Staff Specialist Renal

Position status:  Permanent

Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Health - Medical
Classification: L18-L27
Workplace LocationTownsville region
Job ad reference: QLD/TV544424
Closing date: 4 March 2024
Yearly salary:  $204206 - $258910


Queensland Health (Organisation site) Renal Unit | Medical Service Group | Townsville University Hospital 

Townsville Hospital and Health Service is the public healthcare provider for more than 250,000 people across a geographic area of 150,000km2, delivering a comprehensive range of services across 21 facilities, from primary care in regional locations to highly specialised care at the main hospital. 

Townsville University Hospital, located adjacent to one of Queensland's leading tertiary institutions, James Cook University, is the largest tertiary hospital in northern Australia, providing specialist referral services for 700,000 people living from Mackay, to the Torres Strait, to the Northern Territory border.


Consultant Renal Physician

Location:  Wellington Regional Hospital, Kenepuru Hospital, Hutt Hospital, Kapiti Health Centre

Service: Renal Service
Contract: Permanent, part time
Salary: As per ASMS MECA

Kōrero mō te tūranga – About the role

An exciting opportunity exists for a Consultant Renal Physician to join our team that provides a full service for the management of acute and chronic renal disease to most of the central region of New Zealand (Capital, Coast & Hutt Valley District and Wairarapa District), as well as home dialysis services to Nelson/Marlborough District.

Our Renal Service includes outpatient consultations, inpatient services, renal transplant services and a thorough pre-dialysis service.

The service maintains a strong focus and commitment to home based dialysis, both peritoneal and haemodialysis. Satellite centres are located at Kenepuru and Hutt Valley.

The In-centre dialysis unit at Wellington Regional Hospital services the increasing demand for assisted haemodialysis. Outpatient clinics are provided at Wellington, Hutt, Kenepuru and Kāpiti hospitals.


Visiting Medical Officer in Renal Medicine

State Award Public Hospital Medical Officers (State) Award

Category Specialist Medical & Dental Practitioner | Specialist | Sexual Health Medicine (SMDO)
Vaccination Category Category A
ANZSCO Code 253322 Renal Medicine Specialist
Website www.cclhd.health.nsw.gov.au
Organisation NSW Health
Local Health District / Agency Central Coast Local Health District
Position Classification Visiting Medical Officer

Provide contemporary comprehensive specialist services for optimal patient outcomes.

Provide and support training to clinicians across multiple disciplines to achieve quality education and safe clinical practice. 

To provide nephrology care including the diagnosis, treatment and management (including on call) of all patients with all forms of renal disease including hypertension, acute kidney disease, chronic kidney disease, dialysis and transplantation. 

To provide care to acute and chronic transplants.

Apply through the NSW Health Jobs website (https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au).


Renal Fellow 2024 St George Hospital, Sydney

A position is available for a Renal Fellow at St George Hospital to commence February 2024. It is part time for 12 months (FTE 0.6) with the focus being on a research project and clinical duties, mainly outpatients. Applicants who have completed nephrology training, or have not yet started are welcome to apply. The RACP may accredit 6 months of advanced training in nephrology. 

If interested please see the advertisement in the recruitment website (NSW Health Recruitment - Provisional Fellow (ID: CAM20051) or contact the Head of Department Dr George Mangos (g.mangos@unsw.edu.au).


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