Medicine Registrars - Expressions of Interest - 2019/2020 equivalent to ST1 and above (for UK)

Open to all the sub-specialities.

Auckland, New Zealand “ your lifestyle - a lifestyle where there is something for everyone. We have 'the outdoors' in abundance, world class entertainment, an extensive range of pubs and bars, and a seemingly endless list of cafes and restaurants. Every day there is just so much happening in our city - free festivals, community markets, art exhibitions, dance, music, theatre and cultural performances, sport and leisure opportunities “ all you have to do is find the time to do it all. You are only a matter of minutes from beaches, native bush, look-outs, mountain biking tracks, open parkland “ and fantastic shopping and eating places. Quite simply “ if you're looking for a lifestyle which is rich in culture, the arts, the great outdoors, and one which is... easy... Auckland is unbeatable.

Auckland, New Zealand “ your career - World renowned teaching hospitals all on your doorstep. Learn from world class doctors, Come and experience our diverse demographic population and a wide variety of patient presentations and pathologies.

As a Medicine Registrar you will have the opportunity to develop core adult medicine skills prior to your sub-specialised advanced training. Each of our four hospitals provides a well-supported training environment with enthusiastic and knowledgeable senior clinicians who can mentor trainees through their rotations. We take an interest in your career aspirations and will guide you through your training within all our hospitals in Auckland. Each of the hospitals provides a comprehensive teaching programme designed to help trainees complete their physician exams and expand their core medical knowledge.
Other learning opportunities include Grand Rounds, Journal Clubs and bedside teaching.

By joining the Auckland Region as a Medicine Registrar, you enter a programme with rotations through our tertiary teaching hospitals - North Shore, Waitakere, Auckland City and Middlemore Hospitals. All Auckland region hospitals are located within a thirty-five kilometre radius of each other.

Medicine Registrar runs in the Auckland region are six months in length starting December to June and June to December. Example run descriptions for the 2018 training year can be viewed on the Auckland Doctors Website.

Auckland, New Zealand “ what do others say?
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What do I need to apply?
  • A minimum of 6 months in General Medicine or Medicine subspecialty runs is required with twelve months or more preferable (please note some runs are not counted, e.g. General Practice and Emergency Medicine)
  • Membership as a basic trainee with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is desirable
  • Eligibility for general scope of registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand..

How can I apply?

To be considered, you must include all of the required documents with your application; only complete applications will be assessed for interview. This position is a Core Children's worker under the Vulnerable Children's Act in New Zealand & requires full safety checks completed before any new employee starts

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