SRMO – Emergency Medicine

  • Permanent
  • ACT
  • RMO/JMO / Emergency Medicine

Start date

29/08/2022

Salary

100 - 101 per annum

Conditions

On request

Credentials

On request

Job reference

VAC-10546_1652337724

AHP Medical is currently arranging interviews for an ED SRMO position at major hospital in Canberra. The position will be a fixed term contract from August 2022.

The Position
The Senior Resident Medical Officer provides effective medical services to patients under supervision in a complex clinical environment.
The SRMO will be responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of patients, including liaison with other health professionals involved in the patients care within the Departments and upon transfer of care to ongoing medical teams.
Our client offers competitive salary and supportive culture in a dynamic multidisciplinary team.

Your Capabilities:

  • PGY3 +
  • Provisional or Limited Registration / Supervision level 2 or above
  • Must hold current AHPRA Registration or be eligible for AHPRA registration through the Competent Authority Pathway

Apply now! via the link below or call Ania on 0422 028 984 if you would like more information.

If you are interested and have any questions contact Ania Dobosz on or email Ania.d@aushp.com.au

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