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You will contribute to the provision of safe, best practice, cost effective clinical services to patients of, and referred to, the Clinical Haematology Department at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. In particular, the position will involve supervision of patients undergoing treatment for haematological malignancies. As part of the single service multiple sites model, there will be the expectation to work across both the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH). This position will also provide a haematology service to other Local Health Networks as service demands require. Some country service may be required. You will contribute to teaching/training at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and participate in relevant research activities. It is expected that you will contribute to the RAH achieving best practice in the design and delivery of clinical services to its patients. The RAH is the largest hospital in South Australia, providing world class health care and facilities. The most advanced hospital in Australia, the RAH is the cornerstone of the reformed SA Health system - harnessing the latest in architectural design in order to create a state-of-the-art health environment for patients and positive working environments for staff.
You will hold a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, and have Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, with advanced training in Clinical Haematology (or equivalent). This will be supported by a sound understanding of patient care in Haematology and working within a multidisciplinary treatment team in a major teaching hospital. You will demonstrate a high degree of professional integrity, and have prior experience in clinical teaching.
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job Ref: 728113.
Closing Date 17 July 2020
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1 year Fixed Term - Full Time From 1 February 2021 to 6 February 2022
Northern Health is a dynamic health service, providing vital public healthcare to residents of Melbourne’s northern suburbs and the surrounding regional communities. Our campuses offer services to a diverse community across acute, subacute, ambulatory and community programs.
An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic Haematology Fellow to join the Haematology team at Northern Health.
We can offer:
Areas of Responsibility:
Must be a registered practitioner in the State of Victoria with appropriate training and experience in General Medicine and clinical haematology. Final year advanced trainee for the Royal Australian College of Physicians or a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP) is desirable but not compulsory.
For more Information, please contact
Dr Teresa Leung, Head of Clinical Haematology Service, Northern Health
Alternatively, you can apply directly via this link
Consultant Haematologist - Fixed-term
· Fixed-term, part/full-time
About Southern DHB
Welcome to Southern District Health Board. Our DHB covers the largest geographical catchment of all the DHB's in New Zealand. We proudly provide top quality healthcare to our population. Dunedin Hospital is the Tertiary Hospital for our district, and enjoys a close relationship with the University of Otago School of Medicine. This gives our staff ready access to continuing professional development and we help provide training to students. In addition to enjoying a varied workload and an exceptional quality of life, you can look forward to a culture where staff are included, valued and respected for their expertise.
About the team
Here you will become one of the team of six Haematologists working within the Southern Blood and Cancer Service in the lower South Island. You will contribute to the provision of safe, best practice, cost effective clinical and laboratory services to patients referred to our Clinical and Laboratory Haematology Department.
About the role
A key component of this role will be your ability to contribute to our team of clinicians overseeing the inpatient and outpatient management of our patients undergoing treatment for acute leukemia, high grade lymphoma etc. in addition to all other malignant and non-malignant haematological disorders. Acting as a mentor and positive role model, you will contribute to teaching/training at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. As part of the single service multiple sites model, you must be able to work across our district from our hub in the city of Dunedin.
Bringing a successful background and experience in managing patients, you will have demonstrated a high standard of clinical practice in haematology. Flexible and adaptable to change, you will value and practice the important quality improvement activities and initiatives. It will come naturally to you to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary environment. Previous experience in clinical teaching will also hold you in good stead for this role. As the ideal candidate, you will have extensive work experience in clinical and laboratory haematology with sub-speciality experience and research in aspects of malignant or non-malignant haematology.
You must hold a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, with Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Physicians with advanced training in Clinical and Laboratory Haematology or equivalent. You must have or be eligible for vocational and / or Locum Tenens registration in Internal Medicine and Pathology with the Medical Council of New Zealand (www.mcnz.org.nz)
Dunedin is a city known for their southern hospitality and having some of New Zealand's most famous scenery and holiday spots on its doorstep (Queenstown, Wanaka, Milford Sound, Stewart Island to name a few). You can enjoy a diverse range of leisure activities from skiing to trout fishing, surfing, hiking or mountain biking just a stone's throw from your door. Dunedin has an abundance of amenities, educational (primary through tertiary) facilities, arts scene and cultural life.
