Queensland Health

About Metro North Health

Delivering outstanding health services is just one of the ways that we care for our community. Our passion for people is reflected in the way we do our work and live our values every day. We value and nurture our team members so they can provide quality value-based care to our patients across our diverse organisation. Our focus on Value Based Healthcare means we expect our staff to deliver the care the patient needs, no more and no less, to achieve the best quality of life for our community. This passion fuels our collaborative culture of innovation and research.

We embrace the diversity of local and greater communities as we provide services to people throughout Queensland, northern New South Wales, and the Northern Territory, in all major health specialities including medicine, surgery, mental health, cancer care, trauma, women’s and newborn care, and more than 30 sub-specialities. Metro North Health services include rural, regional, and tertiary hospitals, and community and oral health services.

Our diverse Health Service provides a wide variety of rewarding career paths across our tertiary/quaternary referral hospitals, secondary hospitals, community health centres, residential and extended care facilities, and regional community hospitals. We expect our staff and volunteers to translate our values into action through providing high quality connected care that is relevant, efficient, and respectful of our patients’ needs and wishes. Our people are passionate about our community and patients, with a focus on putting people first. Come and work where people are at the centre of everything we do and your contribution is truly valued.

Please visit our website for additional information about Metro North Health. http://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/

Our Vision

Excellent healthcare, working together, strong and healthy communities.

Benefits of Working for Us

  • Excellent clinical exposure.
  • Generous leave entitlements; 1.6 weeks of professional development leave, examination leave, annual leave
  • Professional Development Allowance or Vocational Training Allowance (upon receipt of evidence of vocational training).
  • Salary Packaging.
  • Employee Assistance Program.
  • Clinical research opportunities via University of Queensland and Queensland Institute of Medical Research.
  • Easy access to transport with the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) bus station, Bowen Hills train station and the RBWH cycle centre.
  • Facilities include an education centre, doctors’ common room, library, multiple food and retail outlets, childcare.

About Womens and Newborn Services

 Our Vision

 To hold paramount the women, babies and families within our care.


To be a leader and centre of excellence in women’s and newborn healthcare through collaborative patient centred care, teaching, research, partnerships and innovation.

Women’s and Newborn Services (WNS) provide a wide range of primary, secondary and tertiary health care to women and babies in Queensland. Key clinical services and subspecialties/units provided by the service line include: 

  • Gynaecology
  • Gynaecological Oncology
  • Breast Health
  • The RBWH Milk Bank
  • Healthy Hearing
  • Lactation Service
  • Centre for Advanced Prenatal Care (CAPC)
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM)
  • Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU)
  • Obstetric Review Centre (ORC)
  • Birth Suite/Centre models of care including Midwifery Group Practice/Team Midwifery
  • Ngarrama Royal
  • Private Practice Midwives (PPM)
  • Obstetric – Cardiac Diseases in Pregnancy Service
  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) Clinic
  • Urogynaecology
  • Paediatric Adolescent Gynaecology
  • Women’s Day Therapy Unit
  • The Queensland Trophoblastic Centre
  • Continence Service

WNS is actively involved in the advancement in services in Research and Education and has a strong connection with multiple universities and training organisations in the provision of a tertiary service. The service line provides an accredited RANZCOG (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists) training program in obstetrics and gynaecology and FRACP in Neonatal/Perinatal Sub Committee Accreditation from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP). The service line also provides an accredited RACP/SOMANZ training program in obstetric medicine.