I suggest you check out the ramsay website to get a bit of an idea of the organisation.
I know they take pride in "the ramsay way" so they may ask questions to see if you fit their profile.
They also pride themselves on the support they give new graduates, so you may like to check out the "grad plus" program. They may ask questions relating to how you support new graduates.
There is a strong trend towards asking "behavioural" questions for interview, so be prepared for those type as well as "clinical scenario" questions.
Be aware of the change for "English Language Requirement" for all state and territory nurses boards.
1. ALL applicants applying for registration who have undertaken their nursing education outside Australia, must from 1 July 2009, demonstrate English language competence.
2. ALL applicants required to demonstrate English language competence must achieve the prescribed test result as set out below:
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) – Academic test: a score of at least 7 in all four components of IELTS (Reading; Listening; Writing and Speaking) with an overall band score of at least 7;
- Occupational English Test (OET) – Nursing Version: a B pass or above in all four sections.
3. Applicants must achieve the above scores at a single test sitting and the test must have been completed within two (2) years.
4. The English Language Tests are only valid for two (2) years from the date of the test.
5. From 1 July 2009 nurses and midwives who have undertaken their nursing education outside Australia AND have worked continuously in English as a registered nurse or midwife for a period of no less than twelve (12) months (which has occurred no more than six  months prior to the date of application) in either the United States of America, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Canada or New Zealand will no longer be granted a waiver of the English language skills test.
The Board will comply with letters of requirements issued prior to 1 July 2009; however there will be no extension on letters issued prior to 1 July 2009. Should a nurse request an extension of the requirement letter, they will be requested to provide the Board’s new English language requirement.