Specialist/Senior Specialist, Cardiology – Canberra, ACT

Position: Specialist/Senior Specialist, Cardiology

Canberra Health Services

A growing service with exciting opportunities

  • Great location and lifestyle
  • Free parking and easy commuting
  • An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated

The Department of Cardiology is well-established with 14 consultant medical staff positions, 3 Accredited Advanced Trainees in Cardiology, and one Unaccredited Advanced Trainee position. There are 2 cardiac catheter laboratories which undertake a total of over 800 coronary interventional procedures annually. The unit provides a 24/7 service for primary PCI for acute ST elevation myocardial infarction for the region. A structural heart disease program is being developed.

The coronary care unit is a 15-bed unit with an additional 3 short stay beds for the chest pain evaluation unit (CPEU). The coronary care unit has 2000 acute and elective admissions and the CPEU 1000 patient assessments annually. The cardiology outpatient service provides up to 4500 episodes of care annually with increasing demand each year.

There is a close working relationship with our busy cardiothoracic surgical unit.

Clinical cardiac electrophysiology services have commenced in April 2019 with complex ablation procedures, an arrhythmia clinic, cardiac device clinics.

The echocardiography service performs over 4000 procedures per year. There is 4 FTE of cardiac sonographers. Transoesophageal echocardiography service is provided three days a week, with additional emergency cover. Stress echocardiography is scheduled for two session per week with ability to increase. Cardiac CT program commenced in 2017 in collaboration with the Department of Radiology.  Cardiac MRI is part of the proposed development plan for the department.

The department is supported by dedicated heart failure and pulmonary hypertension clinics designed to provide ready access to phone advice, education on self-management, avoid recurrent presentations and to assist with reducing length of hospitalisation by early bridging to outpatient care or closer to home care program.

Construction is underway for state-of-the-art expanded acute cardiac care unit, three cardiac catheterisation laboratories and dedicated procedure room for transoesophageal echocardiography in the Canberra Hospital Expansion Project (scheduled for completion in 2024).

Applications are invited for this position from AHPRA registered medical practitioners with FRACP or equivalent specialist qualifications.

Fellowship in echocardiography/ cardiac non-invasive imaging (multi-modality) is highly desirable.

Applications close: 01 September 2022

Contact: Dr Peter J Scott

Phone:   (02) 5124 2178    

Apply now at

www.canberrahealthservices.act.gov.au

Consultant Cardiologist, Diagnostic Cardiology – Bendigo Health, VIC

Position: Consultant Cardiologist – Diagnostic Cardiology

Work in an environment that offers:

  • Relocation Support Assistance for successful candidate undergoing relocation
  • An opportunity to work with a leading regional health service
  • An ability to live and work close to home
  • A dynamic and growing health service that embraces new technologies

Position Title: Consultant Cardiologist – Diagnostic Cardiology

Classification: HN16 – HN56 Year 1-9 Fractional Specialist

Salary per hour (exc. super): $148.40 – $193.10 dependent on Specialist Year level

Hours per fortnight: 21

Employment Status: Part-Time ongoing (Fractional Specialist)

Other requirements: COVID-19 Vaccination

Role Description

Reporting to the Clinical Unit Head Cardiology, the Consultant Cardiologist will perform 3 sessions per week in Diagnostic Cardiology: 2 x stress echocardiography study sessions and 1 x TTE reading and reporting session.

The Cardiology Team

The Cardiology department is responsible for patients in several departments including inpatient wards, emergency department, ICU/CCU in addition to Cath Lab, Diagnostic Cardiology and Cardiology outpatients. The team consists of Cardiologists, Cardiac nurses, Cardiac technologists and Cardiac Sonographers, a Cardiology registrar and an intern. This position will be expected to participate in the on call roster as required.

If successful for a position at Bendigo Health you must provide evidence of your full immunisation record as part of the on boarding process.

Closing Date: Wednesday 31st August 2022

Contact details: Dr Joris Mekel 03 5441 5580

Please apply directly via this link

Specialist Cardiologist – Melbourne, North-West, VIC

Position: Specialist Cardiologist

Location: Melbourne, North-West

Position Summary: Applications are invited from qualified cardiologists to join a busy and highly successful Cardiology practice in North West Melbourne.

