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Sydney Adventist Hospital

Why Sydney Adventist?

The ‘San’ is Sydney’s largest private and largest ‘not-for-profit’ hospital, and is part of the Northern Sydney training network for Emergency Medicine. Situated on Sydney’s leafy north shore, it is a world class 550 bed facility with a 24 hour cardiac catheter lab, ICU and broad range of clinical specialities. The San is a teaching hospital associated with the University of Sydney.

Sydney Adventist Hospital is accredited with ACEM for the paediatric log book and for the following terms:

  • 6 months ED
  • 6 months ultrasound special skills
  • 6 months anaesthetics (core critical care)
  • 6 months ICU (core critical care)
  • 6 months general medicine

These terms are well-paid with a generous fringe benefits scheme. Other advantages include:

  • Paid, protected registrar teaching program for 4 hours per week
  • Workshops including disaster simulation, airway, CICO, APLS and more
  • A great track record for performance in the fellowship  exams:  teaching program can be tailored to written or OSCE if required
  • Enthusiastic FACEMs including experienced fellowship examiners delivering teaching and supervision in the department
  • Ultrasound term taught by a dedicated FACEM DDU, with registrar accreditation for minimum eFAST, AAA, vascular access, DVT and basic ECHO at completion of term, and often more than that (biliary, renal etc.)
  • Civilised roster with minimal nights
  • Admitting consultants who WANT your patients, no hustle required


Contact Dr Nadine Huddle FACEM

Director of Emergency Medicine Training

Emergency Care Unit

Sydney Adventist Hospital

Ph: 02 9487 9199

Fax: 02 9487 9191