Closing date: Open
Candidates who are not currently registered with the New Zealand Medical Council should be aware that from 1 November 2017 it will be the requirement of the NZ Medical Council that your qualifications are approved through EPIC. If you have a commitment to working in New Zealand it is highly recommended that you start this process as soon as possible so as to allow your subsequent registration to be undertaken in a timely fashion. For more information please visit MCNZ website re EPIC Credentialing
For further information please contact Milair Ryalls, Recruitment Advisor - Senior Medical Officers, Phone (03) 470 9604 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We only accept online applications. Please apply via our website: www.southerndhb.govt.nz/careers/Or this link
Registrar – Advanced Trainee – Clinical / Clinical and Laboratory Haematology
Tasmanian Health Service – Northern Region
Launceston General Hospital
Hours/Period of Appointment
Fixed term, full time, day working 80 hours per fortnight to commence 1 February 2021 until 6 February 2022 Notwithstanding hours may be negotiated with the successful applicant.
Responsible for the day to day management of private and public haematology inpatients and outpatients within the Launceston General Hospital and provide supervised out-reach services at North West Regional Hospital, Burnie and Mersey Community Hospital, Latrobe.
Provide on-call and after-hours emergency cover at the hospital as determined by the Medical Staffing Unit.
For more information please contact:
A/Prof Muhajir Bawa Mohamed,
Director of Haematology,Launceston General Hospital, mail to:
(03) 6777 6688
For more information and to apply click this link
With continued growth and well-established referral pathways, Montserrat Cancer Care is seeking to appoint a consultant Haematologist to join our Sunshine Coast team
Established in 1998, Sunshine Coast Haematology and Oncology Clinic (SCHOC), was the first freestanding day-hospital in Queensland, specifically designed for patients receiving treatment for their haematology and oncology conditions. Since then we have used the same successful model and opened sister facilities across the Australia.
Montserrat Cancer Care specialises in the care of patients requiring Oncology and Haematology treatments, iron infusions, immunotherapy, hormone therapy and specialised infusions.
SCHOC has recently expanded and collaborated with Radiation Oncology to offer an integrated service. The facility is of the highest standard and offers spectacular views of the Sunshine Coast and Buderim. The clinic comprises of 16 Chairs providing Chemotherapy, haematological treatments and specialist drug infusions.
Our centres value patients centred holistic care, we support multidisciplinary evidenced approached to treatment and patients receive complimentary on-site car parking and have a tailored menu and personalised care.
There is no better place to live and work than in Queensland. With exceptional local dining scene, beaches and great private schools are all within short distances.
Montserrat Cancer Clinics are licensed with Queensland Health as a day-hospital facility, and has current contracts with all private health funds.
The Clinics are accredited by Global Mark to the International Standard ISO9001.
If you are a Haematologist looking for a “sea change’ or the next career move, please send a copy of your CV to:
Ken Hilliard- Senior Business Development Manager
Phone: 0438 609 033
Christchurch Hospital, Canterbury District NZ -
Fixed term role of twelve months – possibility of extension
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The Canterbury District Health Board systematically plan, fund and deliver care to almost 600,000 people that live in the Canterbury region. The Canterbury Health System is a world leader in the delivery of integrated health care. Our main focus is placing people (staff and patients alike) at the centre of everything we do.
The Canterbury DHB Haematology Service provides comprehensive diagnostic and clinical management support for adult patients with blood disorders throughout New Zealand’s South Island. The department is currently staffed by seven haematologists.
Between the hospital and community IANZ-accredited laboratories, a full range of tertiary-level haematology diagnostic techniques is available. The adult Clinical Haematology Service delivers comprehensive management of malignant and non-malignant conditions. The former include remission-induction of acute leukaemias and high-grade lymphomas, as well as autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplantation.
Christchurch Hospital is the largest tertiary, teaching and research hospital in the South Island and we presently have a fixed term role of twelve months for a Consultant Haematologist who is eligible for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
The Haemostasis Service has responsibility for thrombotic and bleeding disorder management, including strategy development across medical, surgical, paediatric and obstetric areas. The service maintains an active clinical trial programme, participating in international phase I/II and phase III studies of therapeutic products for coagulation, malignant and non-malignant conditions.
