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Job title

 

Alice Springs Hospital –unaccredited Endocrinology Registrar August 2024 and 2025

General medical, trainee, rural, locum position

 

Trainee, rural

Job description

 

Looking for somewhere challenging, confronting, rewarding...somewhere fundamentally different? 

 

Alice Springs Hospital (ASH) is seeking a motivated advanced trainee to work as endocrinology registrar in the Department of Medicine. This is accredited as general medicine non-core/ sub-specialty.

 

The expanding Endocrinology and Diabetes team at ASH consists of three local endocrinologists and is complemented by four Diabetes Nurse Educators. The high prevalence of diabetes in the local population (up to 40 % of aboriginal adults) provides opportunity to improve your knowledge and management of diabetes.  Hospital work involves outpatient clinics (General Endocrinology clinics and dedicated multidisciplinary Type 1 diabetes and Weight Management clinics), ward consults of often complex patients, and opportunity for outreach clinics.

 

The medicine here is entirely unique. Around 75% of patients are Indigenous - many from remote communities. Co-morbidities and social conditions can be complex and effective communication is essential. Alice Springs Hospital is a 183 bed teaching hospital affiliated with the Flinders University South Australia and Charles Darwin University, Royal Darwin Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre, with many visiting specialists.  The catchment area is over a million square kilometres with a strong focus on Indigenous and remote health.

 

Alice Springs is the regional hub of Central Australia with an urban population of approximately 30,000 people.  It is multicultural with well-established schools and amenities, high quality local cafes and restaurants, an active entertainment scene and multiple local sporting clubs with something for everyone.  Alice is bicycle-friendly - rarely taking more than 10 minutes to get anywhere. Out of town are places to camp under the stars, swim through gorges, explore rocky mountain ranges and hit world-class mountain bike trails. The sky is sunny 95% of the time, making it perfect for outdoor activities. 

 

For more information on working and living in Alice Springs visit RACP STP video series:

https://www.racp.edu.au/fellows/specialist-training-program/in-our-own-words

 

Link to apply

 

No link currently

Please contact:

Dr. Anna Holwell

Head of Department of Medicine, Alice Springs Hospital

E: anna.holwell@nt.gov.au

Ph: 08 8951 7777

OR

Dr. Elna Ellis

Endocrinology Lead

E: elna.ellis@nt.gov.au

Ph: 08 8951 7777

Closing date

 

15/6/25

 

 

Job title

 

Alice Springs Hospital –unaccredited Endocrinology Registrar  August 2024

General medical, trainee, rural, locum position

 

Trainee, rural

Job description

 

 

Link to apply

 

No link currently

Please contact:

Dr. Anna Holwell

Head of Department of Medicine, Alice Springs Hospital

E: anna.holwell@nt.gov.au

Ph: 08 8951 7777

Closing date

 

15/7/25

 

Job title

 

Alice Springs Hospital –unaccredited Endocrinology Registrar  August 2024

General medical, trainee, rural, locum position

 

Trainee, rural

Job description

 

 

Link to apply

 

No link currently

Please contact:

Dr. Anna Holwell

Head of Department of Medicine, Alice Springs Hospital

E: anna.holwell@nt.gov.au

Ph: 08 8951 7777

Closing date

 

15/7/24

 (Posted 12/06/24)

 

Private Practice Endocrinologist – South Sydney Medical Specialists

www.southsydneymedicalspecialists.com.au

Fully private, well-established while still growing multi-disciplinary practice based in Kogarah and Miranda is seeking an Endocrinologist to join our team. 

At South Sydney Medical Specialists, we pride ourselves on our cohesive, multi-disciplinary team dedicated to enhancing lives through the effective management of endocrine disorders. Comprising Endocrinologists, a Credentialed Diabetes Educator, and an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, we collaborate to deliver comprehensive patient care. We prioritize fostering a supportive, flexible professional environment, offering adaptable schedules to ensure a healthy work-life balance for our team members. Our strength lies in both individual expertise and collective synergy, fostering collaboration, knowledge exchange, and unwavering support. With a commitment to personalized, patient-centered care, we invite dedicated professionals to join our esteemed team.

