You will hold a strong interest in the specialty of Womens Health and be keen to progress your career into the RANZCOG ITP. In return for this, you will receive a great experience designed to support you into the training programme.
In a department that has a strong academic presence; your opportunities will be far and wide, and will range from fertility clinics to surgery to pelvic floor to endometriosis and childbirth. Our local lecturers give the programme an individual flavour, with hands on opportunities and great teaching sessions.
You will work amongst a group of keen Consultants, 6 Registrars, 3 House Officers, and a number of other Womens Health practitioners, who truly work as a team.
As a minimum requirement, you must have a minimum of 2 years post graduate medical experience and have spent some time in an O&G role.