Auckland– How far can you go?
- Learn from world class doctors
- High level of integration with employment and training
- Experience a diverse population and a wide variety of patient presentations
- 11 June 2018 start date
AsAuckland is the largest city in New Zealand, there is plenty for you and yourfamily/friends to do here. Whether it’s dining at one of our world classrestaurants, surfing our beautiful beaches or hiking through our lush forests,we have something for everyone! Workingas an Auckland Doctor means that you have the opportunity to rotate at any oneof our three DHB’s, which will give you exposure to a variety of differentspecialties and cultures.
Working as an Intensive Care Medicine Registrar
Byjoining the Auckland Region as an Intensive Care Registrar, you enter aprogramme with rotations through world class teaching hospitals: North Shore,Waitakere, Auckland City, Starship Children’s and Middlemore.
AllAuckland region hospitals are located within a 25 kilometre radius of eachother. Come and experience our diverse demographic population and a variety ofpresentations and pathologies.
- Please visit the College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) website for details: www.cicm.org.au
The Intensive CareMedicine Training programme in Auckland (Northern Programme) encompasses allthe requirements for attaining a CICM Fellowship. This is a 5 year programmethat ensures that trainees will gain a broad range of experience in IntensiveCare Medicine; rotating through the Auckland region hospitals. The Northernprogramme offers all sub-specialties in intensive care medicine such as Trauma,Cardiothoracics and Neuro Intensive care. There is regional and unit teachingand we support access to formal courses for the CICM Part 1 and Part 2 exams.
Forthose intending to undertake dual specialisation (Intensive Care plus:Emergency Medicine, or Anaesthesia or Medicine), we recommend you only applyfor an Intensive Care training post after completing the Part 1 exams for theother specialty. At this point youshould know if you prefer to complete your first fellowship training beforecommencing advanced training in ICM, or if you will sit the ICM Part I andtrain concurrently. We can then liaise with your other specialty trainingcommittee to facilitate dual training.
Registrarruns in the Auckland region are 6 months in length. Example run descriptionsfor the 2017 training year can be viewed on our website.
- For NZ/Australian graduates to be a PGY3.
- For UK graduates to be a PGY3 – Postgraduate year 3 at minimum.
- Eligible for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
- Preferably have commenced or completed a run in an Intensive Care or High Dependency Unit
- If dual training, have commenced training in the other specialty
- Ideally a history of completing a six month run in one Intensive Care Unit (very preferable)
Linkto required documents
To be considered, you must include all of the required documents with your application; only complete applications will be assessed for interview:
Are you up for thechallenge? Apply today!
Auckland Doctors. Trainingworld class doctors!