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Gynaecologist/Obstetrician, Denmark

Staff Specialist or Medical Consultant, Nykøbing F. Hospital

Are you a specialist in gynaecology and obstetrics with a passion for making a difference to your patients? Then we're looking for you!

At the Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics at Nykøbing F. Hospital, we place a firm focus on interdisciplinary approaches that strengthen our professional competence and develop the department so that our patients receive the best possible treatment. If you are a specialist who prioritises professional medical development, we can offer you an exciting position that will allow you to build upon your existing competencies.

About the department
We are nine medical specialists who are affiliated with one or more of the following sub-specialisations.

We specialise in urogynaecology. We accept 600 incontinence patients per year for clinical examination in our own urodynamic laboratory. All patients undergo an established, evidence-based diagnostic examination programme. 92% of our patients will have a diagnosis and treatment plan within one hour, and in cases where an operation is necessary, the patient is also given an operation date and time before leaving the outpatient clinic. The urogynaecology team consists of four continence nurses (all ICS certified) and four medical consultants. Approx. 125 incontinence operations are performed each year: TVT, TOT, Ajust and botox treatments. Each doctor examines their own patients in collaboration with the continence nurses and performs at least 25 incontinence operations per year.

In addition to incontinence surgery, we also perform general gynaecological procedures such as prolapse surgery, laparoscopic hysterectomies, abdominal and vaginal hysterectomies, and diagnostic and operative hysteroscopies/laparoscopies. In spring 2018, the Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics will be moved to a new outpatient corridor, where we will be able to perform minor surgical procedures in addition to diagnosis and treatment using mini-hysteroscopy.

Menstrual irregularities
Another focus area is the examination and treatment of menstrual irregularities.

The Centre for Victims of Sexual Abuse
We specialise in this area and treat around 60 patients per year. Acute care is provided by the nurses in the department, and after care is offered to the patient in the form of psychological support.

The department manages 750 low-risk births each year and is expecting a further 200 births in 2018 from other towns and cities. High-risk pregnancies are monitored closely at the Nykøbing F. Hospital, and delivery takes place at Næstved Hospital, which is another hospital in Region Zealand. The department has a chief specialist obstetrician in its employ.

Sphincter and vulva disorders
The department has established an outpatient clinic for postpartum sphincter disorders with ultrasound scanning equipment.

There are two PhD students in the department. The department has a database containing information on the examination and treatment of 1200 urinary incontinent women, in addition to a database with information on a further 1200 newly referred women with urinary incontinence. If you are interested in research, you can use this data for your own investigations.

Facts about the department
• Each specialist has their own gynaecology & obstetrics outpatient clinic with its own staff and a day surgery unit with six beds and an operating theatre with permanent staff
• 92% of patients are discharged from the unit before 8pm
• We all work independently and take responsibility for our own patients in accordance with the principles on care responsibility and optimised patient care
• Each doctor has fixed outpatient and operation days and carefully monitors their own patients during outpatient examination, surgery and during post-operative assessments
• The department has its own gynaecological daybeds for acute patients and overnight surgery patients.
• The department is a regional centre for urogynaecology and the treatment of victims of sexual abuse

We expect
You must be a specialist in gynaecology and obstetrics.
You are expected to be able to perform all of the general functions relating to gynaecology and obstetrics.
You will be on call every seventh day at the workplace.

Whats attractive working for us
Permanent employment in a dynamic organisation, which places high value on good relationships and a high degree of professionalism. You will be linked to one or several sub-specialisations of your choice. You will be able to work independently and take responsibility for the examination and treatment of your own patients. If you are interested in research, you will have the opportunity to get involved in our existing projects and to initiate your own. An annual conference trip, as well as participation in relevant courses.

About Nykøbing F. Hospital
The hospital has approximately 268 beds and approx. 1,550 employees, who do their utmost to care for our patients every day. Each year, we have approximately 35,000 admissions, 30,000 of which relate to acute care, in addition to approx. 71,000 outpatient visits.

We are an attractive workplace which places high value on continuous development and professionalism, and which considers research to be a prioritised aspect of our interdisciplinary cooperation across departments. We conduct our research in collaboration with other research institutions in Denmark and with researchers from across the country and abroad. From a managerial perspective, we attach importance to high employee involvement, and we offer opportunities for personal and professional competency development. At the same time, we also expect our employees to take responsibility for their own development.
The hospital offers treatments within the following areas:
• Surgery (acute illnesses in the stomach and intestines, gallstones, hernias, haemorrhoids, appendicitis and ileus). In addition, we also provide outpatient endoscopic examinations
• Orthopaedic surgery (hips, knees, shoulders, amputations, etc.)
• Medical illnesses (diseases in the heart, stomach, intestines, liver, lungs, hormones and metabolism, kidneys, blood clots or bleeding in the brain and age-related diseases)
• Conditions affecting women, pregnancy and childbirth (obstetric aid, maternity care, nuchal translucency and anomaly scans, as well as diseases of the reproductive organs)
• Diseases affecting children and young people (treatment of illnesses in 0 to 18-year-olds and in new-borns)
• Physiotherapy and occupational therapy (rehabilitation)

Facts about Region Zealand:
Region Zealand is one of the five regions in Denmark and is geographically spread across 17 municipalities. It covers a geography of 7.200 square kilometers and has more than 800.000 citizens.

Region Zealand has six hospitals spread across the region. Region Zealand is attractive for specialist located in Germany and Holland because of the short drive or flight to the Region, which makes it possible to commute to the region or frequently drive home for a visit.

Why choose Denmark:
You will be a part of an informal and professional work environment and you will have the opportunity to influence how you would like your future in the department to plan out. The Danish work place culture is informal and has a flat hierarchy, a 37-hour working week and an attractive salary and pension scheme. In addition, Region Zealand offers a great range of leisure and accommodation facilities as well as good schools.

Benefits for you and your family if you choose a career at Region Zealand:
• A professional and inspirational work environment
• Opportunities for training and professional growth
• Good research opportunities - national and international
• Good quality of life for families

If you choose Region Zealand we will offer you:
An attractive recruitment package offering you help to become established as a specialist doctor in Denmark, including free Danish lessons, relocation assistance and support for the family, including finding accommodation, day-care institutions or schools, contact with authorities and advice on taxes. We also meet the costs of authorisation and offer a financial relocation contribution.

Recruitment process:
If we find you qualified for the position you have applied for, you will firstly be invited to a skype meeting with the staff management to discuss your medical qualifications and experiences related to the given job position. In case of a good match between your qualifications and our needs, you will be invited to a recruitment meeting at the hospital. This includes a job interview and a visit at the hospital, an interview with Human Resources, a tour around the community area with our relocation agency and a language test with our private language teacher. This meeting will provide you with necessary insights to living and working conditions in Region Zealand.

If you want to know more about working as a medical specialist for Region Zealand you are welcome to contact us on .

Application: Send your CV in English language and a short motivation letter to Euresadviser Jørgen Uldall-Ekman on: and we will contact you regarding the Next step.

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