From Dr Chris Denny, Auckland HEMS Medical Director:
- Two units of whole blood stored in our Credo Blood Cooler
- Pumps sets
- Belmont Buddy Lite Fluid Warmer
- checklists, wristbands and paperwork
As the ARHT moves towards purchasing a new aircraft the CEO and project manager have requested feedback regarding the clinical usability of the rear cabin interior of the two machines currently being considered. To facilitate this process the Ergonomics team and the Educational team will be working together to conduct simulation based usability testing. The feedback from this month long process will be used to help guide the decision of which new aircraft to purchase. To introduce this process and the concept of usability testing we would ask that you take the time to listen to the below podcast.
Helicopter Emergency Medicine Service (HEMS)
Fellow position – 6 month fixed term (ACEM accredited special skill term in Air Ambulance)
June 2015 – December 2015
Auckland City Hospital is the largest public Hospital in New Zealand and one of the best trauma centres in the country .The Emergency department is a modern purpose built, world class facility that opened in 2003. We have an enthusiastic team of clinicians who have expertise in resuscitation, ultrasound, simulation, toxicology and retrieval medicine. The closely knit team consists of FACEM’s, Medical officers and Resident Medical Officers. The department sees about 60,000 adult patients annually with a high patient acuity.
The department in conjunction with the Auckland Rescue Helicopter trust run the Helicopter Emergency Medical service (HEMS) which has been successful in providing fully integrated care for trauma patients. The department is also active in research and is currently involved in a number of key national and international projects.
The Adult Emergency Department is accredited by the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) for Advanced Training. We run a highly successful fellowship training program and are accredited for special skills training for Air Ambulance retrieval work which is both ICU inter-hospital transfer and primary response by Helicopter. The Department is affiliated with the University of Auckland, Schools of Medicine and Health Science and is actively involved in clinical and university based teaching. The department runs several courses including the ACME course, ACLS, Ultrasound and difficult airway courses.
This Fellow position is an ACEM special skills post in Air Ambulance and will involve working on the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) and in the National Air Ambulance ICU retrieval service.
Suitably qualified candidates can discuss the position with the AED Clinical Director, Dr Anil Nair at email@example.com or Dr Chris Denny Medical Director of the HEMS service at CDenny@adhb.govt.nz.
For more information please contact Ansonette Willemse, Recruitment Consultant, at Ansonett@adhb.govt.nz quoting job title and reference number 076540.
Apply now at www.careers.adhb.govt.nz. Please attach a Cover Letter and your latest CV as only applications submitted online via the ADHB website will be accepted. Any emailed applications will not be acknowledged or considered.
Applications close: 3 March 2015.
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