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Medical professionals at Metro South Health Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS) receive a competitive salary and enjoy a wide range of additional benefits.
Registrar training is linked across MSAMHS to ensure exposure to a variety of training opportunities as Registrars progress through the stages of training:
Research and Innovation
Competency Based Fellowship Programs supported by Accredited Supervisors across the service.
Through the Centre for Neuroscience, Recovery and Mental Health, MSAMHS is a partner within the Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners - Queensland’s first academic health science centre, bringing together the state’s leading hospitals and universities to improve care for patients in our community.
Bayside, Logan-Beaudesert and Princess Alexandra Hospital offer a wide range of training opportunities across over 60 available positions. Each campus, due to their location and demographics, offers differing training experiences.
Each campus offers rotations in Older Adults Mental Health, Acute Inpatient Services, Resource and Access Services - Acute Care and Emergency Departments, and Community Care Units. Each campus also works closely with Addiction Services and has access to Transcultural Services.
Bayside Mental Health Service
Logan-Beaudesert Mental Health Service
Princess Alexandra Mental Health Service
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is the organisation responsible for the registration and accreditation of ten health professions across Australia. As a result, there are mandatory registration requirements, which can be viewed online.
National Boards will consider every registration application carefully to ensure all practitioners granted registration have the qualifications, skills and experience to provide safe care to the Australian public. To read more information about the registration process, visit AHPRA.
For more information about registering to practice across Australia, view AHPRA’s website.
The recommended visa for overseas staff employed by Metro South Health is the Temporary Business Long Stay Visa (Sub-Class 457). The 457 Visa is valid for four years and allows the applicant’s spouse or partner to work unlimited hours. It may also be lodged electronically, which decreases processing time and streamlines the character processing from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
In order to qualify for temporary residency and visas, and to progress to permanent residency in Australia, staff must be eligible to obtain unrestricted registration to practice in Australia. Specific enquires and information must be sourced direct from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship website.
Metro South Health is committed to providing a supportive working environment for its medical practitioners to enable them to undertake their duties in a professional manner. Medical indemnity for medical practitioners is covered by the Department of Health under the Indemnity for Queensland Health Medical Practitioners policy.
Medical practitioners employed by Metro South Health to perform clinical or other services are indemnified for both claims made against them (as long as duties are undertaken in a professional manner) and appearances before an investigative agency that relate to the performance of such services on behalf of Metro South Health. The scope of indemnity, method of indemnity and exclusions from indemnity for medical practitioners providing services to private patients are set out in the policy.
Learn more about services at Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services. Visit the Metro South Health website or contact the Workforce Services Recruitment Team on 3176 4301 or firstname.lastname@example.org.