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Medical Administration Trainee (Blacktown/MT Druitt Hospital)

Medical Administration Trainee (Blacktown/MT Druitt Hospital)

Company: Western Sydney Local Health District
Location: Blacktown/MT Druitt Hospital NSW
Job Type: Full-time
Date Posted: 14/10/2020
Job Contact:

Dr Daryl-Anne Elias

0408 153 272


About the role

Support the provision of appropriate patient care through the enhancement of communication, coordination of clinical services and specifically workforce matters relating to medical staff.

Work with senior clinicians and managers and undertake a range of operational management, system and process review and policy development duties in consultation with the DMS and the Deputy DMS.

A range of management, administrative and leadership tasks will be carried out both independently and semi-independently by the successful applicant. These tasks will include:

  • Information gathering, synthesis, analysis and reporting
  • Meeting activities
  • Performance Management of others
  • Project Management
  • Various human resource functions
  • Stakeholder management
  • Clinical Governance and Risk Management

The successful applicant will have completed at least 1 year of accredited Medical Administration Training in an acute hospital setting, or be a junior Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators.

About Blacktown/MT Druitt Hospitals

Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospital (BMDH) comprises two networked campus at Blacktown and Mount Druitt in Western Sydney. Currently hosting over 500 beds and 90,000 patients presenting to the Emergency Departments each year, the Hospital provides a complex range of healthcare in one of the fastest growing geographic populations in NSW. The completed second stage of the Expansion Project includes expanded capacity for emergency, intensive care, theatres and women’s & children’s health. These state-of-the-art facilities together with the transition to a major teaching hospital, will transition BMDH into one of the largest and digitally enabled public hospital in NSW, and one of the nation’s leading health facilities.

The Blacktown campus provides a 24-hour emergency service, intensive and high dependency care, specialist adult acute medical and surgical services, a comprehensive cancer centre, obstetrics and newborn care and mental health services. Ambulatory care services include satellite renal dialysis, chemotherapy, primary care and community health, drug and alcohol and dental clinic services. The Mount Druitt campus provides a 24-hour emergency service, paediatric medicine, an elective surgical centre of excellence, rehabilitation medicine and palliative care. Ambulatory care services include oral health and an older adult non-acute mental health service.

BMDH is accredited for training for most specialties and is networked with Westmead Hospital for Surgical Skills Training, Basic Physician Training, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine, Radiology, Anaesthetics and Mental Health. Highly competitive rotations have also been established for Critical Care, General Registration (for International Medical Graduates), and vocational General Practice. BMDH is a major teaching hospital for the Western Sydney University School of Medicine. This partnership provides opportunities to join a thriving teaching community as well as access to an active, clinical research network and a multitude of research opportunities.

We are committed to enriching our workplace culture to deliver high quality, safe and reliable health care, and support every individual in our organisation in our pursuit of world class health care for our patients and their families and carers. We recognise a successful training program balances broad clinical experience with high impact education, personal and professional development and personal health and wellbeing. The BMDH Black Label Program has been established for Doctors in Training as a suite of resources and series of opportunities available to trainees to help launch careers and look after trainee work/life balance and wellbeing. This includes career mapping, protected teaching time, clinical and research skills development, mentorship and coaching, flexible working arrangements, and a variety of collegial opportunities.


Need more information?

Contact Dr Daryl-Anne Elias on 0408 153 272 or via email: DarylAnne.Elias@health.nsw.gov.au

Applications close: 25th October 2020 – Click the button below to apply

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