With specialist suites in Niddrie, Flemington and Essendon with busy referral patterns from regional sites our practice is keen to continue growing and invites interest from competent and enthusiastic cardiologists to join us.  There is ample support from our administrative and technical teams to quickly build up a rewarding practice with us.

We are seeking Cardiologists who specialise in General Cardiology, Heart Failure, Electrophysiology and Pacing, Cardiac Imaging and Interventional Cardiology to join us.  There will be opportunity to practice across any of our sites. We offer onsite cardiac testing at each of our locations (including echo, stress echo and Holter monitoring), and have an expanding network of referring GPs ensuring a steady flow of new patients.

Our goal is to provide world-class care using state-of-the-art facilities for both cardiac investigation and treatment. High level interpersonal and communication skills and a track record of working harmoniously and collaboratively in a team environment are essential prerequisites for this role.

You will join a group of cardiologists in this busy and thriving practice. You will benefit from an established referral network with an immediate referral base. Working within an established practice presents a genuine opportunity for you to enjoy a rewarding career with long-term prospects and excellent financial remuneration.

Flexible hours are offered to support your lifestyle and public hospital or research commitments.

Remuneration: This will be attractive and the cardiologist will keep a generous percentage of billings.

Qualifications: Applicants must be registered as a Medical Practitioner with the AHPRA and must hold FRACP including advanced training and specialist recognition as a cardiologist.

Please forward your expression of Interest and CV to Miranda Storey at miranda@ohcardiology.com.au

Clinical Lead Cardiac Intervention – Box Hill, VIC


Position: Clinical Lead Cardiac Intervention

  • Permanent Part-time
  • Box Hill Hospital
  • Wonderful unit culture and fabulous employee benefits

Eastern Health

Eastern Health is one of Melbourne’s largest public health services. We provide a range of emergency, surgical, medical and general healthcare services, including maternity, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care, community health and state-wide specialist services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.

About the role

An exciting opportunity exists in the Department of Cardiology for an experienced and enthusiastic interventional cardiologist to provide clinical and administrative leadership in the cardiac cath labs as well as the broader cardiology unit. This position requires someone with a vision for the delivery and improvement of interventional cardiac services as appropriate for Eastern Health. A keen interest in teaching, training and fostering research is also required. This role will be expected to:

  • Oversee the day to day running of Cardiac Cath Labs (CCL) and ensure compliance with credentialing and accreditation standards
  • Provide leadership for the planning and incorporation of advances in interventional practice, including business case development
  • Lead policy development and revisions related to CCL practice
  • Demonstrate high-level leadership and change management skills
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop and successfully implement creative solutions to complex system and organisational problems.
  • Grow and foster the teaching environment within the cardiology unit and contribute to physician training at Eastern Health
  • Lead periodic audits and benchmarking activities related to the CCL

About you

To be successful in this role you will possess:

  • Current registration with AHPRA and RACP membership
  • Recognised by Medicare as a specialist in Cardiologist, with subspecialty training in Interventional Cardiology
  • Highly developed interpersonal and leadership experience
  • A strong commitment to high quality care and engagement in audit and other quality activities
  • The ability to work as part of a diverse team
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • A demonstrated commitment to team roles, supporting and mentoring juniors and colleagues

Vaccination against infectious disease is a mandatory requirement of this role.  An offer of employment is conditional on you providing evidence that you are currently vaccinated against COVID-19 with booster & Influenza, prior to commencing employment.

What we offer

  • Diverse and engaging career opportunities
  • Friendly & supportive team
  • Flexible working hours
  • Salary packaging options
  • Career progression in our teaching hospitals

If you believe you have the ability to make a difference in this rewarding industry, apply today!

Please note:

  • All applications must be submitted online via E-Mercury
  • All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Fit2Work Check, where preferred candidates will be required to complete a Criminal History Check at the expense of Eastern Health.
  • You must have Australian work rights to apply for this position.
  • Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted.

Eastern Health is a child safe organisation, committed to promoting the wellbeing and cultural safety of Aboriginal children, children with disabilities and all children in their diversity.

Eastern Health is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes and values all people. We recognise that diversity is essential in ensuring Eastern Health provides the best service to its consumers.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, those from the LGBTIQ+ community, people living with disability and those from a culturally and linguistically diverse background, are strongly encouraged to apply. Those seeking support in submitting an application are welcome to contact the hiring manger listed or feel free to contact the Talent Acquisition team.

