2020 Training Year Expressions of Interest for Emergency Medicine Registrars

Work in Auckland in 2020 and see why it is loved by so many:

  • Consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities in the world
  • Highly diverse and multicultural - Auckland (Tamaki Makaurau) has more than 200 ethnic communities
  • Energetic nightlife, burgeoning restaurant scene, and an abundance of cultural and leisure activities
  • Experience the East and West Coasts of Aotearoa New Zealand within a short drive, and hike in the Hunua or Waitakere Ranges on your days off

Why train as an Emergency Medicine registrar:

  • High quality teaching with dedicated teaching time and high exam pass rates
    • Departmental Continuing Medical Education (2 hours/week) and Part 1, Intermediate, and Part 2 ACEM exam preparation streams (2 hours/week) as protected off-floor teaching
    • Frequent on-floor teaching and feedback
    • Great pastoral care, including continuing employment meetings with the chairs of the vocational training programme, departmental DEMT contact, and formal mentor programme
  • Variation in practice across a large number of clinicians, hospitals, and departments in a range of urban centres
    • Rotations in ICU, Anaesthesia, CED, General Paediatrics, and New Zealand's only Paediatric ICU
    • Complete your full ACEM training in Tāmaki Auckland

Watch this video to hear what one of our Emergency Medicine Specialist has to say about training and working in Auckland.

Eligibility and how to apply:
  • Preferred experience: 3 months' Emergency Medicine or CED time
  • We are here to help you every step of the way. To help us make this easy for you, please include all of the required documents with your application as only complete applications will be considered.

The Northern Regional Alliance on behalf of the DHBs is committed to seeing Aucklanders from every community and background share in a healthier future. To help us achieve this we need a talented diverse workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds who share our values and would greatly value seeing applicants from our Maori and Pacific communities

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