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The vibrant new Auburn Hospital, completed in 2009, is a welcoming and patient-friendly health care facility that is located in one of Australia’s most culturally diverse communities, about 19km from Sydney city and only minutes from the spectacular Sydney Olympic Park. Auburn Hospital is a 155-bed metropolitan hospital provides 24 hour emergency care, high dependency, general medicine, general and specialist surgery with an emphasis on planned surgery, paediatric short stay and obstetrics and newborn care services for low risk births. Auburn Hospital is a teaching hospital for the University of Notre Dame Sydney School of Medicine. Click here for Map
As part of WSLHD, it has close medical ties with Westmead Hospital receiving interns and RMOs on rotation from Westmead each term, as well as General SRMOs, Surgical, Anaesthetic and O&G registrars.

Medical Workforce Unit

The Medical Workforce Unit is located on Level 5. Office hours are 0800 to 1630 Monday to Friday, please call in on your first shift. Contacts are:

Jenny Sleiman
Medical Workforce Coordinator
Telephone: 02 8759 3136

Louise Yazbek
Medical Workforce Officer
Telephone: 02 8759 3137


The Auburn DPET is Dr Marcia Pamfilio da Costa. Dr Pamfilio da Costa works full-time in the Emergency Department as a Career Medical Officer. Please contact the Auburn Medical Workforce Unit to make an appointment to see Dr Pamfilio da Costa.


You can login to Employee Online via this link, using your StaffLink username and password at any time, from any device.  A reminder email is sent to all JMO staff to remind that timesheets are due to be signed. The usual cut off for timesheet processing is the last Friday of the pay period 0900. Days may vary if there is a Public Holiday- if this occurs you will be notified via email.
Back adjustments are processed on a separate cycle and need to be handed in for data entry no later than the second Tuesday of the pay period to ensure payment in the next pay cycle.


For JMOs on rotation from Westmead, iIf you have a payroll deduction from Westmead, you can park in the Auburn public carpark located next to the Hospital on Hargrave Road (Map attached). On your first day you will to buzz Security for them to give you access.

ID Card

For JMOs on rotation from Westmead, please bring your Westmead Staff ID card with you, upon arrival to Auburn please call into Security on Level 2 and have your ID card activated with access to Auburn.


Lockers are located in the JMO Common Room (located on Level 2). The Auburn Medical Workforce Unit (located on Level 5) issues locker keys- we take a $10 deposit that you get back when you return the key to Auburn Medical Workforce Unit.


Ward JMOs are issued a pager by Auburn Hospital. Please collect the pager from the Medical Workforce Unit on Level 5. The pager is to be returned to Auburn Medical Workforce Unit at the end of the term.


Handover from the Day shift to the Afternoon shift happens at 1530 Monday to Friday in Close Observation Unit (COU) located on Level 4. All teams are in attendance. Please call the Hospitalist on duty on Ext 13670 if you cannot attend or if you do not have any patients to handover. This Handover is facilitated by the COU Hospitalist. Please attend this handover each weekday. At 2100 please handover to the Ward night JMO in the Common Room (located on Level 2). Please hand the after hours JMO pager over to the Ward Night JMO.

eMeds and eFluids

Auburn Hospital is live with eMeds and eFluids. For JMOs on rotation to Auburn computer training will be provided on your first day for these. For JMOs allocated to Auburn on relief you are required to attend a face to face training session at Westmead Hospital prior to your relief allocation to Auburn. Please contact Susan Pabon for further information. 

Relevent Documents

Rover Forms

ROVERS  - or "Rolling Handover" forms - are an important aides to end of term handover.

Written by JMOs, they are intended to distill the most important key messages for how to survive in each term - what the common routines are, how to get key tasks completed, who you might commonly consult and what they need to know, how to approach discharge summaries, what the important learning opportunities are, who can help...and so on.

Anything which you learned the hard way should be documented on a ROVER so that those lessons can be passed on to your colleagues.

Each term you should review and update your Rover form. You can do this at any time - even after you've left the term - but the ideal timing is about 2 weeks before the term change. To do so, simply click on the links below.

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