Eastern Health Values:  Patients First | Agility | Humility | Respect | Kindness | Excellence

APPLY AT THIS LINK

Closing date 29 August 2022

**Please note applications will be screened upon receipt and advertising may close prior to the closing date.**

Critical Care Registered Nurses – Monash Health, VIC

Position : Critical Care Registered Nurses

\Australia’s first Heart Hospital is opening soon! Join us at Australia’s only dedicated, purpose-built heart hospital.

 Our journey

The Victorian Heart Hospital will be Australia’s first dedicated heart hospital and is nearing its final stages of construction. It will include a full range of ambulatory and inpatient cardiac care, including cardiac theatres, cardiac catheterisation laboratories and ambulatory services such as cardiac CT, Cardiac MR, echocardiography and specialist consultation. It will also feature a unique, patient centred model of care.  The Victorian Heart Hospital will also play a key role in advancing research and teaching and will be home to the Victorian Heart Institute, a brand new, health and medical research organisation at Monash University.

By joining Monash Health’s cardiac team now, you will be part of the team that transitions into the brand-new facility after its completion. You’ll be welcomed into a positive and supportive environment, passionate about delivering cardiac care to a diverse and growing local community.

 Grow your Critical Care Nursing Career

We are excited to invite suitably qualified Critical Care Registered Nurses (CCRN) to become a valuable part of our critical care teams. Yours is a pivotal front-line role providing cardiac care within a dynamic fast paced setting.  You are committed to providing evidence based, patient and family centred care and you are motivated to seek all opportunities to further upskill and master your critical care cardiac expertise.  No two days will be the same and you’ll be part of a passionate team at Australia’s only dedicated heart hospital, providing faster access to cardiac critical care and highly skilled staff when they need it most.  These are exceptional roles currently available in the following cardiac services: –

  • Acute Cardiac Care – embracing a new model of cardiac inpatient care our critical care nurses will care for a full range of acute, complex tertiary, quaternary cardiac patients for their entire length of stay. You will be an integral member of the team committed to providing excellent cardiac care in a state-of-the-art cardiovascular service. In this role you will have prior experience within an acute cardiac care setting whilst providing excellence in patient centred care
  • Cath Lab – a pioneer in many advanced cardiac catheterisation laboratory procedures and first in man trials to improve patient outcomes, our heart hospital is set to further cement our vision of “exceptional care, outstanding outcomes”. You will work within a dynamic and supportive multidisciplinary team and proactively contribute to our vision. In this role, you will bring scrub/scout/recovery experience, complex and/or basic interventional and/or cardiac rhythm management cardiology procedural skills. A strong interest and/or experience in structural heart intervention is desired with the commissioning of Australian’s newest hybrid Catheterisation Laboratories.
  • Emergency– the first dedicated cardiac emergency service in Australia with state of the art 22 bed capacity. You will have the opportunity to be an integral member of the part of a newly built cardiac emergency service that will deliver patient centred emergency care with access to cardiac care specialists.  In this role, you will bring previous emergency/critical and/or acute care clinical skills coupled with evidence-based emergency care
  • ICU – a 16 bed Cardiothoracic care and a nurse lead ECMO service providing excellence in care to complex cardiac patients. You will work in a newly developed cardiac team of critical care nurses.  In this role you will bring a critical care certificate and you will have access to undertake an ECMO course to gain competency

As a cardiac CCRN you will bring: –

  • Postgraduate Certificate or higher in Critical Care Nursing (Emergency, Intensive Care, Coronary Care or Interventional Cardiology) required or working towards
  • Current clinical critical care experience in acute coronary, emergency, Cath Lab or intensive care
  • Acute, Emergency and ICU – availability to work across a 24/7 rotating roster
  • Cath Lab –an advanced life support certificate, a current Australian driver’s license, and ability to travel to the hospital in 30 minutes when participating in the 24/7 emergency service is also highly desired.
  • Current AHPRA registration and eligibility to work in Australia
  • Superior communication and organisational required with leadership qualities highly sought

These are ongoing positions with availability to work full or part time. 

When applying clearly highlight in your cover letter and selection criteria, your above preferred cardiac service.

