|Casual Catering Assistants|
Casterton Memorial Hospital has available for immediate start for suitable persons to perform kitchen duties within the Hospital’s Catering Department.
This is a casual position and will include working morning, afternoon and weekend shifts with the prospect of leading to a part time role.
Please see the position specification via the link above.
Applicants please note that a requirement of employment will be both Covid-19 and Influenza vaccinations.
For further enquiries please contact Loren Hulm, Corporate Services Officer on 55542555.
A formal application and resume addressed to the CEO, will be received up until 5pm Wednesday 22nd September 2021.
Casterton Memorial Hospital
63-69 Russell Street,
Casterton Memorial Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
|GRADUATE NURSE 2022 (Multiple Positions Available)|
GRADUATE REGISTERED NURSE PROGRAMME 2022
Casterton Memorial Hospital is a small rural health service which provides acute care, primary care, aged care and allied health services to the community of Casterton.
The Graduate Nurse program is for newly graduated registered nurses and comprises of two intakes each year (January and April) with a total of 4 graduates.
The length of the course is 52 working weeks at 8 shifts per fortnight (64 hours/fortnight).
A week of annual leave is designated to each graduate in the middle of the program which extends the period to 53 weeks in total. Any additional leave taken due to extenuating circumstances (personal etc) during the course will need to be made up on completion of the course.
The program consists of both a theoretical and practical component both of which have been developed in response to the specific learning needs of graduate nurses.
The clinical component includes rotations that are around five months in length. Rotations include:
Acute: This placement provides a sound clinical foundation on which to develop clinical skills and knowledge.
Glenelg House (Aged care facility): This rotation enables the graduate to develop clinical leadership, clinical judgement, physical assessment, medication management and communication skills within a person-centred care model.
Surgical /Emergency: During the year, a three week clinical placement in Horsham includes two weeks in the surgical unit and one week in emergency care.
The theoretical component comprises of a five day orientation block in Horsham at Wimmera Health at the commencement of the program and six single study days throughout the year. The study day’s address the identified clinical needs of the graduate nurse. This format allows CMH graduates to integrate with other graduate nurses from across the region.
All graduates are provided three orientation days to CMH on commencement and another day when they transition to their other clinical area.
During the course of the year you will be required to work in a team of four in undertaking a minor research project specific to your workplace. More detail will be provided to successful graduates on employment.
Graduates are encouraged clinically through personal and professional development plans which are reviewed and updated throughout the programme.
Program Co-ordinators/CMH Education Officer: Facilitate the delivery and co-ordination of the program, facilitate clinical support for graduate nurses and assists the graduate to acquire skills and knowledge in a supported environment.
Preceptors: The graduate nurse is allocated a preceptor for the duration of the course.
Unit Managers: Monitor the progress of the graduate nurse during the clinical placement and offers support to the graduate when required.
Group Debriefing Sessions: Group debriefing sessions are held to provide a forum for the graduate nurse to discuss any issues relating to any aspect of the program.
The application should include:
Please note the process of interviews is currently being revised due to COVID 19 and more detail will be provided to applicants through the GNP.
Please send applications via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Hospital Happenings – May 2021||10/05/2021|
|Hospital Happenings – April 2021||10/05/2021|
|Hospital Happenings – March 2021||10/05/2021|
|Hospital Happenings – February 2021||10/05/2021|
|Glenelg House Booklet||03/05/2021|
|Consumer Information Booklet||03/05/2021|
|2019/2020 A Year in Review||05/03/2021|
|CMH Annual Report 2019/2020|
Please click on the link to access the 2019/2020 Annual Report.
|Hospital Happenings – January 2021||14/01/2021|
|December Hospital Happenings||21/12/2020|
|November Hospital Happenings||26/11/2020|
|October Hospital Happenings||26/11/2020|
|September Hospital Happenings||26/11/2020|
|Annual Report 2018/2019||
Casterton Memorial Hospital – Annual Report 2018-19
|Hospital Happenings – August 2020||
A message from our CEO
|Hospital Happenings – July 2020||
CMH welcomes back Seasons and Exercise Groups. CMH COVID-19 testing
|Hospital Happenings – June 2020||
This issue includes the Walking Group and International Year of the Nurse and Midwife
|Hospital Happenings – May 2020||
This issue is regarding COVID-19 testing
|CMH Hospital Happenings – April 2020||
CMH Services, Flu Vaccination information and an update for CMH Volunteers
|CMH Hospital Happenings – March 2020||
Events in the local community
|CMH Hospital Happenings – February 2020||
This issue includes Pacemaker Checks, Respiratory Education Sessions and the launch of our Facebook page
|CMH Hospital Happenings – January 2020||
Survive the Heat
|CMH Quality Account 2018/2019||
Please click on the link to view our Quality Account for 2018/2019.
|CMH Procurement Activity Plan 2018-19||12/02/2019|
|Complaints & Feedback Management Policy|
Complaints & Feedback Management including Procurement complaints information.
Casterton Memorial Hospital values employee and all consumer participation and encourages both positive and negative feedback. The organisation aims to present open and accountable services that reassure consumers that their feedback is welcome and will be dealt with fairly and timely. It is acknowledged that the organisation will not always be able to meet expectations; however feedback is seen as an essential component of understanding hoe our services are perceived. This feedback may be used in determining quality improvement initiatives and working towards addressing identified gaps.
|Strategic Procurement Process Policy||04/12/2018|
|Collective Procurement Policy||04/12/2018|
|Health Purchasing Compliance Statement||04/12/2018|
|CMH Strategic Plan 2017-2020||04/12/2018|
|CMH Gifts, Benefits & Hospitality Policy||04/12/2018|
|CMH Strength & Balance Class||04/12/2018|
|Private Patient Information||04/12/2018|
|CMH Community Home Nursing Service||03/12/2018|
|CMH Discharge Services||03/12/2018|
|Consumer & Carer Participation||03/12/2018|
|Advance Care Planning / Directives||03/12/2018|
|Property Maintenance Service||03/12/2018|
|Suggestions, Comments, Compliments & Complaints||03/12/2018|
|CMH Quality Account 2017/2018|
Please enjoy Casterton Memorial Hospital’s Quality Account for 2017/2018.
|CMH Annual Report 2017/2018|
Casterton Memorial Hospital Annual Report for the 2017/2018 Financial Year.
|Seasons @ CMH – Social Support Group||25/05/2018|
|CMH- Primary & Community Care||25/05/2018|
|CMH Freedom Of Information Brochure||25/05/2018|
|CMH Dialysis Brochure||25/05/2018|
|CMH Community Health Services||25/05/2018|
|CMH – Glenelg House Residential Care||25/05/2018|
|CMH Quality Care Report 2016-17||25/05/2018|
|CMH Quality Care Report 2015-16||25/05/2018|
|CMH Annual Report 2016-2017||25/05/2018|
|CMH Annual Report 2015-16||25/05/2018|