If you thrive on working in a diverse community which has a sizeable complexity of need then we would like to hear from you. There is a possibility that the fixed term may be extended.
Our Culture: What matters to us
Ko ngā tāngata, te mātua mahi
Putting people at the heart of all we do
Health is ultimately all about people. What’s important around here is the way we care for and respect others, the responsibility taken for delivering outcomes, and going about our work with integrity.
Being part of the Canterbury District Health Board, our people enjoy access to, flexible working arrangements and a genuine and ongoing focus on career development.
We hope you’ll seriously consider joining us, but if this role isn’t a good fit for you, please share this opportunity with people in your personal networks.
The Canterbury DHB believes that diversity and inclusion is key to ensure we deliver the best care for our diverse population. The Canterbury DHB is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer that welcomes and respects everyone.
Apply online, or to find out more information about the recruitment process please contact Tracey Sutherland, Recruitment Specialist on Tracey.Sutherland@cdhb.health.nz to find out more about the role contact Dr Mark Smith, Clinical Director Haematology on Mark.Smith@cdhb.health.nz or 03 364 0640
Your application will be reviewed and progressed as soon as possible.
Border Medical Oncology And Haematology – Public And Private Patients
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Border Medical Oncology and Haematology (BMO) is a busy medical oncology & haematology practice based in Albury-Wodonga. We are seeking a second Haematologist to join our practice on a full time basis.
The practice sees both public and private patients across a broad range of tumour types. We service a regional population of approximately 250,000 people and provide outreach clinics to Wangaratta and Deniliquin. We are based in the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer and Wellness Centre, which includes state of the art day ward, inpatient wards and radiotherapy department. The centre is located on the Albury campus of Albury Wodonga Health.
We have an established, award winning clinical research department allowing our patients access to a broad range of clinical trials. Multidisciplinary clinics are established for common malignancies as well as teleconferencing and mentoring links with metropolitan centres for the co-management of less common tumours.
The successful applicant will have the opportunity to become an associate of the Border Medical Oncology and Haematology practice and a Visiting Medical Officer at the Border Cancer Hospital and Albury Wodonga Health. Opportunities exist for a conjoint appointment with the University of NSW rural medical school
Enough about work. Albury-Wodonga provides an envious lifestyle in one of the most beautiful regions of Australia. (The secret seems to be out as it is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia. There is an abundance of space, clean air, mountains, ski resorts, rivers, wineries, restaurants, national parks and numerous other recreational opportunities. The city has a diverse economy and affordable housing. Read more about how we bench mark on this link. https://smart-cities.dashboard.gov.au/all-cities/overview
The region boasts a number of excellent secondary and tertiary educational facilities. An efficient regional airport provides easy access to Sydney and Melbourne allowing easy face to face interaction with city colleagues and participation in state and national committees.
Contact: Dr Craig Underhill, Border Medical Oncology Phone: 02 60641515 Fax: 02 60641516 or Email:email@example.com
Direct Applications Only
This vacancy is NOT open to any agencies or employment consultants, regardless of their status.
Malaghan Institute of Medical Research
Wellington, New Zealand
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Full-time, fixed-term, 1-2 years
Applications close Friday 14th February 2020
The Malaghan Institute of Medical Research has recently commenced an exciting phase I clinical trial of third-generation chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cells for patients with relapsed and refractory non-Hodgkin lymphoma. We are looking to appoint an experienced and driven haematology or oncology registrar as our new Clinical Research Fellow for the trial. This will be a full-time, fixed- term, 1-2 year role depending on the right applicant.
The successful Fellow will be based at the Institute, also spending time between the Wellington Blood & Cancer Centre and the Clinical Trials Unit at CCDHB. You will work with the Clinical Director, Clinical Trials Nurse, Quality Facilitator and the GMP team to gain experience in CAR T-cell manufacture, clinical trial design and conduct, CAR T-cell toxicity management and cellular therapy quality systems. This Fellowship can be combined with a post-graduate degree qualification.
Applicants must hold or be eligible for registration with the New Zealand Medical Council.
Education and experience:
For full details and to apply, please submit your CV and Cover Letter via this link:
Applications close Friday 14th February 2020 for an anticipated July start. Interviews will be held throughout should the right candidate apply.
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