Surgeons – The OpAlert BLOG

How many hours do Surgeons work

How many hours are in the ‘average’ working week for a surgeon! The Royal College of Surgeons represents over 7500 surgeons working in Australia and New Zealand. We all know that medical professionals often lead a busy life. Finding a work-life balance can be...

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Uber for Surgeons

What is the best way to describe OpAlert? Its FREE UBER for Surgeons! Surgeons are like the passengers of Uber. Surgeons need help and go to their OpAlert App. They post their details of where their list will be, when, and how many cases. The "job" is then instantly...

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Win a bottle of grange!

OpAlert is pleased to bring you its launch competition. SIGN UP before 27th of March 2017, and once you've successfully referred a friend who completes their sign up, you will receive an entry into our GRANGE competition. For every person that you refer, you will...

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How to find your RACS ID

Your RACS ID is your ticket to registering with OpAlert. Without your RACS ID, you may not be able to join OpAlert. OpAlert is designed only for Surgeons, Anaesthetists and accredited Assistants. We take privacy and personal details very seriously, and each...

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Personal Assistants and Secretarys

In private practice, a busy surgeon will normally have their Personal Assistant or Secretary organise their lists. This includes organising equipment, ensuring the patient has adequate private health insurance, and then organising the team that will attend the case or...

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How to find a good surgical assistant

As a busy surgeon or procedurals, finding a surgical assistant and anaesthetist can be troublesome at the best of times. With your own time spent or the time of your busy Personal Assistant or Secretary, it has shown to be one of the most frustrating tasks in private...

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