The Broken Hill Hospital and its Emergency Department is the star feature in an observational documentary titled “Outback ER” made for ABC TV. This outstanding 8-part series premiered on the ABC on 12 February 2015.
The Far West Local Health District has many opportunities for doctors, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals who may be looking for a change of lifestyle, a better place to raise your family or a chance to further your career.
The engagement, support and growth of the Aboriginal workforce in Far West is crucial to ensuring the delivery of effective and culturally safe health services for Aboriginal people and communities.
Stepping Up is an online recruitment resource specifically developed to support Aboriginal people who are interested in a career with NSW Health and the Far West LHD through the recruitment process.
To access the Stepping Up site, please CLICK HERE
Are you looking for a new adventure and a pathway to further your career in critical care?
Experience the unique culture and lifestyle that Far West NSW has to offer.
Broken Hill Health Service has exciting opportunities for Registered Nurses with or without Post Graduate qualification in the specialty of critical care. Broken Hill Health Service has a 5 bed ICU/CCU which focuses on patient safety and person centred care. Professional development and career progression are supported and encouraged by Nursing and Midwifery Directorate.
Employment Benefits include
Exciting opportunities await. Come and explore the outback.
School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBATs) Program
The Far West Local Health District offers traineeships in Business Administration medical), Health Services Assistance, Allied Health Assistance, and Aboriginal Primary Health Care. Traineeships are offered in locations where the health service has capacity to support students. In 2016 the Program will be expanded to include Dental Assisting.
The SBATs manual provides information on and guidelines for the Far West Local Health District (FWLHD) School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SBAT) Program (the Program) to ensure a consistent approach across the Far West LHD
You will be able to find:
The manual must be read in conjunction with the NSW SBAT Guidelines 2014.
Who is this Manual for?
This Manual is designed for use by:
"Enjoy the Experience"
Welcome to the Broken Hill Community
We recognise that moving to a new location can be a very challenging time for you and your family.
Whether you are planning to move yourself or your whole family to NSW to set up in Broken Hill, you will need to find out about key services like housing, transport, work, schools and recreational opportunities.
To assist you in this process we have developed this resource "Welcome to the Broken Hill Community Booklet" to ease your transition into your new environment.
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