King Edward Memorial Hospital is the major obstetric, gynaecologic and neonatal hospital for Western Australia and manages the majority of the State's high risk patients in these areas.
PMCWA is the central coordinating body for Resident Medical Officer (RMO) applications across WA Health Services for prevocational doctors in 2019.
The centralised RMO application process requires a single application, providing RMO applicants with an opportunity to be considered for positions with the participating hospitals and similar vacancies.
PMCWA coordinates and works closely with the Health Services' recruitment officers who will be responsible for the recruitment of the successful applicants. The recruitment processes by which decisions are made to provide employment offers are solely the responsibility of the assessing health service or hospital.
Central RMO Applications Open: Monday, 14 May 2017 12:00 noon (WST)
Central RMO Applications Close: Monday, 11 June 2017, 12:00 noon (WST)
Please visit MedJobsWA (external site) to create a profile and submit your application.
Applications are invited from Paediatric Registrars to rotate through the NICU at PMH and KEMH and the WA Newborn Emergency Transport Service (NETS). These are recognised FRACP training posts. Senior Registrars - Neonatal Intensive Care applications are invited from candidates with a basic medical degree which is registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as well as a higher qualification in neonatology or undertaking training towards such a qualification. These positions are recognised for advanced training in neonatology and research time and opportunity are integral to the jobs.
Fellowships - are also offered in the following sub-specialties:
Please refer to each individual job, for the closing dates and times.
King Edward Memorial Hospital is Western Australia's public tertiary obstetric, gynaecological and neonatal hospital. KEMH and its staff are dedicated to evidence-based, best-practice patient care, innovative research, education and support of health-care practitioners state-wide.
As the State's largest maternity hospital and only referral centre for complex pregnancies, KEMH oversees over 6000 births each year and provides exceptional clinical expertise to WA's most unwell expectant mothers and babies.
RMOs can rotate through the Neonatal Clinical Care Unit. The RMOs are involved in attending deliveries in labour ward and theatre to provide medical care to the newborn infant, and providing medical care to infants on the postnatal wards and in the Special Care Nurseries. WA's youngest patients, premature and sick infants, are given truly world-class care in the Hospital's 100-bed Special Care Nursery, which is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. In addition there is the opportunity to work in the 30 bed neonatal unit at the Perth Children Hospital.
WA's youngest patients, premature and sick infants, are given truly world-class care in the Hospital's 80-bed Special Care Nursery, which is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.
In addition, each year over 5,000 patients with gynaecological conditions are treated by expert staff at the forefront of women's health.
Our employees enjoy an amazing range of benefits which may include (in line with operational requirements):
Location: Subiaco, King Edward Memorial Hospital for women.
Please Note: Applicant preferences will be considered, however the offering hospital will have the option to offer any of the employment types. Applicants may prefer to be considered for Full Time, Part Time or both.
Applicants for Full Time and / or Part Time work will be required to work day, evening, night and weekend shifts and also participate in on-call rosters. Limited rotations are available for Part Time employment.
NOTE: Minimal vacancies are available for Part Time applicants.
Part Time vacancies are hospital and department specific, and will be listed where applicable as part of individual hospital vacancy information on individual hospital sites that may be accessed via the PMCWA website.
It is recommended applicants provide details on Part time requirements in application cover letter.
If you are interested in part time please indicate this in your cover letter. Part Time arrangements will be assessed on a case by case basis and are not guaranteed.
Subiaco has it all - premier fashion outlets, a vast array of restaurants and cafes and many attractions including galleries, museums and theatres. All of this can be found within an established inner city area with vibrant parks, public art and heritage buildings provide a great backdrop for a wide variety of entertainment and education. Home to WA and interstate football, Domain Stadium is a premier venue for interstate and overseas artists.
At KEMH your term allocation may include rotations to other Hospitals / Health Sites:
Registrar / ITP / Senior Registrar
The Neonatal Clinical Care Unit (NCCU) at WNHS is the sole tertiary neonatal clinical care unit in Western Australia. It is the biggest such unit in Australia. Working for the NCCU offers doctors many opportunities for excellent exposure to clinical and research skills development. The UWA Centre for Neonatal Research and Education (www.cnre.uwa.edu.au) is strongly linked to the NCCU. WNHS employs doctors at the resident, registrar and senior registrar levels to work in the NCCU.
The Neonatal Directorate is made up of two neonatal intensive care units, one at King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) and the other at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH, Ward 6B) / Perth Children's Hospital (PCH, Ward 3B).
Each neonatal unit is designed to care for preterm and sick infants and provides the facilities and expertise for tertiary level neonatal intensive care in Western Australia. There are approximately 2,200 neonates admitted to the unit each year.
The neonatal unit at KEMH has 100 beds, (30 intensive care (Level 6) beds and 70 special care (20 level 5 and 50 level 4) beds) for predominantly inborn preterm or sick babies. Out-born babies and those requiring surgery are admitted to the 25 bed neonatal unit at PMH/30 bed neonatal unit at PCH.
There are approximately 6,000 deliveries per year at KEMH. There are approximately 2,500 admissions to the KEMH unit each year (with over 300 born at 32 weeks gestation or less), most of which are born at KEMH. PMH/PCH has approximately 700 admissions per year. There are approximately 1,100 transports (road and fixed wing) through the NETSWA service (http://netswa.net.au) each year.
Interested doctors are asked to email Dr Steven Resnick (Head of department KEMH NCCU), Steven.Resnick@health.gov.au for further information and current job vacancies. Job vacancies are advertised annually around April each year (https://jobs.wa.gov.au/) for the following calendar year and applicants are strongly encouraged to register their interest through this process. In addition there may well be vacancies at other times of the year so enquiries are always welcome.