Working with the Ophthalmology department at Auckland District Health Board, you know at the end of the day you have made a real difference. You work closely with the patients, from scheduling their appointments and greeting them at reception on arrival, to following up on tests. You also get to work with other fantastic people everyday who are also focused on making a difference in the lives of their patients.
Greenlane Ophthalmology Department is a 28 consultant tertiary referral ophthalmic unit with close ties to the University of Auckland. More than 45,000 patients are reviewed each year by our staff. The multi-disciplinary team provides an innovative environment, providing ophthalmic electrodiagnostic tests for patients to assist the diagnosis and management of various ophthalmic conditions.
Auckland Hospital provides tertiary services in:
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In Auckland this is a 5 year programme in general Ophthalmology approved by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO). It includes training in all subspecialties except Refractive Surgery.
We have 7 training registrar positions. All of these are very likely to be occupied by vocational or final year trainees. We also have 4 x 6 month junior registrar positions which are occupied by pre-vocational applicants.
Throughout their training, Registrars are required:
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For a discussion about the training programme and application process, contact: