General Medicine and Stroke Medicine Specialist
Division of Acute and Emergency Medicine
The District is a major provider of healthcare services in North and West Auckland, serving a population of approximately 640,000 people and employing more than 8,400 people.
We are looking for an energetic, self-motivated and experienced General Medicine / Stroke Specialist to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity as we have recently opened Integrated Stroke Units at both sites providing excellent Stroke care for our population.
To be successful at this role you will deliver excellent clinical services with the support of junior medical staff, management and other health professionals in a collegial and collaborative environment. This will include both General Medicine and Stroke inpatient services as well as subspecialty Stroke Medicine work in outpatient clinics. Your experience and knowledge will also positively assist us as we grow and train our future health workforce. To be eligible for this role you will be registered (or registerable) with the Medical Council of New Zealand and hold a FRACP (or equivalent).
We offer ongoing support for continuing medical education and our Division has extensive scope for research and clinical audits in either General Medicine or Stroke Medicine.
As part of the continuous improvement and innovation of our services you will be actively involved in driving new and exciting changes in the models of care that we deliver to our patients, both now and into the future. Our DHB is undertaking ongoing improvement of our facilities to provide international best standard care for our patients and community.
We welcome applications or expressions of interest from consultants at all stages of their medical career. If you are from overseas or outside Auckland our Global Mobility Consultant will help with the logistics of immigration and relocation, to make your move as smooth as possible.
If you are interested in this position, please apply online and attach an up to date copy of our CV for consideration.