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Staff Specialist – Haematologist - Gippsland VIC

16 Nov 2022 4:26 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

Staff Specialist Haematologist  Latrobe Regional Hospital

Applications close 8 December 2022

This position will be responsible for the provisions of Specialist Haematology Services for patients at Latrobe Regional Hospital and in addition, where required, to outreach clinics in Gippsland.

This position will be involved in the training and supervision of medical and nursing staff as required.

The aim of this position is to ensure the delivery of haematology services is consistent with the clinical governance framework and core values of LRH.

Qualifications/Experience

  1. Mandatory
    • MBBS or equivalent essential

    • FRACP or equivalent with subspecialty training in haematology

  2.  Desirable

Dual training with FRCPA would be highly regarded

Duties/Responsibilities

  • Provide specialist haematology services, within credentialed privileges to patients of LRH and at outreach sites in Gippsland in collaboration with other Haematologists. This may include performing a share of on-call duties and responsibilities.
  • Assist fellow Haematologists in providing leave cover to outreach sites
  • Work towards the provision of best practice care to all patients in the context of current professional knowledge and organisational resources.
  • Promote and maintain the core values of LRH with sense of pride and purpose of the organisation and the service.
  • To provide supervision and training to medical students, interns, registrars and other junior medical and nursing staff.
  • Ensure appropriate interaction and service integration with other relevant services, especially Medical Oncology, General Medicine, Radiotherapy, Palliative Care, Chemotherapy, Allied Health and the Emergency Department.
  • Participate actively in the service audit, other Quality Assurance and Improvement Activities and clinical meetings.
  • Participation and/or supporting projects run by the Gippsland Regional Integrated Cancer Service.
  • Promote and maintain appropriate standards to meet all required professional requirements and accreditation measures (eg NSQHS, PMCV, relevant college(s)).
  • Further develop clinical skills consistent with special interests and the role of LRH.
  • Have active involvement in the further development of haematology services into the future including inpatient services and clinical research activities within the department.

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CONTACT

Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ)
145 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: 02 8097 8114


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