Waikato Hospital is in the heart of Hamilton city, a vibrant and welcoming community in the North Island with a reasonable cost of living and easy commute. Hamilton is handily located within easy reach of other major cities, including Auckland and Tauranga, making it a great base for exploring New Zealand on weekends and holidays.
As a tertiary hospital and the largest in the region, Waikato Hospital provides healthcare services to a diverse population of approximately 750,000 with a variety of healthcare needs. This presents you with the opportunity to grow your knowledge and expertise in a challenging and rewarding environment.
We’re looking for a radiologist with both broad general reporting skills and experience plus a subspecialty fellowship or interest in neuro-radiological imaging. You’ll need to have experience interpreting and reporting imaging studies of the head and neck, including CT, MRI, and ultrasound.
The Waikato Hospital Radiology department is committed to providing a supportive and collaborative work environment that encourages ongoing professional development and career progression. There’s an active culture of research with Waikato being one of New Zealand’s largest teaching hospitals and plenty of opportunities for teaching at undergraduate or postgraduate levels.
You’ll get six weeks annual leave, superannuation, paid indemnity insurance, up to 10 days continuing medical education (CME) leave and expenses. Medical Council of NZ fees are reimbursed, and a relocation allowance is on offer, together with extensive support with the registration process and relocation.
To apply you must have completed five years post graduate radiology training, a neuro/head & neck radiology fellowship and/or experience and be eligible for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
Please contact Rachel Spencer: firstname.lastname@example.org or +64 21 493 907 for an informal chat or to register your interest.