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Clinical Ophthalmologist Fellow

The Alice Springs Hospital have an opening for a Clinical Fellowship Ophthalmologist in general ophthalmology.  The successful candidate will have familiarity with general ophthalmology surgical skills for a wide variety of procedures to a high level of competence.

Working in partnership with resident and visiting eye specialists and all eye clinic staff to plan schedules, manage workload and share on-call duties equitably, the successful applicant is expected to work a full working week and may include an earlier start and later finish on outreach clinic days.

Additional requirements may include:

  • Supervise registrars and fellows to support their learning and maintain patient safety, and participate in teaching programs for junior medical staff, medical students and other healthcare staff.

  • Undertake outreach clinics in the wider community through the specialist eye team outreach program, often necessary by light aircraft.

  • Effective cross-cultural service provision and teamwork.

  • Ability to provide a wide range of general ophthalmology surgical and procedural skills including laser treatment to a competent standard.

  • Teaching other students and staff to enhance competence and effective teamwork.

A generous remuneration package for this position includes a base salary and access to additional allowances and medicare rebates*

*Medicare provider number eligibility applies
Contact Information

(08) 8951 7989
Alice Springs, NT, Australia
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Closing date: 01/07/2024

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