Infectious Disease and Senior Medical Registrar

Infectious Diseases and Senior Medical Registrar Position - APPLY NOW

Albury-Wodonga Health offers a dual-role 1.0 FTE position in Infectious Diseases and as the Senior Medical Registrar shared daily 0.5 FTE each.

The infectious diseases component is accredited as 6 months non-core training for Infectious Diseases advanced training or as core-subspecialty training in General Medicine. The Senior Medical registrar position contributes 6 months core General Medicine advanced training.

Our organisation services a large catchment area in north-eastern Victoria and southern NSW encompassing over 250000 people from the Alpine region to the communities west along the Murray river. The infectious disease role offers an excellent introduction to infectious diseases training with approximately 400 inpatient consults per year, a robust antimicrobial stewardship program, a regional role in the COVID-19 public health response and management, infection control and a weekly outpatient clinic. The position also offers ample research opportunities and close links with the Border Cancer Hospital.

The Senior Medical registrar position requires excellent interpersonal skills with a keen interest in teaching. The role includes supervision and coordination of the teaching for the 16 basic physician trainees, the weekly radiology meeting, handover with a focus on recognising and preventing patient deterioration and coordination of the Physicians Oral examination.

Enquires can be directed to the Infectious Disease Department or the Medical Workforce Unit. The closing date for the 2020 applications is September 20.