House Officer/Registrar | West Coast

15 May 2017 | ID: 4385

The About Us

The rugged West Coast has many advantages to urban living. There are no traffic lights on the West Coast and the pace of life is gentler. You will be surrounded by down-to-earth colleagues and feel part of a community that truly values its health workers. City life is only a 30 minute flight or 3 hour drive away over beautiful mountain passes.

The roles

Full-time House Officer and Registrar roles commencing in December 2017.
Every 3 months, you will rotate through different departments (e.g. General Medicine, General Surgery, AT&R, GP, Mental Health, Paediatrics, ED-based Acute Relief and Inpatient Relief).

We are accredited for 2 training programmes:
Rural Hospital Medicine training – every 3 months, you will rotate through ED, General Medicine, General Surgery, Rural GP and Acute Relief.
GP Training.

What’s in it for Me?

Adopt a medical skillset capable of helping rural communities and work more closely with Senior Medical Officers.
Experience the very best of the great outdoors – suitable for both thrill-seekers and observers. See this link for more information:
Live in a family-friendly environment, with facilities and schools nearby.
Earn 4% more than the rest of the country under the non-urban scale of the collective agreement.

Skills & Experience

You will have completed PGY2 (or FY2) by December 2017.
You must be eligible for general or provisional general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. You can check your eligibility by visiting the Council’s website at

How to Apply

If you meet the above criteria, then please click on the following link:



You will need to submit:
Electronic copies of your CV and covering letter, and
Contact details for three referees.

For further information, email Karen O'Donoghue on






West Coast



Work type

Full time

Start date