"Care for the public sector doctors that care for our community"
Why is this important?
Doctors have a duty to make patients their first concern.
Providing the best patient care relies on having access to specialist trained doctors. Sadly, patient care continues to be compromised by the State Government’s position on doctors’ workloads, staffing and professional development.
Amidst a backdrop of constant change, driven by politics rather than patient care, the Government now wants to cut pay and are refusing the security of a new work agreement for doctors. In the end, it’s the patients who suffer.
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Salaried doctors send a LETTER to Premier.
SASMOA is run by Salaried Doctors for Salaried Doctors, and is the only Union organisation party to the Award and Enterprise Agreement.
SASMOA is a registered industrial association (Registered under the Fair Work Act 1994 (SA)) representing salaried doctors on issues relating to their salaries and conditions of employment.
SASMOA was registered in 1973 and is run by salaried doctors for salaried doctors. The governing body is the Council, which is elected annually. The Council consists of 12 members representing the four main groups which comprise the membership, each group elects 3 councillors. The conduct of SASMOA is governed by its Constitution and Rules.
The groups are:
SASMOA's Councillors employs and sets policies for the secretariat which consists of 5 staff that have a range of industrial, human resources and organisational skills.
SASMOA is the employee party to all major State registered Awards and Agreements covering salaried doctors in South Australia. Its Federal counterpart, ASMOF has the same role in the "Federal" industrial jurisdiction.
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