2022 Training Year Basic Training Medicine Registrars Equiva…

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    Auckland DHB
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    negotiable / month
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What does Auckland have to offer? Auckland offers a lifestyle where there is something for everyone. We have ‘the outdoors’ in abundance, world class entertainment, an extensive range of pubs and bars, and a seemingly endless list of cafes and restaurants. Living in Auckland you will be a matter of minutes from beautiful beaches, native bush, mountain biking tracks, free festivals, community markets, art exhibitions and theatre performances as well as fantastic shopping and eating places. Quite simply, Auckland is unbeatable. Medicine Registrar Basic Training The Auckland region covers a large geographical area with a diverse range of cultures. During your 3 years as a Basic Trainee you will have exposure to a broad and comprehensive range of clinical presentations and subspecialties that can be further developed during a subsequent Advanced Training program. As a New Zealand trainee of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) you will benefit from reimbursements for your training related expenses. World Renowned Teaching HospitalsBy joining the Auckland Region as a Medicine Registrar, you enter a programme with rotations through world-renowned teaching hospitals – North Shore, Waitakere, Auckland City and Middlemore Hospitals, all of which are accredited training sites. You will have the opportunity to work alongside our passionate and knowledgeable senior clinicians who will provide you with supervision and mentorship. We provide a comprehensive teaching programme designed to help trainees complete their physician exams and expand their core medical knowledge. Other learning opportunities include Grand Rounds, Journal Clubs and bedside teaching. This is what our Medicine Registrars have to say about training in Auckland. https://youtu.be/I7poz9KaTxA Eligibility Criteria A minimum of 6 months in General Medicine or Medicine subspecialty runs is required with twelve months or more preferable. Membership as a basic trainee with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is desirable. Eligibility for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand (for local trainees this means you must have completed two full post-graduate years) – support and assistance in this process is provided. Successful candidates will need to be at PGY3 or above at commencement date. Training completed previously outside Australia or New Zealand may be applied for as Recognition of Prior Learning. Selection Process this year: Applicants within NZ: Ranking and Scoring Process, followed by a Ranking Review Day with the Medicine VTC. Applicants outside NZ: Ranking and Scoring Process + Interviews. Applications close: 5pm, Monday 28 June 2021 Offers to successful candidates: 23 August 2021 The Northern Regional Alliance on behalf of the DHBs is committed to seeing Aucklanders from every community and background share in a healthier future. To help us achieve this we need a talented diverse workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds who share our values and would greatly value seeing applicants from our Māori and Pacific communities. Come to Auckland – Where we are training world class doctors Apply Now