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Obstetrician-Gynecologist OB-GYN Medical Doctor Specialist
|title :||Obstetrician-Gynecologist OB-GYN Medical Doctor Specialist|
|country :||New Zealand|
|profession :||Medical Officer Doctor Physician|
|primary requirements :||1. Must have the appropriate MD qualifications.|
2. Must be able to receive the appropriate registration from the Medical Council of New Zealand.
3. Must be able to receive your Obstetrician-Gynaecologist Vocational Registration in New Zealand from the Medical Council of New Zealand.
4. Must have at least five or more years OB-GYN experience.
5. A high standard of clinical care, management and time management skills.
6. Current Annual Practising Certificate as may be required.
7. Must be able to work in a culturally appropriate manner and have a working knowledge of the Treaty of Waitangi.
8. Full, current and clean NZ drivers licence or a licence from a country recognised by Land Transport Authority.
9. Previous experience working in a multi disciplinary team desired.
10. Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
11. Good computer skills.
12. Good problem solving skills.
13. Ability to prioritise activities.
14. Effective interpersonal skills.
15. Ability to work as part of a team.
16. Ability to manage stress.
17. Sense of humour.
18. Able and willing to commit at least two years to our client.
19. Able and willing to work a roster with practice nurses to provide 24 hour care to the area and surrounding districts and provide medical services to the hospital.
|primary duties :||1.Provide efficient and effective obstetric and gynaecological services to the community service by client.|
2.Provide appropriate and timely advice to the General Manager of Operations on obstetric and gynaecological matters and on professional OB-GYN standards of practice.
3.Instruct, monitor and advise junior medical officers rostered under your direct supervision.
4.Exhibit at all times the necessary personal attributes of a medical professional who is ethical.
5.Consult at a senior level at two gynaecology clinics per week which involves a minimum of five new patients per clinic scheduled for 30 minutes each and a minimum of six follow up patients scheduled for 15 minutes each. (Note that at times of high general practitioner referral other gynaecology clinics will be scheduled at a time to suit the Specialist Medical Officer (SMO) to minimise delays in waits for first specialist assessment. This reflects clients' monthly reporting on the state of the clinic's patient waiting numbers, numbers seen per week and numbers referred per month. This information acts as a trigger to the SMO for the provision of extra services, if necessary.)
6.Provide once a week antenatal consultations with lead maternity carers.
7.Responsible for the provision of 24x7 care for the maternity unit, responding by advice or attendance for all reasonable requests.
8.Provide for 24x7 care for acute gynaecology care.
9.Provide for 24x7 care to the maternity unit and keep the staff informed of any unexpected changes in the roster.
10. Keep abreast of relevant literature, not only on clinical matters, but also on medical management topics such as clinical budgeting, medical auditing, performance appraisal and quality assurance and avail of opportunities to attend relevant conferences.
11. Attend post graduate medical meetings, report back to colleagues on conferences attended to ensure that employees' knowledge in the relevant areas is up to date.
12. Undertake research during regular hours as your time allows.
13. Acquire a solid understanding of the legal framework surrounding medical practices in New Zealand.
14. Learn about the factors which can impact on the health status of Maori and other cultures.
15. Partake in credentialing processes and assist in the development of credentialing processes.
|other notes :||Paid annual leave, paid public holidays, on-call allowance plus some relocation assistance may be available.|