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Company District Health Boards (DHB)/Waitemata District...
Location North Shore City, Auckland
Listed Sat 12 Oct, 1:14 am
Type Full time, Permanent
Reference 317526570
  • Innovative and exciting patient models of care
  • Opportunity to contribute to education
  • Largest General Medicine service in New Zealand
  • Collaborative and supportive colleagues
  • Engaged management fostering a culture of clinical leadership Active participation in developing clinical pathways and guidelines

We are looking for an SMO who is dual trained in general medicine and geriatric medicine to join this exciting new venture for WDHB.

Our General Medicine service is the largest in NZ and offers wide experience with supportive specialities and good trainees.

This role will assist in providing coordinated and specialised care pathway for the acute care of the frail elderly

We have a diverse population with a variety of interesting, stimulating and challenging medical presentations serving a population of 630,000 people across two hospitals. To be successful in this role you will deliver excellent clinical services with the support of junior medical staff, management and other health professionals in a collegial and collaborative environment.

You will be highly motivated to support resident medical officers preparing in their physician training. Experience in teaching and a keen interest in the future development of our training programmes are essential.

To apply for the role you will be registered (or registerable) with the Medical Council of New Zealand and either hold a FRACP (or equivalent). If you are from overseas or outside Auckland our candidate care team will help with the logistics of immigration and relocation, to make your move as smooth as possible.

For more information please contact Melanie Simpson, Operations Manager. Ph: + 64 (0)21 869 773 or email

You may also contact the Clinical Directors: Dr Hamish Hart, General or Dr Cheryl Johnson, Clinical Director, Older Adults,

To view a position description click here

Please apply on-line at

Job code: NOR05573

Closing date: 11th November 2019

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.