2021 Surgical Hospital Medical Officer (HMO) PGY2+ (PMCV Match)
Fixed Term – Full Time commencing February 2021
The Surgical Stream at Ballarat Health Services is designed for applicants seeking further experience in surgical specialties prior to applying for accredited or unaccredited surgical training positions. Applicants will rotate through four specialty rotations of 13 weeks, including a rotation of General Surgery (day and night), surgical subspecialty rotation of Urology or Orthopaedics, rotation of Emergency Department or Surgical Relief and a rotation of ICU or Critical Care (ICU and Anaesthetics).
Ballarat Health Services comprises of the Base Hospital (221 beds), Queen Elizabeth Centre (sub-acute care – 70 beds) and Psychiatric Services (67 beds). Ballarat Health Services is a major training site for the University of Melbourne and Deakin Rural Clinical Schools. Senior staff are strongly committed to teaching and the professional development of Interns, HMOs and Registrars. Benefits provided to those working at Ballarat Health Services include Salary Packaging, Gymnasium, Social Club, HMO Room and Library.
Ballarat offers a superb regional lifestyle with excellent public and private schools, recreational and sporting facilities, shopping, entertainment and cultural pursuits. Country or city living is available within minutes of the hospital and there is easy access to Melbourne (70 minutes).
For further information about the advertised position, please contact the Medical Workforce Unit on 03 5320 6858 or via email to [email protected]
Ballarat Health Services participates in a statewide matching process coordinated by the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV). The PMCV govern the eligibility to apply for positions through the computer match.
Applications are to be made via an online application to Ballarat Health Services and the PMCV website.
Appointment is subject to a satisfactory police check and immunisation clearance.
BHS is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.