Locum Eligibility

AM I ELIGIBLE TO BE A LOCUM?

Eligible locums must register with ROALS (using the appropriate forms) and submit a current CV with the contact details of two professional referees. Eligible locums will be placed on a register and advised of any upcoming placements via email notification.

Specialist
Obstetrician Locum

Specialist obstetrician locums must be a RANZCOG Fellow who remains ‘active’ and is participating in the RANZCOG Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program.

Specialist Anaesthetist Locum

Specialist anaesthetist locums must be an ANZCA Fellow who remains ‘active’ and is participating in an accredited CPD program.

GP Obstetrician Locum

GP obstetrician locums must hold either a DRANZCOG or DRANZCOG Advanced qualification and be participating in an accredited CPD program.

GP Anaesthetist  Locum

GP anaesthetist locums must be currently fully registered or licensed as a medical practitioner under State or Territory law, and a General Practitioner (as defined in the Health Insurance Act 1973); and have undergone appropriate training, examination and ongoing accreditation for anaesthesia administration endorsed by the Joint Consultative Committee on Anaesthesia (JCCA)* and must be administering anaesthesia safely; and must be participating in an accredited program, as an anaesthetist.

 

* GP anaesthetists who completed their training prior to the JCCA training being introduced will be assessed on a case-by-case basis with appropriate advice from the JCCA.

 
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