Orange Health Service is offering a 12 month training position with the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine.
The trainee will provide, a consultative and educational service on all matters associated with rehabilitation, as part of a multidisciplinary team. In particular, the trainee will provide assessment of the medical, physical, functional, psychological and social needs, with a view to providing appropriate rehabilitation opportunities as well as assessment for resettlement support of patients back into the community.
Orange Health Services is a 270-bed major non-metropolitan referral hospital, serving a population of 300,000. It constitutes the largest Rural Campus in the Southern Hemisphere. It is the regional trauma centre for Western NSW and has a fully FACEM staffed ED. The Intensive Care Unit is the referral unit for the Local Health District. It is a level 5 unit and is staffed accordingly. There are a comprehensive range of specialist services including almost all medical and surgical services, with the exception of spinal, burns, cardiothoracic and neurosurgery.
- MBBS or equivalent degree with current General Registration with AHPRA
- Successful completion of PGY1 and PGY2 years.
- Minimum 12 months employment within the Australian Health System in the previous 24 months.
- Satisfactory report of clinical performance from Supervisor of Training
- ALS and or ATLS/EMST Course completed or enrolled.
- BASIC Course completed or enrolled.
- Intention to or already registration with a nationally recognised training body (e.g. RACP).
Applications to be made via JMO ROB CAM13194.