What services does Wavelength’s regulatory team offer our doctors?
Once you’ve secured a position through Wavelength, our regulatory team swings into action. We use our years of experience, up-to-date knowledge and network of contacts at regulatory bodies to make sure you comply with all regulations relevant to your medical specialty.
The regulatory services include:
- Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHRA) registration
- Medical college application
- Area of need application
- District of workforce shortage (DWS) and DPA advice
- Assistance with Primary Source Verification application (AMC & EPIC)
- MCNZ applications, including Vocational, Provisional General and Locum Tenens
- Medicare provider and prescriber numbers including 19AB exemptions and Academic exemptions
What services does Wavelength’s migration team offer our doctors?
If you’ve accepted a position through Wavelength and require migration services, our migration team is standing by to help you every step of the way towards your new role.
Our MARA registered migration agents use their extensive local knowledge to offer tailored advice on every detail of your move to Australia or New Zealand, no matter your specialty.
Using our years of experience, we can anticipate and solve common issues around visa applications, and can take care of migration paperwork, adhering to the Code of Conduct of the Migration Agents Registration Authority.
Our migration services include:
- Immigration assistance for subclass 482 sponsorship, nomination and visa applications
- Immigration assistance for employer-sponsored subclass 186 visa applications
- Immigration assistance for other temporary and permanent visa options
- Advice and assistance with migration for family members of doctors we are working with