- Fantastic lifestyle in subtropical Queensland
- Competitive remuneration package up to AUD$416 000 (GBP£250 000) depending on experience.
- Additional overtime & on-call allowances
- Just over an hour's flight down to Brisbane
- Coastal living with islands, waterways and beaches, as well as national parks and Great Barrier Reef
- Excellent schooling options and affordable housing
- Opportunity to become involved with projects that you wouldn’t normally get involved with in a big hospital
This is an opportunity to work in a smaller facility where you can enjoy close relationships with the universities and research communities.
Additionally you will have the opportunity to become involved with projects that you wouldn’t normally get involved with in a big hospital.
You will work with the Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in ensuring that clinical services provided by Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service are of the highest standard and delivered in an efficient and effective manner given available resources.
You will help with the education and supervision of surgical trainees and other medical staff, medical students, and allied health, interested community groups and nursing staff.
Generally, you will assist in the day to day management of O&G services including active participation in patient safety, clinical audit, research and service planning activities.
Possession of advanced laparoscopic skills with appropriate certification is highly desirable.
Rockhampton Hospital is the main referral hospital for Central Queensland, now providing integrated cancer care services in Central Queensland in the newly established building boasting state of the art medical equipment. The other primary hospitals within the health service are Gladstone, Emerald, Yeppoon and Biloela together with many smaller rural units transfer patients through to Rockhampton for specialist care and investigation.
Rockhampton Hospital provides training for Medical Students participating in University of Queensland – Central Queensland Rural Clinical School, and has links with the Central Queensland University for Nursing and Health Studies. There is a strong emphasis on strengthening the “grow your own” medical workforce with an active Medical Education Unit and registrar training as a major focus within the health service.
Rockhampton is a major regional city located slightly inland on the banks of the Fitzroy River, close to the Capricorn Coast and its white sandy beaches.
It offers a diversity of lifestyle options from coastal, to rural, to vibrant city living, with the best tropical climate Queensland has to offer. In 2009, it received a Bronze Award as one of the world’s most liveable communities.
The town’s colonial history can be seen in its palm tree-lined streets and grand old heritage buildings, which hark back to its Gold Rush days – some of which have been lovingly restored to give the city a real ‘aussie’ charm, creating a real sense of community.
The region offers a superb lifestyle and a healthy family environment with a range of cultural, recreational and sporting activities. Real estate prices are affordable with a choice of town, coast or country living. Stroll along the river, drive out to the coast exploring the many beaches, discover Carnarvon National Park, or spend time enjoying the galleries and botanic gardens - the lifestyle is peaceful and serene here. You will have access to water sports, the best steak Queensland has to offer, and of course, the Great Barrier Reef for some fabulous deep sea diving.
Brisbane is just a short 1 hour flight from Rockhampton’s local airport.
What Head Medical can do for you
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Once we have secured a job for you, we’ll manage the Medical Registration and Visa application process, and support you (and your family) with the relocation itself.