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King Edward Memorial Hospital


King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) offers tertiary level service in obstetrics and gynaecology including maternal – foetal medicine services, gynaecological oncology, high level endoscopic procedures and menopause clinics. KEMH cares for all women with complicated pregnancies which may result in a very early delivery.

As KEMH cares for such a large number of complex and high risk cases in both obstetrics and gynaecology, it offers a unique opportunity for an advanced trainee in anaesthesia with an interest in the subspecialist area of obstetric anaesthesia.

The applicants’ duties will be similar to those described in the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Guidelines TE13 (2013) for a Provisional Fellow (post- Fellowship 5th year training position). The Provisional Fellows /ATY 3 will be directly responsible to the Head of Department and the hospital Supervisor of Training for Fellows. The Research Fellow will also be responsible to the Director of Research Clinical Assoc Prof Nolan McDonnell.

Positions are advertised and finalised between April and June for the following year.


Fellows will also be asked to work day, night and evening shifts during their term. Regular non-clinical time to be used for education and research activities is provided.


KEMH is the major tertiary obstetric and gynaecologic hospital in the state of Western Australia. It  provides the majority of the tertiary obstetrics /gynaecologic / neonatal care for the state’s population of over 2 million people. In total, the hospital delivers around 6,000 babies per year.

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