In return

Monash Health is a connected team with strong shared values and an unwavering commitment to excellence in patient centred care. We are also a highly skilled, collaborative, and welcoming multidisciplinary team where the only limit in your nursing cardiac career is you.

Monash Heath is a great place to work where you will thrive with: –

  • a cardiac team committed to making a difference to the health of Victorians
  • continual upskilling of clinical skills to further develop your clinical pathway
  • access to education support within our tertiary hospital
  • leadership team fostering high performing talent and career progression
  • a comprehensive Health and Wellbeing program
  • salary packaging options that increase your take-home pay
  • travel clinic and Employee Imaging Service
  • Employee Assistance Program available to employees and their families; and
  • Private health insurance at discounted rates
  • Victoria’s largest public health service in Victoria, employing more than 22,000 people

Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace.  At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.

 For more details about the role plus how to apply, please refer to attached ‘Application Guide’ located under Position Documents.

 Search our Facebook community ‘Nursing and Midwifery Careers at Monash Health’ to be part of an online group; keep updated with recruitment tips and opportunities at Monash Health.

For Job link and how to apply click here

Role close date 19/08/2022

Editorial Manager – Heart Lung and Circulation

Editorial Manager, Heart Lung and Circulation – Part-time 0.6FTE

  • High level of accountability and autonomy within a small collaborative team
  • Part-time permanent role with flexible working arrangements (remote work)
  • Instrumental role supporting the successful publication of the ‘Heart, Lung & Circulation journal’

An exciting opportunity for a talented and driven Editorial Manager to join Heart Lung and Circulation, the journal of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ) and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Cardiac and Thoracic Surgeons (ANZSCTS). The Journal is a flagship activity of both societies.  Heart, Lung and Circulation accepts original articles, current reviews, brief communications, and letters to the Editor, concerned with clinical practice and research in all fields of cardiovascular disease.

Reporting to the Editor-in-Chief, Heart, Lung and Circulation, the Editorial Manager is responsible for managing the submission and on-line review of submitted papers in a timely manner. This includes ensuring deadlines are met; to process, edit and proof-read manuscripts through the editorial system, supporting and working collaboratively with the Editor-in-Chief to further the aims of the Journal. Other key responsibilities include:

  • Responding to all editorial queries via phone, email, and land mail
  • Liaising with authors, providing timely and accurate information as required
  • Providing secretariat support to Editorial Board and all-around administration assistance
  • Coordinating editorials ensuring issue deadlines are met
  • Working collaboratively with the Commissioning Editor, Section Editors, and other stakeholders
  • Copy / technical editing; and proof reading

To meet the requirements of this role you must have

  • 5+ years’ experience in a similar role (professional health care association exp. ideal)
  • Tertiary qualification in journalism or English or a related discipline
  • Demonstrated ability to contribute to best practice ideas, workflow efficiencies and projects
  • Exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written (grammar, spelling, punctuation) skills
  • Highly developed organisational and admin skills with the ability to manage multiple projects
  • Meticulous attention to detail – abler to deliver high-quality outputs on time and free from errors
  • Highly proficient in MS Office Suite, content management systems and (publishing systems, ideal)
  • Experience with both scientific and English editing (ideal)

If you meet the requirements listed above, enjoy working autonomously yet collaboratively, ensuring tasks are competed on time and to a high standard, are able to develop and maintain strong working relationships with a range of stakeholders, we would like to hear from you, apply now!

Apply at Seek.com.au, please submit your resume and a covering letter (cover letter is essential) outlining how you meet the key requirements of this role.

Click here to download a position description.

For a confidential discussion or more information, contact Anna Hazewinkel 1300 277 633.

Closing Date: Monday, 22 August 2022

Cardiologist (non-invasive) – Melbourne, VIC

Position Title: Cardiologist (non-invasive)

Location: Melbourne, VIC (Boronia / Glen Waverley / Fawkner / Knox Hospital)

We are seeking a Cardiologist on a permanent full-time or part-time basis to join Heart of Melbourne, with instant patient base and waiting lists with guaranteed income.

Heart of Melbourne is a busy and thriving Cardiology practice based in Melbourne suburbs, with a team of established Cardiologists and a dedicated staff including full time Cardiac Technologists, Cardiac nursing staff and administration /secretarial staff.