Situated conveniently in Kogarah and Miranda with excellent public transport access, our modern facilities offer fully equipped consulting rooms for endocrinologists. With a growing patient base, we seek like-minded practitioners to contribute to our dynamic team.

What can we offer?

Please forward your Expression of Interest to Shirley Aston (manager@southsydneymedicalspecialists.com.au)

(Posted 12/06/24)

 

 

 

Staff Specialist/Senior Specialist - Endocrinologist

 

 A key role with exciting opportunities

CHS is a vision and values-led organisation. Our values guide our day-to-day actions, behaviours, decisions and communications to successfully deliver the best services to meet the needs of our community. They were developed by us, for us and are unique to our work.

 Position Overview

The CHS Division of Medicine provides a range of medical specialties and allied health services.  A strong emphasis is placed across all sections on accessible and timely care, delivered to a high standard of safety and quality.  This is underpinned by the Division’s commitment to research and training.  The Division works in partnership with professional colleagues, consumers, and a range of government and non-government service providers to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.

The Endocrinology Department at the Canberra Hospital is the tertiary referral centre for endocrinology in the ACT and surrounding areas of NSW and sees patients with a wide range of conditions including (but not limited to) pituitary disease, thyroid disease, adrenal disease, gonadal disorders, metabolic bone disease, electrolyte disorders and diabetes.  Canberra Health Services Diabetes Service is an interdisciplinary team comprising medical, nursing and allied health professionals.

 The service provides a coordinated and integrated service between the Canberra Hospital and various community-based locations within the ACT. The service provides diabetes care and treatment across the continuum for adults, including women during pregnancy, Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and secondary forms of diabetes.

 The successful applicant will need to possess a strong work ethic and ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment, be committed to achieving positive results for the department and continually apply judgement, initiative, critical thinking, and common sense.

The available position is permanent, part-time, up to 0.55 FTE, with on-call requirements for endocrinology inpatients and consults, as well as phone advice.

 Benefits

Medical Practitioners employed at CHS enjoy excellent conditions. Our Enterprise Agreement is available at https://www.health.act.gov.au/careers/come-and-work-us/enterprise-agreements

Remunerations and benefits for this position include:

 Why Canberra?

With more restaurants and cafés per capita than anywhere else in Australia, there is always somewhere new to tempt your tastebuds.

If the outdoors is more your scene, there’s mountains, snow, and surf all right at your doorstep. Canberra is so much more than politics, so if you’re considering a change in scenery, the ACT has a lot to offer.

Visit Canberra has more information about Canberra and Canberra Live has information about living and working in Canberra.

How to apply or want to know more?

Applications must be submitted through the e-recruitment system. Applications must include a copy of a current resumé, and a pitch of no more than two pages outlining your skills, knowledge and experience and why you should be considered for this role.

 You should take into consideration the selection criteria under “what you require” in the Position Description when drafting your response. 

 Successful applicant may be selected based on written application and referee report only.

 For more information about this role and how to apply, please click here to see the Position Description.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr Carolyn Petersons

 Email: Carolyn.Petersons@act.gov.au Phone: 02 5124 2214

(Posted 23/04/24)

 

 

 The expanding Endocrinology and Diabetes team at ASH consists of 3 local endocrinologists and complemented by four Diabetes Nurse Educators. The high prevalence of diabetes in the local population provides many opportunities to improve your knowledge and management.  Hospital work involves outpatient clinics (both Diabetes and Endocrinology), ward consults of complex patients, and outreach clinics.

 The medicine here is entirely unique. More than 80% of patients are Indigenous - many from remote communities. Co-morbidities and social conditions can be complex and effective communication is essential. Alice Springs Hospital is a 183 bed teaching hospital affiliated with the Flinders University South Australia and Charles Darwin University, Royal Darwin Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre, with many visiting specialists.  The catchment area is over a million square kilometres with a strong focus on Indigenous and remote health.

