Medical HMO 3 (BPT 2)

Important Contacts:

A/Prof Wilma Beswick – Director of Physician Education

A/Prof Andrew MacIsaac – Chief Deputy Medical Officer

Que Lagoutaris – Medical Workforce Co-Ordinator

Connie Macascarenhas – Medical Workforce Advisor - connie.mascarenhas@svha.org.au

Important Dates:

28 April, 2018 - Advertisement Available on St Vincent’s online Recruitment Site

St Vincent’s Information Evening –TBA - https://stvsopennight2017.eventbrite.com.au – access link to register your attendance

Monday 1st May, 2018 - Advertisement Available on St Vincent’s online Recruitment Site

TBA - Closing Date of Advertisement

http://computermatching.pmcv.com.au/public/matches/hmo.cfm

Interviews – TBA

Working at St Vincents

St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (SVHM) has a strong commitment and reputation in supporting and fostering postgraduate training.

SVHM provides a well- supported environment for trainees undertaking the RACP PREP program. The hospital is accredited as a level 3 hospital by the RACP and has a structured and comprehensive training program providing individual support for all trainees. SVHM has an outstanding reputation over many years for success in the RACP examinations.

There are general medical and subspecialty rotations available to enable trainees to experience a variety of disciplines prior to making a career pathway decision.

What do we look for in a potential St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (SVHM) employee?

An ideal candidate is one who expresses and demonstrates a desire to train at St Vincent’s, as well as demonstrates academic, clinical and personal traits that St Vincent’s would find desirable in a potential employee/trainee. We look for good people as well as potentially good clinicians. We are seeking individuals who will contribute to the organisation in the broader sense and foster the unique culture of SVHM.

Attributes include:

  • Ability to work in a team
  • A holistic approach to patient care
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills
  • Good theoretical Knowledge
  • Evidence of interest in academic pursuits including research

Consistency in all or strength in some will enable potential candidates to meet St Vincent’s selection criteria

All our BPT positions are subject to the state-wide computer matching process, conducted by the Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV). All BPT posts are allocated in Victoria through the matching process. Eligibility to participate in the match in Victoria is governed by PMCV in conjunction with the Victorian Government funding body, Department of Health. Refer to PMCV guidelines and website for full details

Application is online via St Vincent’s Workday program.

Applications open 1 May 2018 and close 23 July 2018Click here to apply.

You will be prompted to attach:

  • A cover letter outlining your reasons for application to St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. Address your letter to Associate Professor Wilma Beswick - Director of General Medicine.
  • Your CV (the PMCV template is recommended and includes a photograph).

If you are unable to complete your application via Workday, please email your CV and Cover Letter to Mwfu.enquiries@svhm.org.au 

 

HMO3 Medical (BPT 2) Rotations

Internal External
Emergency General Medicine – Sale
Gastroenterology Oncology – Peter MacCallum
Geriatrics Haematology – Peter MacCallum
Cardiology General Medicine – Warrnambool
Admitting GEM - Werribee
Nephrology
Nights
HDU – High Dependency Unit
SVPH Cardiology

Medical Education

St. Vincent's has a strong commitment to supporting our doctors in postgraduate training. Training programs are coordinated by the Prevocational Supervisor, Supervisors of Physician and Surgical Training and the Medical Education Officer. Education programs include a comprehensive medical orientation program on commencement, weekly lunchtime education sessions on a range of topics specific to junior medical staff and weekly grand rounds. Medical Education is located in the St Vincent’s Hospital Clinical Education and Simulation Centre, providing opportunities to utilise the laboratory, simulation and other facilities for clinical skills education. The Supervisor of Prevocational Training and Medical Education Officer facilitate provide ongoing support to interns throughout the year, and facilitate a mentorship program where interns are matched with a Registrar with similar personal or professional interests.

Orientation

Orientation for new staff will be on the first day of 2018 Clinical Year 3rd February 2019 you will be contacted by the Medical Education Department to ensure you attend where you will receive your Security and Access details.