Heart of Melbourne provides a comprehensive patient service including:

  • Cardiology consulting
  • Echocardiography including stress testing
  • Electrophysiology and interventional cardiology
  • Holter monitoring, ECGs, 24 hrs blood pressure monitoring
  • Inpatient services in public and private hospitals

Heart of Melbourne enjoys close professional relationships with private and public hospitals in Melbourne, and provides services in regional sites such as Bacchus Marsh and Mildura.

You will join a group of cardiologists in this busy and thriving practice. You will benefit from an established referral network with an immediate referral base. Working within an established practice presents a genuine opportunity for you to enjoy a rewarding career with long-term prospects and excellent financial remuneration.

Flexible hours are offered to support your lifestyle and public hospital or research commitments. The structure of your appointment will be agreed by negotiation.

Remuneration: This will be attractive and the associate will keep a generous percentage of billings. A pathway to equity can be negotiated after 2 years.

Qualifications: Applicants must be registered as a Medical Practitioner with the AHPRA and must hold FRACP including advanced training and specialist recognition as a cardiologist.

Please forward any queries to:

jobs@hom.com.au

or applications to David Hodge, CEO 1300122888

www.hom.com.au

Associate Nurse Unit Manager, Catheterisation Lab – Ballarat VIC

Position – Associate Nurse Unit Manager, Catheterisation Lab

Location: Ballarat Health Services
Employment type: Fixed term, full time and part time
Hours per fortnight: 112hrs

About Grampians Health

Grampians Health was established 1 November 2021, bringing together Edenhope and District Memorial Hospital, Stawell Regional Health, Wimmera Health Care Group and Ballarat Health Services to deliver safe, sustainable, healthcare tailored to changing workforce and community needs, for the long term.

This partnership follows years of strong collaboration and close partnerships between the four health services. Together, we will deliver better healthcare, enhance services and advance careers, closer to home, now and into the future.

A career with Grampians Health means you are connected and are part of a team providing quality healthcare to rural and regional communities. Our communities are diverse – as is our workforce, with expert clinical staff from across the world choosing to live and work in our beautiful region.

Grampians Health provides acute, maternity, mental health, allied health, aged care, administration and support services.  This means your career will be as diverse and rewarding as you strive to be.

About the role

Ballarat Health Services is currently seeking a dedicated, enthusiastic Registered Nurse (Division 1) to join our team as an Associate Nurse Unit Manager and work in the Cardiovascular Unit

The Cardiovascular Unit opened in 2012 providing interventional cardiology & radiology procedures Monday to Friday plus emergency on call 24/7.  If successful in the role you will be required to work a minimum of 1 call night per week and 1 weekend per month.

As the successful applicant you will have extensive clinical experience, preferably at least 5 years in the area of Cardiovascular Nursing, and it is desirable that you will possess or be working towards completion of a Managerial Qualification.

You will be able to work collaboratively and consultatively as part of a multidisciplinary team, have demonstrated leadership ability and have a clear understanding of the managerial responsibilities of an Associate Nurse Unit Manager.

Working within a multidisciplinary team, you will be expected to facilitate and foster best practice and service delivery to our clients and their families within the Cardiovascular Unit.

Being part of a team that values leadership and excellence in healthcare, you will work in first class facilities that maximises care, compassion, individual choice and quality outcomes for all clients and patients.

Grampians Health Culture & Benefits

At Grampians Health, we recognise our staff are our greatest asset.  We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our staff, patients, residents, visitors, volunteers and contractors at all sites.

  • Flexible work arrangements and purchase leave opportunities
  • Salary packaging for living expenses such as rent/mortgage plus meals, entertainment & holidays
  • Discounted on-site parking
  • Access to discounted health club membership
  • Staff rewards and recognition programs

Ballarat Region

Ballarat is the largest centre in Western Victoria and the state’s fastest growing inland city.  Dubbed Australia’s most liveable city in 2020, Ballart is home to first class education, fine dining and boutique shopping.  Uniquely located within easy access to Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo and the Western district, Ballarat is blessed with some of Australia’s most significant heritage buildings and natural landscapes.