The Department of Medicine staff consists of a mix of General Physicians and other Specialists, many with dual training. We have local cardiology, rheumatology, infectious diseases, palliative care, alcohol and other drugs, endocrinology, oncology, a large renal unit, gastroenterology and many regular visiting specialists. There is on site general surgery, orthopaedics, obstetrics, gynaecology, psychiatry, paediatrics, day procedures unit and an 11 bed ICU. There are four General Medical teams, a busy Outpatient Department and we provide outreach clinics to some of the most remote parts of Australia.    

Alice Springs is the regional hub of Central Australia with an urban population of approximately 30,000 people.  It is multicultural with well-established schools and amenities.  Alice is bicycle-friendly - rarely taking more than 10 minutes to get anywhere. Out of town are places to camp under the stars, swim through gorges, explore rocky mountain ranges and hit world-class mountain bike trails.

 For more information on working and living in Alice Springs visit RACP STP video series:

https://www.racp.edu.au/fellows/specialist-training-program/in-our-own-words

 ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

Applicants must be AHPRA-registered and eligible for Advanced Training. The position is accredited for General and Acute Care Medicine and can count towards Endocrine "elective" year. Subspecialty advanced trainees wanting experience in rural general medicine or indigenous health are strongly encouraged to apply.

APPLICATION DETAILS

Commencement: 5th Feb 2024

Contact 1: Dr Kirsten Neal

Endocrinologist and General Medicine, Department of Medicine, Alice Springs Hospital

Email: kirsten.neal@nt.gov.au 

Contact 2: Dr Elna Ellis

Endocrinologist and General Medicine, Department of Medicine, Alice Springs Hospital

Email: Elna.Ellis@nt.gov.au  Ph: 08 8951 7777

(Posted 06/06/23)

 

Endocrinologists wanted

Redlands Specialist Centre has an exciting opportunity for endocrinologists to join our existing endocrinology team. The position is suitable for endocrinologists, who have the capacity to add to their current practice,  or want to dip their toe in private practice with no financial risk. New consultants who are finishing their training are welcome to apply.

Due a high local demand, we are seeking endocrinologists who are able to consult 1-5 days per week from Redlands specialist Centre. You will have instant referrals, on the day you start.  This opportunity provides flexibility and can be balanced easily with another public or private position.

Redlands Specialist Centre is a reputable multidisciplinary specialist Centre with a large well established referral network. Located ~40 min drive from Brisbane CBD & Gold Coast, the bayside community is rapidly growing with over 90 GP practices and a number of nursing homes.  We are located opposite the public and private hospitals in Cleveland.

Benefits

Join our team and enjoy flexibility and peace of mind in a well supported environment!
If interested for immediate or future start, please contact Lisa Parham on

0402 648 520 or email doctors@redlandsspecialistcentre.com.au

Organisation: Redlands Specialist Centre
Organisation websites: www.redlandsspecialistcentre.com.au
Contact Name: Lisa Parham
Contact Email: doctors@redlandsspecialistcentre.com.au
Contact Phone: 0402 648 520
How to Apply: Application can be submitted via email.
(Posted 06/06/23)

 

 

Position Title:                Senior Staff Specialist or Staff Specialist (Endocrinologist)     

Location:                     Southport and Robina

Remuneration:              Estimated total remuneration up to $440,177 p.a.

Job Description:

 An opportunity has become available for a Senior Staff Specialist or Staff Specialist (Endocrinologist) to join Gold Coast Health (GCH) where the focus of our 10,000-strong team is on providing world-class health care to people living in the Gold Coast, and northern New South Wales region of Australia.

About the role

Inpatient and Outpatient care of patients.

Leadership of a multidisciplinary patient care team.

Development of research capability within diabetes and endocrinology.

Provision of training, education and supervision to junior medical staff and other health care members.

Medical Lead for diabetes services across the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service (GCHHS).

 Requirements for the role

 Salary information

 Other benefits

 About Gold Coast Health

 How to Apply

Please review the Role Description in the link below and submit your application utilising the Medical CV template provided by Friday, 9 June 2023.

