Applications are invited for the 2018/2019 year commencing 10 December 2018 for non SET Registrar Positions (2yrs+ Post Graduation) at Waikato Hospital.

Waikato Hospital is a teaching hospital and the major tertiary referral centre providing specialised and emergency healthcare for the Midlands and Waikato area, with patient’s catchment of 900,000 people. It is the only major District Health Board in New Zealand to offer all surgical specialties on one campus and is the major trauma hospital for the Midland region.

Candidates who have completed two years post graduate hospital experience including a variety of surgical experience will be considered. This is an excellent opportunity to experience the breadth of surgery in our large tertiary setting before honing in on a training pathway. We provide an excellent training environment with very good supervision, as well as opportunities for career planning and development as you will gain extensive experience in a wide variety of settings.

Waikato Hospital has 525 general inpatient beds, performs in excess of 21,000 surgical procedures per year in the 22 theatre operating suite, and sees an average of 220 emergency department presentations per day.

Located in Hamilton city, the third largest city in North Island; 1½ hours drive south of Auckland, and offers a superb lifestyle and quality-of-life working environment. As the largest employer in Hamilton, there is a varied and approachable social network based around the hospital. It is within easy reach of both West Coast surfing and East Coast leisure beaches. The Ruapehu Ski-fields are three hours drive away, and there are outstanding opportunities for hiking, sailing, fishing, biking and many other outdoor activities within the Waikato, and throughout New Zealand.

For more information, as well as a job description, please see the job listing on our website.

Applications close 25 June 2018.

 

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