- Dunedin Hospital
- Fixed term, flexible
Southern DHB has an opportunity at Dunedin Hospital for a Consultant Haematologist to live and work in a part of the world renowned for lifestyle and work/life balance. If you are looking to try something new this could be the opportunity for you.
Dunedin Hospital is a 450 bed teaching hospital with strong links to Otago University Medical School. Our Haematology Service provides a comprehensive tertiary level service to 300,000 people in the Southern DHB district. You will join our busy Oncology and Haematology team consisting of 4 Medical Oncologists, 4 Radiation Oncologists and 4 Haematologists.
The hospital provides a comprehensive tertiary Haematology service to 300,000 people in the Otago and Southland regions of New Zealand. There is an integrated laboratory component. We can offer the opportunity to accommodate a specialist interest. Enquiries from general / malignant haematologists as well as coagulation sub-specialists therefore are welcomed.
This role has a clinical component, in addition to an integrated laboratory component to this role. We can offer the opportunity to accommodate a specialist interest
We are looking for a Consultant Haematologist to join us in a fixed term position, web are flexible in the length, commencement date and also FTE you will hold with us.
Dunedin is a city known for their southern hospitality and having some of New Zealand’s most famous scenery and holiday spots on its doorstep (Queenstown, Wanaka, Milford Sound, Stewart Island to name a few). You can enjoy a diverse range of leisure activities from skiing; trout fishing; surfing; hiking or mountain biking just a stone’s throw from your door. Dunedin has an abundance of amenities, educational (primary through tertiary) facilities, arts scene and cultural life.
In addition to enjoying a challenging and varied workload whilst maintaining the elusive work life balance, you can look forward to a competitive pay rate and a culture where staff are included, valued and respected for their expertise.
You will need to have completed your specialist training and be eligible for vocational registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
If this sounds like it might be the opportunity for you, we encourage you to talk to our team about how we can support you, your partner and your family and provide you with the information to see that this is right move for you.
Closing Date: Open
Candidates please note that screening of applications will be ongoing throughout this advertising period and our advertising will be removed from the Southern DHB website in the event of the role being filled.
For further information please contact, Milair Ryalls, Recruitment Advisor – Senior Medical Officers, Phone: 03 470 9604 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org