CALHN Emergency Medicine - Various Positions (Registrar Pool)

  • Central Adelaide Local Health Network
  • The Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Salary $146,555 - $152,416
  • Full-time temporary, multiple contracts for immediate start available

Attractive salary starting from $146,555 for up to 38 hours per week, plus 11% superannuation, additional allowances for working any overtime, up to $8,500 professional development allowance and up to $10,000 relocation allowance.

Why not come to South Australia’s largest health network and experience Emergency medicine in Central Adelaide whilst enjoying all that Adelaide has to offer?

Ranked one of the worlds “Most Liveable Cities” Adelaide is a culinary playground with a delicious mix of fine dining restaurants, award-winning cafes, bustling food markets and booming boutique bars. South Australia is home to 18 wine regions and has officially been named a Great Wine Capital of the World. Adelaide is also known as a world class festival city with events that spans across the whole year; think festivals dedicated to Australia's most watched game, or all things culinary excellence; Australia's biggest cycling race, international sporting debuts or the world's second largest arts festival. There's a reason why South Australia is known as the festival state.

About the Role:

The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is South Australia's largest accredited teaching hospital. It is the major trauma centre for South Australia, treating over 1700 trauma patients per year with 25% of these being classed as having serious injury. It has a catchment area for trauma that includes all of South Australia, plus adjacent sections of the neighbouring states.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), 20 minutes west of the CBD, is a 307-bed acute care teaching hospital, with the ED seeing approximately 125 patients a day, along with a varied case-mix including paediatrics and gynaecology. A new upgrade is in progress to include a new ED wing, in addition to new operating theatres, day surgery suite, outpatient clinics, medical imaging services and intensive care unit.

Registrars are well supported by consultant medical staff at both sites, with a consultant presence for at least 16 hours/day, with consultants on call and easily and willingly available during the night.

Benefits of Working at CALHN

  • Salary packaging: An option for saving money by paying for some of your everyday expenses from your salary before it is taxed.
  • Professional Development Allowances of up to $8,500 & Professional Development leave.
  • Attractive Relocation allowances of up to $10,000.
  • 5 weeks paid annual leave per year.
  • Attractive parental leave benefits for eligible employees.
  • Onsite car parking available.
  • Training is given a high priority, with protected paid teaching time available.
  • Ability to sponsor both Training (407) and Temporary Skill Shortage (482) visas.
  • An experienced consultant supervisor to support you along your career journey.
  • University and inclusion: CALHN supports and fosters a culture in which employees feel they belong and feel safe at work.

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Enquiries
Joanne Gage [email protected]