Below are the key senior staff members related to matters concerning junior doctors

FACEMs

lucy reed

Director of Emergency

The boss


Email Lucy: lucy.reed@ths.tas.gov.au

Paul pielage

Infinite wisdom


Email Paul: paul.pielage@ths.tas.gov.au

Farida khawaja

Co-DEMT

State Deputy censor ACEM


Email Farida: farida.khawaja@ths.tas.gov.au

Nick scott

Co DEMT


Email Nick: nick.scott@ths.tas.gov.au

Marcus yong

WBA coordinator

EMC/ EMD supervisor


Email Marcus: marcus.yong@ths.tas.gov.au

Fiona cowan

JMO coordinator

Orientation

Rostering


Email Fiona: fiona.cowan@ths.tas.gov.au

Sangeeth mohan

edlaunceston.org


Email me: sangeeth.mohan@ths.tas.gov.au

Anita avesta

Fellowship exam program


Email Anita: anita.avesta@ths.tas.gov.au

Mentoring

natalie burch

Mentoring coordinator


Email Nat: natburch1@gmail.com


key nursing staff members


Nurse unit manager (ED NUM)

  • David Harris
Clinical nurse educators
  • Stuart Davidson
  • Erika Hepburn Chilcott
  • Marni Carswell
Clinical nurse consultants
  • Shaun Probert
  • Bronwyn Burgess
  • Louisa Grant
clinical nurse practitioners
  • Pam McGee
  • Michael Holroyd

Shift Coordinator

This is the nurse in charge of the shift, and plays a vital part in the smooth running of the department. This nurse manages patient flow, booking beds, monitoring referrals, discharging to wards, liaising with doctors, nurses, allied health, ambulance, police etc. It is a very busy role which can be made much easier with good communication from the doctors on the shift.

Nurse Practitioners

They generally work in Fast Track but can be flexible when required round the department. They are a great source of information and assistance, particularly for procedural skills.

Tasmanian Ambulance Service (TAS)

We have a good relationship with TAS and work closely with them. Please respect their unique role in the patient journey and listen to their handover/ read their notes. They will use the IMIST-AMBO criteria for handover.

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