Medical Registrar - Oncology
Right now, we have an exciting opportunity to join the Oncology Team based in Whangarei.
Are you seeking that role with real impact and meaning? Would you like to see the tangible outcome of your work, in your community, every day? At Te Whatu Ora Northland District, we're driving health equity for Te Tai Tokerau, and we want you to be a part of our diverse and passionate whānau.
Te Whatu Ora is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and holds stewardship for equitable health outcomes for Māori with Tāngata Whenua as the highest priority.
Whangarei is the largest hospital in Northland, providing secondary care services for the region, supported by three regional hospitals. Northland covers an area of 12,600 square kilometres and has a population of approximately 201,500. As a region Northland is renowned for its beautiful beaches and relaxed lifestyle.
Our medical oncology team in Whangarei has expanded to include 5 Medical Oncologists, a Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Nurse Specialist and 2 Registrar roles. A Medical Oncology Registrar role has been created with a view to offer an opportunity for advanced training in medical oncology in Northland with unit accreditation currently underway.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to work alongside an experienced and enthusiastic team in a rapidly growing unit serving a wide and diverse population over a huge geographical area.
You will have exposure to clinics including new patient assessments, follow up and on treatment reviews as well as assisting in the acute management and inpatient oversight of patients on anti-cancer therapies. The medical oncology service have sub satellites (Local Delivery of Oncology) treatments in Kaitaia and the Bay of Islands with opportunities to run clinics there.
Additional educational opportunities can be arranged to include visits with the community hospice team and project/ research participation.
This post does not include out of hours on-call requirements therefore offering a great work life balance for those studying or with young families.
There is an active clinical training programme with didactic sessions, interactive based teaching, journal club and videoconferencing of RACP lectures. Te Whatu Ora Northland District is accredited for 24 months basic physician training.
Before applying you must have either general registration or be eligible for registration with the New Zealand Medical Council (www.mcnz.org.nz). Check if you're eligible here: http://www.mcnz.org/get-registered/registration-self-assessment-tool/
Northland is a popular place to work. If you want to grow as a clinician, reinforce skills, or broaden your experience you need to speak with us.
Join Te Whatu Ora Northland District and you'll quickly discover you're more than part of the team – you belong to our family.
A career with Te Whatu Ora Te Tai Tokerau will see you action meaningful change in the region we love, and in your professional development – all whilst enjoying everything the stunning North has to offer. You really can enjoy the best of both.
Our people live our Values:
Tangata I te tuatahi People First - People are central to all we do
Whakaute (tuku mana) Respect - We treat others as they would like to be treated
Manaaki Caring - We nurture those around us, and treat all with dignity and compassion
Whakawhitiwhiti korero Communication - We communicate safely, openly and with respect to promote clear understanding
Taumata teitei (hiranga) Excellence - Our attitude of excellence inspires success, competence, confidence and innovation
Vacancy No: ONR2023
|Job type:||Permanent Full time|
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