The Director Medical Services is a core member of the Senior Management Team for Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals (BMDH). The position reports to the General Manager.
The Director Medical Services is responsible for ensuring the provision of efficient, effective and appropriate patient centred care safely through the enhancement of communication, coordination of clinical services, clinical governance and medical workforce, education, research and management.
As a member of the senior management team, the Director Medical Services achieves these goals in a collaborative and inclusive manner by providing support and professional assistance to the Network Clinical Directors and Heads of Clinical Specialties / Departments in fulfilling their respective strategic and/or operational portfolio responsibilities, including clinical governance and medical staff performance management.
The position has responsibility for the professional leadership of medical services, providing high level advice to the General Manager and working with clinical staff to strengthen involvement in decision-making, professional leadership and coordination of medical services for the hospital.
The Director Medical Services works collaboratively with the senior management team and WSLHD Executive, providing medical perspectives and effectively contributing to strategic planning for future directions of BMDH and for the Local Health District.
The Director Medical Services is part of the Executive team of Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals and reports to the General Manager and is responsible for ensuring the provision of efficient, effective and appropriate patient centered care safely through the enhancement of communication, coordination of clinical services, clinical governance and medical workforce, education, research and management.
Successful applicants may be offered a conjoint university appointment within the Faculty of Medicine at the relevant University attached to each facility. The level of academic appointment will be commensurate with the qualifications, experience and scholarship and will be held only during the tenure of the WSAHD appointment. No remuneration is attached to the University appointment. The appointee will be responsible to the University for academic matters and to the Health Service for clinical matters.
Appointees may be eligible for credentialing and privileging across all other facilities in the Western Sydney Local Health District.
Conditions of appointment are in accordance with the Staff Specialists (State) Award.
PLEASE NOTE: Applicants expecting to be awarded their Fellowship within three months, may be considered. If successful, the applicant may not be subsequently eligible to commence their appointment until after the relevant qualifications and requirements are formally completed.
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