Fellowship Positions

Post graduate fellowship positions are available through some institutions in Australia, New Zealand. Fellowship positions are usually for 12 to 24 months to provide post-graduate experience in sub-specialty areas relating to urology. Experience gained within these positions is not considered as part of the Surgical Education and Training Program in Urology and does not qualify the individual for the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

A list of some of the post graduate fellowship positions in urology available in Australia and New Zealand is available on this website. Individuals seeking fellowship training positions are advised to contact individual institutions. USANZ is unable to assist individuals in identifying positions

Name and Description of Post

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Royal Adelaide Hospital

Endourology and Reconstructive Urology Fellowship

The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is South Australia’s largest accredited teaching hospital. The Urology service at RAH is a high volume tertiary referral centre. It is anticipated that the existing hospital will be transferred to a new state of the art facility in mid 2016.

Fellows are provided clinical training in all aspects of reconstruction and stone disease management including supine and prone percutaneous nephrolitholotomy, urethroplasty, male incontinence and advanced laparoscopy.

The fellow is expected to participate in the on call roster (1 in 3), resident teaching and clinic. Responsibility is graded such that as the fellow becomes more facile, greater independence is granted.

Successful applicants are generally accepted for a 1 year term commencing late January. The position is fully funded. A review of prospective applicants’ applications and supporting documents begins 18 months prior to the intended start date.

If you require further information, please contact:

Dr Andrew Fuller
Supervisor of Resident and Fellow Training
Royal Adelaide Hospital
Email: afuller@sturology.com.au

Royal Adelaide Hospital
Urologic Oncology Fellowship

The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is South Australia’s largest accredited teaching hospital. The Urology service at RAH is a high volume tertiary referral centre. It is anticipated that the existing hospital will be transferred to a new state of the art facility in mid 2016.

Fellows are provided clinical training in all aspects of robotic, laparoscopic and open urologic oncology including cystectomy, radical prostatectomy and nephrectomy. RAH is the only hospital in South Australia with access to the latest generation daVinci Xi surgical robot.

The fellow is expected to participate in the on call roster (1 in 3), resident teaching and clinic. Responsibility is graded such that as the fellow becomes more facile, greater independence is granted.

Successful applicants are generally accepted for a 1 year term commencing late January. The position is fully funded. A review of prospective applicants’ applications and supporting documents begins 18 months prior to the intended start date.

If you require further information, please contact:

Dr Andrew Fuller
Supervisor of Resident and Fellow Training
Royal Adelaide Hospital
Email: afuller@sturology.com.au

Concord Hospital

A 12 month fellowship position is available at Concord Hospital from September 2016.

The post comprises 6 months general / lap / uro-oncology (3 consultants) and 6 months urodynamics / female / reconstructive urology (3 consultants) .   

There is full departmental and outpatient support facility, an active research and academic unit, 1 in 2 on call after hours and no paediatric component.

If you require further information, please contact:

A/Prof Lewis Chan, Head of Department    Lewis.Chan@sswahs.nsw.gov.au

Royal Melbourne Hospital

The Urology Fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital specialises in pelvic uro-oncology and involves a well supervised program of clinical and research activities undertaken over 12 months.

If you require further information, please contact:

Professor Anthony Costello
Ph: +61 (3) 9342 7294
Fax: +61 (3) 9342 8928
E: anthony.costello@mh.org.au

A/Prof Declan Murphy
Ph: +61(3) 9656 1110
Fax: +61(3) 9656 1611
E: declan.murphy@petermac.org 

Auckland District Health Board - CEN00830 

A 12 month Urology Fellow position is commencing as soon as possible – Start date open to negotiation

 The Urology Department at Auckland City Hospital provides a secondary service for the population of Auckland City and Counties Manukau as well as tertiary service for the greater Auckland region and is the regional service for all acute admissions. The department has major interests in oncology and endourology.

This position will encompass a mixture of clinical work, teaching and research and will provide a significant learning opportunity for a surgical graduate to further their clinical skills in Urology.

Applicants must be eligible for Registration with the Medical Council of New ZealandAs part of your Registration application you may be required to pass the international English language testing system (IELTS) and as this can be a lengthy process, it is encouraged that you have enrolled or are awaiting your results as part of this application. 

Auckland DHB is committed to the application of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. As this position will be occasionally in contact with persons under 17 years of age this position has been deemed as a Core Children's Worker as defined by the Act

 Apply online at  http://www.careers.adhb.govt.nz/

and quote reference # Quote Reference # CEN00830

 

If you require further information, or to request a position description please contact:

Mr Michael Rice, Urologist
E: mrice@adhb.govt.nz


For help with your online application please contact:

Jade Cowley, Recruitment Consultant
E: jadec@adhb.govt.nz

Quote Reference # CEN00830

 

 
 
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