High patient demand and unique opportunities in this GP owned-and-run practice group
- Family friendly hours
- Guaranteed initial hourly income + 65% billings
- Partnership opportunities
Help provide high quality medicine to this modern and bright, GP owned-and-run practice group with a high patient demand. With the community growing every year, this practice has found its patient base has not only grown in size, but also in varying needs, meaning your day always remains interesting.
Looking for a team player to join their dedicated, collegial practice group, the values and internal culture are second to none. Originally from the UK, the Principle understands the challenges of both overseas and local GPs and drives to create an environment of support for all, working across the practice sites on a consistent basis. With clinical meetings each week, organised events with guest speakers and individual management for each practice in the group, this is a workplace you know you will enjoy coming to each day.
Your support team is made up of experienced receptionists and nurses, a Practice manager and an Area and Finance manager at the flagship practice. Allied health specialists are available onsite with pharmacy next door. Work flexibly across Monday - Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday 9:30-6pm and Sunday mornings.
This practice group understands your needs and caters to them, allowing you to focus on practicing quality medicine
Tooradin is a small town of around 2000 inhabitants, situated 55km south east of Melbourn's city centre and 15km from the city of Cranbourne on picturesque Sawtell's Inlet, a popular stopping point for visitors to Phillip Island.
The Mornington Peninsula is a popular destination for pensioners, retirees and in the past 10 years, young families have been moving into the area as popular suburbs such as Oliver?s Hills, Mt Eliza, Red Hills and Mt Martha. A high proportion of the demographic of the area is farming Australians. With some of Victoria's best schools in the area and easy access to Melbourne, this is an area that will only grow in popularity.
DWS exemption available.
In order to be eligible for this exciting role, International Medical Graduates are required to hold post graduate qualifications in General Practice (i.e. FRACGP, FRNZCGP, MRCGP, MICGP or CCFP). General Practitioners who have one of the above recognised post graduate qualifications are eligible for reciprocal recognition with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Wavelength International will assist you with the required regulatory and immigration process.