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Waitaki District Health Services Ltd.(Oamaru Hospital), and South Canterbury DHB (Timaru Hospital) in asupportive partnership are jointly eager to offer the right Dietitian a dualposition, split between our two organisations.
approach enables is the creation of a role that offers a range of clinicalpractice exposure; ideal for those who thrive on variety, (in this case oflocation and work undertake clinical practice on two consecutive days at TimaruHospital (i.
e. 16 Hospital with flexibility to conductclinics and follow-ups via Telehealth (Microsoft mainly in an outpatient and domiciliary setting with some inpatient work atOamaru Hospital, it is possible that opportunitiesmay arise in future to work in the Child Development area as well at the dictation, documentation and communication of patient outcomes and havestrong interpersonal and advocacy in providing guidance and advice on nutritional interventions for a variety ofadult and paediatric conditions and will work closely with the multidisciplinaryteam, especially our Diabetes Nurses.
a NZ registered Dietitian, (ideally with solid clinical / community experience behind a current Annual Practicing Certificate with an Endorsement on Scope of Practice as a Dietitian a current NZ Driver-s able to perform effectively under pressure and prioritise workload in which we are both small enough to get to know your patients and colleagues,large enough to provide professional stimulation, and all importantly we have afriendly and relaxed working Sharples, Clinical Leader Dietetics, Timaru Hospital on 03 687 2120 or CourtneyFisher, Allied Health Manager, Oamaru Hospital 022 365
Please apply forthis vacancy online forward to receiving your application directly via our Careers Site. both staff and patients, (and in line with the Government Mandate), all HealthService staff must be fully vaccinated (with booster if eligible) against (WDHSL) and SCDHB are equally committed to promoting a culture of equity anddiversity that supports organisational excellence and promotes equity outcomes.
This commitment is essential to us upholding our Te Tiriti o Waitangi