Grow your health career with the country's largest District Health Board; with a team of 10,000 staff serving a population of approximately 460, 000 people.
Meeting the health needs of a large multi-cultural city, Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) offers diversity in its service delivery through inpatient and outpatient services, as well as many community-based teams. What this means for your career is that you will be exposed to the most diverse health care challenges that are available in New Zealand.
Set in the heart of the city, Auckland City Hospital integrates all acute inpatient specialist services on one site. Auckland City Hospital is a showcase of the latest medical technology such as electronic medical records, networked patient monitoring systems and digital patient imaging. Its design reflects changes in thinking which focus on achieving the optimum patient environment. Auckland City Hospital is a leading teaching hospital with strong links to the University of Auckland Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Auckland University of Technology and Unitec.
Less than 8kms away from Auckland City Hospital, the Greenlane Surgical Centre (GSU) was recently redeveloped into an Elective Surgical unit to improve access to short stay elective surgery. Situated in the existing Greenlane Clinical Centre, the new surgical centre is designed to facilitate an increase in same day-stay elective procedures. It also allows for procedures which require overnight post-operative care. The Greenlane Surgical Centre contains three new operating rooms as well as one refurbished and extended operating room, 25-30 inpatient beds, a new endoscopy suite and an extended Clinical Sterile Services Department.
To complement these inpatient and day stay services, ADHB has a strong community based healthcare delivery model. The focus of both the community mental health and the rehabilitation teams are to deliver care in the community that is as diverse as the people we serve. Come see for yourself www.aucklandhealthjobs.com/working-here