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Burn Fellowship – New Zealand National Burn Centre, Counties Manukau Health

Counties Manukau Health Board are inviting applications for a Burn Fellowship to join the Burn Team. The Fellowship has been in place since 2007 and is unique and sought after because it covers comprehensive care for both adult and paediatric patients, in the acute, rehabilitative and reconstructive phases of treatment.  There is protected research time and an expectation to participate in research and publishing opportunities.  We have around 5000 Elective procedures per year, complex breast reconstruction, Head /Neck and ENT reconstruction, Adult and Paediatric Cranial/facial/cleft surgery to name a few. The Burn Team cares for the most severe burn injuries from New Zealand and around the Pacific.  Our Fellows are also exposed to critical care whilst working closely with our Intensive care team.

The Fellowship is based around the National Burn Centre (NBC) located within Middlemore Hospital. The NBC is a 10 bed a ‘state of the art’ facility and forms the corner piece of the National Burn Service of New Zealand The Burn Team is part of the Auckland Regional Centre for Plastic Reconstructive & Hand Surgery at Middlemore Hospital, one of the largest and most dynamic in the Southern Hemisphere with 20 plastic surgeons and 6 Orthopaedic Hand surgeons. The Department is accredited by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as a training site in Plastic Reconstructive & Hand Surgery.

The position is for a fixed term 12-month basis but consideration may be given to shorter or longer terms. Registration with the New Zealand Medical Council is essential at commencement of employment. Applications can be made direct to by providing a CV and cover letter.

For more information please contact Crisna on 64 21 591 264 or 64 9 2760135 or


Burns Fellowship Alfred Hospital

The Australian mainland state of Victoria has a population of more than 6 million people. The Victorian Adult Burns Services at The Alfred Hospital is the state-wide provider of burns care for all adults with complex major burn injuries in Victoria, as well as many people with less severe burns. In addition, we provide education and training for rural and regional clinicians involved in caring for burn-injured patients, and collaborate with community and industry groups on burn awareness campaigns and to provide first aid education and training.

In addition to clinical care provision and provision of clinical leadership in all aspects of burn care, we undertake research into the causes and mechanisms of burn injuries, clinical outcomes and emerging clinical treatment technologies. The Victorian Adult Burns Service at The Alfred provide:

  • Acute care for all severely injured adult burns patients in Victoria
  • Secondary reconstructive surgery for burns patients in association with the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Unit
  • Post-Operative rehabilitation and scar management services
  • Advice, assessment and treatment of outpatients with minor burns

The aim of the Fellowship is to foster the development of clinical skills in both the medical and surgical management of adults with burn injuries, during the acute, rehabilitation and secondary reconstructive phases of the episode: together with acquisition of management and research skills to enable the fellow to take up a position as a consultant in burn surgery on completion of the Fellowship.

The Fellow will conduct rostered theatre lists, undertake care of inpatients, both elective and non- elective, and assess referrals from the Emergency department and other hospital Departments both in hours and after hours. The Fellow would also be expected to complete a research project during the fellowship. This research project can be clinical, basic science or translational research.

Expressions of interest are open to Plastic or General Surgeons who have recently completed their training or who expect to complete training in the coming year, and who seek to pursue further subspecialty training in Burns.

Overseas applicants should have a medical degree that is registrable with the AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency), and have completed or be near completion of surgery training in their country of origin.

CV’s and enquiries to: Ms Tracey Petrie, e-mail or telephone 03 9076 3626.