With over ten years’ experience in medical recruitment, Careers Connections International has a diverse portfolio of client hospitals with emergency registrar jobs throughout Australia. Our specialty is permanent and locum positions, from Emergency medicine registrar Jobs through to Emergency consultant jobs and Emergency director roles. Each of our senior recruitment consultants have the expertise to ensure you are given every possible opportunity to secure the emergency medicine specialist role that is right for you.

Feel free to contact us directly or submit your CV for consideration. Our consultants will provide the most up-to-date opportunities from around Australia, in the location you desire. From ED registrar to ED consultant jobs, we can match you with your perfect position.

Scope of Practice for an Emergency Medicine Specialist

Emergency medicine is a specialty involving knowledge and skills required for care of patients with acute illnesses or injuries. It involves the management of urgent aspects relating to illnesses and injuries that may require immediate medical attention. While not usually providing long-term or continuing care, emergency consultants and physicians diagnose a full spectrum of illnesses and undertake acute interventions to resuscitate and stabilize patients.

International Medical Graduates – Applying for Specialist Recognition of Australian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM)

Before applying for a specialist emergency physician jobs in Australia as an international medical graduate specialist (IMGS), it is essential for your qualifications and experience to be evaluated by the ACEM specialist training committee. The evaluation process aims to assess the ability of an SIMG’s to practice as an unsupervised emergency medicine consultant or doctor at a comparable standard to that required of an ACEM recognised by the Fellowship of the Australian College of Emergency Medicine (FACEM).

For further information on how to commence the ACEM specialist assessment process, visit the information page at ACEM International Assessment Guidelines for Overseas Trained Specialist.

Pursuing a Fellowship in Emergency Medicine

To become an emergency medicine specialist, at least seven years in post-graduate training is expected. This includes two years of basic ED training, one year of provisional training and four years of advanced training in emergency registrar jobs and medicine. After the training modules are completed, an ACEM Fellowship exam is required to finalise your fellowship.

Fellowship is gained in Australia from the specialist qualification known as Fellowship of Australian College of Emergency Medicine (FACEM).

Training and assessment for fellowship

To gain the fellowship of FACEM, the following training and assessments are required within a timeframe of 7 years. The FACEM training assessment are relevant to all practitioners that have completed their training as emergency consultants in Australia.

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