Why choose Northern Health for Surgery? Henry To Surg 2 and 3 (Breast and Endocrine) General Surgery Fellow
So… Why choose Northern Health?
What makes a good surgery rotation? • Experience and Learning • Support • A great team • Operating!!!
Experience and Learning • Positive feedback from end of term reports (interns wanting to return) • Good retention rate for surgical HMOs • Opportunities to learn (lead by Mr Mori) • Registrars (SET trainees) • Fellows • Consultants • Tutorials, seminars, training days (suturing, laparoscopy)
Experience and Learning • Patient contact • AGSU – ED • Theatre • Ward management • Outpatients • Radiology/MDM meetings
General Surgery – 4 elective units Acute General Surgery Unit Orthopaedic Vascular Plastics Urology Thoracic Surgery ENT Paediatric Surgery Anaesthesia Obstetrics & Gynaeclogy Ophthalmology(RVEEH BHS) NCHER Super-specialities: cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, organ transplantation
General Surgery – Support staff 4 gen surg units + Acute Gen Surgical Unit. Surg 1 Colorectal Surg 2 Breast/PaedsSurg Surg 3 Endocrine/Upper GI Surg 4 HPB Well supported Reg’s + fellows Nurses – ward/theatre Allied health and community nursing Cover shifts 2 junior doctors on during the cover shift and on weekends (Registrars and Fellow available)
An excellent team! Excellent surgeons keen to teach and involved in teaching the Melb Uni medical students. Research support Career advice Application for SET support