Registrar - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Waikato District Health Board
New Zealand
Nov 16, 2018
Dec 16, 2018
Full Time
Position Type

Registrar - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Full or part time (FTE 0.5-1.0)
Start date: Negotiable
Job Number: WAI08289

We are seeking registrars to join our dedicated team.

Our service is a great opportunity for you to gain experience in dealing with a variety of gynaecological and obstetric conditions and treatments.

The obstetric service provides facilities and specialist care for local and regional patients requiring elective or emergency treatments. We provide secondary services for the Waikato DHB region and tertiary for the Midland region. There are approximately 3700 deliveries per annum in the hospital and approximately another 1800 deliveries in the Waikato region - for which we provide secondary care. 

Our Delivery Suite has seven birthing rooms, an operating theatre, a three bedded recovery area and a two bedded high dependency unit. A Women’s Assessment Unit (WAU) of 12 beds is situated adjacent to the delivery suit and provides services to acute and semi-urgent pregnant women of greater than 20 weeks gestation.

There is a 24 bed combined antenatal and gynaecological ward and a 24 bed postnatal ward.

Why us?

Waikato DHB is one of New Zealand’s largest tertiary and secondary healthcare providers. We provide tertiary services to a region of 900,000 and secondary services to a local district of 375,000. 

Hamilton is the fastest growing city in New Zealand and is situated on the banks of the Waikato River.  It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is close enough to beaches, mountains and forests for a range of outdoor activities. Living in Hamilton and the Waikato region gives you reasonably priced housing, excellent public and private schools and an easy commute to work. It has all the benefits of a big city without the stress.

Interested parties are to apply online and should attach their CV, cover letter with up to date contact details and three references on the attached referee form.

With the introduction of the Vulnerable Children Act on 1 July 2015 all applicants will be required to complete police checks therefore at application we require;

  • Two forms of identification (notarised), one being a current passport identity page.
  • For those currently working in NZ please complete Section 2 of the attached Police Vetting form and attach to this application.
  • For international medical graduates we require police checks from every country you have worked in for a year or more for the last 10 years.

Closing Date: 13 February 2019

Please apply on the WaikatoDHB website