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By: Otago Hospice  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Palliative Care

Get yours through us and raise money for hospice!

It's jam-packed with hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers for the best restaurants, cafes, hotel accommodation, attractions and activities. $15,000 worth of available offers for $55.


We have a couple of events coming up that we would love you to support, or at least help spread the word!

Valentine's Day mystery boxes

Dunedin's Golden Centre Mall
Feb 9th - 14th

Keep your loved one happy this Valentine's Day, while supporting a local cause, by heading to Dunedin's Golden Centre Mall!

Buy a

$10 Mystery Box

from the Golden Centre’s Centre Court between Thursday this week and Valentine’s Day (that’s next Tuesday, in case you’d forgotten).

When you buy a Mystery Box for your Valentine, not only will you be making a donation on their behalf to Otago Community Hospice, you could be winning a surprise for your Valentine too.

ONE IN EVERY FOUR BOXES contains a special gift.
There are $10,000 worth of gifts to be won.

Gifts include: Pamper vouchers from Je, haircut vouchers from Just Cuts, beautiful ear-studs from Stewart Dawsons, vouchers up to the value of $500 each to spend at Dunedin’s Golden Centre Mall.

Golf Tournament at Balmacewen Golf Club

March 9th - 12 noon onwards

SAUSAGE SIZZLE, AFTER-MATCH FOOD & AWESOME PRIZES UP FOR GRABS!

$50 per player.



PLACES ARE LIMITED SO GET IN QUICK!

Trumpcard is a great loyalty fundraising network that rewards you and Otago Community Hospice - simply by you shopping at Trumpcard outlets.

More info coming so watch this space!



Jo Seager will be promoting her new book

Italia

in Dunedin on Monday.

You can enjoy her company and taste the delicious meals that feature in her book, served up by Venturi Cafe. 

Golden Centre Mall
12:00pm - 1:00pm or   1:00pm-2:00pm

$20 tickets available from Paper Plus or Venturi Cafe in the Golden Centre Mall.

The Otago Community Hospice has a great opportunity for an energetic Palliative Medicine Specialist looking to take on a leadership role. The Medical Leader is one of three Clinical Leaders at the Otago Community Hospice comprising the Clinical Governance Team, which is responsible for the clinical management of patients and families on the Hospice Programme throughout Otago.

The Otago Community Hospice provides community focussed specialist palliative care and is based in Dunedin with an outreach programme serving North, South and Central Otago. A 12 bed Inpatient unit is located in Dunedin. The service is fully committed to an interdisciplinary approach. There is a strong relationship with Otago Medical School, Dunedin Public Hospital, including the Hospital Palliative Care Team and other Community Services. The position offers extensive teaching opportunities at an undergraduate level and in teaching and mentoring at a postgraduate level. A registrar position has been established suitable for advanced training in Palliative Medicine with the RACP Chapter of Palliative Medicine. Involvement in research is actively encouraged.

It is essential that applicants have excellent communication skills, a continuous improvement focus and total commitment to collaborative teamwork.

We are fully committed to providing ongoing professional development opportunities for all staff and offer excellent working conditions.

The Otago Community Hospice has established a full time registrar position and is looking for medical practitioners interested in palliative medicine for six to twelve month posts.

The position is suitable for advanced training in Palliative Medicine with the RACP Chapter of Palliative Medicine. The position would also suit General Practitioners, Rural Doctors and other practitioners that are interested in learning more about specialist palliative care. We would seriously consider a job-sharing scenario.

The Otago Community Hospice provides community focussed specialist palliative care and is based in Dunedin with an outreach programme serving North, South and Central Otago. A 12-bed Inpatient unit is located in Dunedin. The service is fully committed to an interdisciplinary approach. There is a strong relationship with Otago Medical School, Dunedin Public Hospital, including the Hospital Palliative Care Team and other Community Services. The position offers extensive teaching opportunities at an undergraduate level and in teaching and mentoring at a postgraduate level. Involvement in research is actively encouraged.

The Registrar would work across the Hospice services with a focus on the inpatient unit. They would be responsible, medically, for the day to day management of patients and be supervised by the Medical Leader.

It is essential that applicants have excellent communication skills, a continuous improvement focus and total commitment to collaborative teamwork.

We are fully committed to providing ongoing professional development opportunities for all staff and offer excellent working conditions. A job share scenario would be considered.

The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

Keywords: Palliative Care

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When you buy a Mystery Box for your Valentine, not only will you be making a donation on their behalf to Otago Community Hospice, you could be winning a surprise for your Valentine too. We have a couple of events coming up that we would love you to support, or at least help spread the word. Dunedin's Golden Centre MallFeb 9th - 14th. Golf Tournament at Balmacewen Golf Club.