Changes to 2021 RMO rotation dates
Frequently Asked Questions
Employee-related questions regarding the transition to new RMO rotation dates in 2021. Please check back regularly for updates.
Resident Medical Officer rotation dates - general FAQs for RMOs, trainee interns and medical students
8 September 2020
The decision document summarises the submissions received in response to the proposal to change the RMO rotation dates from the beginning of the 2021 training year. The document outlines the decisions that the District Health Board Chief Executives have taken following the consultation, and the rationale for these.
RMO rotations decision document [227KB]
Summary of submissions received and decisions on RMO rotation dates, 2021
20 July 2020
Submissions on the consultation document
The full submissions received by the DHBs are available for download. Submissions made by individuals have been anonymised. A small number of submissions have not been published, where they included identifying personal information, or they were in a survey format.
Full submissions on RMO rotation dates, 2021
20 July 2020
The DHBs are grateful to all the individuals and organisations who took the time to make submissions. Your feedback was extremely useful and informed the final decisions.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or contact you local RMO Unit Manager if you are a DHB employee.
Original consultation document
Original consultation document on proposed change to RMO rotation dates, 2021
The purpose of this consultation document was to set out the changes to the Resident Medical Officer (RMO) rotation dates that the 20 District Health Boards (DHBs) are proposing to introduce from the beginning of the 2021 training year.
The consultation document sets out the proposal, the rationale, and the issues that will need to be considered as part of any transition.
The document was sent directly to a number of key stakeholders – the NZ Resident Doctors’ Association and Specialty Trainees of New Zealand (the RMO Unions); the Council of Medical Colleges; the Medical Council of New Zealand; the Auckland and Otago University medical schools; the NZ Medical Students’ Association; the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS); and the Ministry of Health.