Plastic Surgery Fellow
Plastic Surgery is about treating a wide range of patients and conditions. As part of a multidisciplinary team, your work will be diverse, stimulating and collegial.
You are invited to apply for a Plastic Surgery Fellowship year with the Department of Plastic Surgery at the Canterbury District Health Board.
The department has two house officers, three rotating surgical registrars, one SET 1 advanced trainee and three SET 2-5 advanced trainees in Plastic Surgery. You work in three teams and each team has three Consultants.
The service is about caring for both acute and elective patients and also includes you attending outpatient clinics for both consultant clinics and patient reviews.
Australasia has the highest melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer rates in the world. The Department manages the bulk of surgical skin cancer care in the Canterbury and West Coast region.
Within the general plastic surgery department, the fellow position is focused on both inpatient and outpatient care of these patients including sentinel lymph node biopsy and those with Stage lll disease. The department is also involved with the undergraduate teaching programme of University of Otago, Christchurch.
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