Waikato Hospital is part of the Midland Rotation for training in Anaesthesia.
The Midland Rotation is made up of the following hospitals
- Waikato Hospital (Waikato District Health Board)
- Tauranga Hospital (Bay of Plenty District Health Board)
- Rotorua Hospital (Lakes District Health Board)
What is anaesthetic training at Waikato Hospital like? Click on the link to find out more!
How do I apply?
Applications for training positions open according to the nationwide agreed dates.
For the 2021 recruitment cycle (for positions commencing Feb 2022 or August 2022), applications open on Monday 31st May 2021 and close on Monday 28th June 2021.
Positions will be advertised on the Waikato DHB job vacancies site, under the "Resident Doctors, RMOs and house officers" tab.
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At Waikato Hospital, we have training positions at both SHO and registrar level, with a single application pathway for both. On review of your CV and cover letter, we will determine whether you qualify for an SHO or registrar position. Entry positions are at SHO level. Trainees with anaesthetic experience rotating from elsewhere (including overseas) may apply at Registrar level.
Applications must include a CV and cover letter, as well as a completed Midland Anaesthetic Training Program Checklist. We require references to be submitted at the time of application; applications without completed references are severely disadvantaged. Please upload this information to the DHB recruitment website (Taleo). Referees who do not want to return references directly to the applicant for uploading are welcome to email their reference directly to the RMO service at Waikato Hospital in confidence.