 

How to apply

If you feel that you are suited to this exciting opportunity, applications can be made on the Ballarat Health Services website via the e-recruit portal. If you have any further enquiries please contact Tania Harrison, Nurse Unit Manager 03 5320 6591.

All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police records check, immunisation clearance and Working with Children check and/or NDIS Worker Screening Check.

All employees must be willing and able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when required, which at a minimum is a surgical mask.  Additional PPE requirements are role-dependent.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATOINS IS 28 AUGUST 2022

Grampians Health is a child safe organisation, committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Grampians Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce.

We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual (or allies) LGBTQIA+

RPAH Cardiovascular Genetics Future Leader Fellowship – Sydney, NSW

Position: RPAH Cardiovascular Genetics Future Leader Fellowship

Overview of Research

Major advances have been made in defining the genetic basis of cardiovascular diseases, including the inherited heart muscle problems (cardiomyopathies) and the primary electrical (arrhythmogenic) disorders. The most tragic and devastating complication of many of these genetic heart diseases is sudden cardiac death in the young. While there has been significant progress, many questions remain unanswered. In most of the genetic heart diseases, a genetic cause is not identified in up to 50% of patients. Furthermore, in those where a genetic cause has been identified, how these gene variants lead to clinical disease remain unclear. Our world-class research focuses on the identification of new genetic causes of disease in families with genetic heart diseases, elucidation of the underlying molecular mechanisms in how these diseases develop, and application of this new knowledge in the clinical setting to improve diagnosis and management. Using an integrated, state-of-the-art approach of clinical and genetic human studies, and patient-derived cell culture models, it is expected that new genetic knowledge, and translation of these findings to enhance diagnostic and therapeutic approaches, will lead to improved care of families with genetic heart diseases and prevention of sudden cardiac death, particularly in the young.

RPAH Cardiovascular Genetics Future Leader Fellowship

The inaugural recipient of this 2-year fellowship (total $200,000) will be an early career female researcher who is within 8 years post-PhD. The fellowship will be open to motivated cardiology trainees, basic scientists, and clinical researchers with the over-arching goal to develop as future leaders in the field of Genetic Heart Diseases. The fellowship will provide opportunities to undertake clinical and genetic research both at the Genetic Heart Disease Clinic program at RPAH, and at the Agnes Ginges Centre for Molecular Cardiology at the Centenary Institute. Both the clinic program and research centre were established, and are led by, Prof Chris Semsarian, who will also provide structured mentorship and guidance. The Fellowship will provide opportunities to present research at major national and international meetings, with the goal to develop true world leaders in the field of Genetic Heart Diseases.

For more details, contact:

Prof Chris Semsarian, AM, MBBS PhD MPH Cardiologist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH), USYD, Centenary Institute Email: c.semsarian@centenary.org.au

Interventional and Cardiac Imaging Cardiologists – Sunshine Coast, QLD.

Position:       Interventional and Advanced Cardiac Imaging Cardiologists.

Location:      Sunshine Coast

About Heart HQ:

We are a private cardiology practice offering world – class, innovative, comprehensive cardiac services to the Sunshine Coast and surrounding regions. We have locations at the Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital (SCUPH). SCUPH is the main Cardiac centre for the Sunshine Coast region and has a CCU/ICU, 2 Cardiac catheter labs and onsite cardiac surgery.

Position Summary:

You will join our team of cardiologists in our busy and growing practices located on the Sunshine Coast.

Imaging Cardiologist

  • Exercise Stress Echo and Dobutamine echo
  • Echo Reporting
  • Transesophageal echo
  • Patient consultations.

Interventional Cardiologist

  • Angiograms
  • Angioplasty and Stenting
  • Non-Interventional testing including EST, Holter monitoring
  • Support structural heart disease program

 

Both positions involved in GP educational events and staff education sessions

Requirements:

  • Registration as a Medical Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority.
  • Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians including subspecialty training and recognition in Cardiology.
  • Eligible for a Medicare Provider Number for the provision of specialist services

 

We offer competitive remuneration options to suit your lifestyle, the opportunity to learn from Cardiologists who are leaders on their field of expertise and a career path that is innovative and fulfilling.

 

Please contact Loretta Baldock at loretta.baldock@hearthq.com.au to discuss further.

 

For more information on Heart HQ please visit: www.hearthq.com.au

 

 

 

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