Job Ad reference:  GC489353

 Enquiries:                     Dr Katherine Griffin  (07) 5687 5149

Job Ad Reference:      GC489353

Application Details:    https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-GC489353

Closing Date:              Friday, 9 June 2023

 

Consultant Physician - Endocrinologist/Diabetologist  

Diabetes Integrated Team
Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth
Permanent, part time
0.7 FTE / 56 hours per fortnight

New Plymouth was named the most liveable city, for a population between 75,000-150,000, by the International Awards for Liveable Communities

Why Taranaki?

Taranaki boasts some of New Zealand’s most iconic natural landscapes like Mt Taranaki and many adventure activities. The rugged and wild coastline is home to more than 12 world-class surf breaks. Taranaki is a place where you can ski and surf in the same day.  For a more relaxing experience, there are many walks (bush, coastal or mountain) as well as   art trails, festivals and award-winning museums and galleries and a thriving café culture.  Click here to read more information about Taranaki.

The Taranaki District Health Board is a large organisation operating in the exciting, changing Health sector. To hear more about our culture view the video on our careers page.

About the Role

The Diabetes Integrated Team (DIT)  is delivered by a collaboration of providers in the Taranaki region who are committed to improving health outcomes and health equity for people living with diabetes (PWD) and their support people/whānau. 

The collective is embarking on a new integrated service delivery model that has been co-designed by a wide range of stakeholders including PWD across the Taranaki region with one common goal that is to improve the experience and outcomes of those living with diabetes.

This is a newly created role working with a recently established and significantly resourced integrated care team that has two main functions:

  1. Providing clinical expertise to directly manage complex patients with diabetes. This includes the aim of transferring stable patients back to their Primary Care provider and working collaboratively with primary care to care for them as a team
  2. Providing Support, education and training for both health professionals and patients, guided by the needs of Primary Care and Māori providers, to ensure patients with diabetes receive high quality and consistent clinical care and health information.

​​​​​​This role will require a strong focus on community care delivery which aims to manage patients closer to their home.

About You

You will be expected to have:

Click here to view the position description.

Please click here to apply.

For further information, please contact Claudia Matthews, Service Lead - Medical, on Email: Claudia.Matthews@tdhb.org.nz

Closing date for applications is 1 October 2023 however, if we make an appointment before this date, we will close the vacancy.
(Posted 06/04/23)

 

Endocrinologist wanted for South-West Sydney 
A busy endocrinologist is required for a multi-disciplinary private practice in Gregory Hills. Parking provided. Please call 0432325015 if you would like to know more. 
Vivek Thakkar 
Associate Professor, Macquarie University, Consultant Rheumatologist 
(Posted 20/03/23)

 

Endocrinologist wanted

Position Objective

Brellah is a patient-centric healthcare model focusing on changing how medical services
are provided in Australia. Patients are encouraged and supported by clinicians and
health professionals who embrace collaborative care to drive better health outcomes.
A Brellah Endocrinologist provides long-term and continuous care to patients and aims
to develop an ongoing relationship with them and their families/ carers, which can lead
to an increased sense of respect and trust.

Contact: Name: Liz Leiva, Email: liz.leiva@brellah.com.au  M: 0474 030 246

Deadline on 1st May 2023.

Click for further information

 

Research Officer - Epidemiology

Garvan Institute

The Research Officer, Level 1 to 3, will be working in the Clinical Studies and Epidemiology lab in a collaborative framework with other members of the Skeletal Diseases Program. The research will be focused on understanding the consequence of fracture, using large epidemiological and linked datasets. Depending on the level of seniority, the conduct of research will be under guidance from a more senior scientist.
Apply now: Research Officer – Epidemiology 
(Posted 09/02/23)

Research Officer– Bone Therapeutics

Garvan Institute

We are seeking an experienced, full-time Research Officer to join the Skeletal Diseases Program to support and drive a variety of projects on bone cell biology and mechanisms of drug action.  The successful applicant will be part of a dynamic, multidisciplinary team using single-cell analyses, imaging, metabolomics and bioinformatics approaches to study animal models and patient samples. The successful candidate will have proven expertise in a variety of lab techniques, with excellent communication skills.
Apply now: Research Officer – Bone Therapeutics   
(Posted 09/02/23)