 
Staff Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine #423252
Entity: Hunter New England Local Health District
Location: Taree
Job Type: Permanent Full Time; Permanent Part Time

Staff Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine

Manning Rural Referral Hospital

Permanent Fulltime (job share may be considered)

We are seeking a dynamic Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine to join join a team of three other intensive care specialists at Manning Rural Referral Hospital and provide quality Intensive Care services including clinical leadership and operational management of Intensive Care Services. This is a unique opportunity to join a team of two other Intensive Care Specialists to share in the management of a 4 bed Intensive Care/ 6 bed High Dependency Unit.

 

Manning Rural Referral Hospital is a public hospital serving the local communities of Taree, Forster, Tuncurry and surrounding districts which operates 160 beds including 20 Mental Health beds and provides a broad range of specialist services.  Our services include general medical and surgical wards, as well as general surgery, ophthalmology, urology, paediatrics, gynaecology and obstetrics, dental, bronchoscopy, endoscopy, TOES, ECT, and emergency. There is also a renal dialysis unit, and other services such as orthopaedics, vascular surgery, intensive care/coronary care, peri operative (operating theatre, recovery and day only), paediatrics, maternity, oncology and a new state of the art Emergency Department.
 
Taree is located on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, just 3 hours north of Sydney, 2 hours north of Newcastle and 1 hour south of Port Macquarie.  The hospital serves a population of around 100,000 people encompassing an area of 3,732 km2.

 The Manning Valley is home to a range of some of the best beaches in Australia and features some 11 beach areas all offering a range of different beach experiences from surfing to swimming in protected and patrolled areas and some great beach walks.  The area is surrounded by magnificent national parks. For more information on Taree and what this region has to offer see http://www.gtcc.nsw.gov.au/

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