Huge earning potential with special interests and strong workplace culture, this is the next step in your GP career.
- Largest medical centre in the city with high patient demand
- Strong and enjoyable workplace culture
- Rich cultural history in a dynamic regional center
Set on a historic street in a heritage-listed building, this practice is the largest medical centre in the city. In addition to offering general practice services, the centre's health professionals provide injury management and pre-work medicals, employing audiometric officers to conduct hearing tests 6 days per week. Fully computerised with 11 GP consult rooms and experienced health and treatment room nurses rostered 7 days a week for support, you're set up to provide the best possible care.
The team at this Medical and Occupational Health Centre pride themselves on servicing the city and its surrounding area's patients, companies and clients. Open and welcoming, they aim to maintain a strong and enjoyable workplace culture. Specialist interests include children's health, men's health and occupational health services.
Opening hours are 7am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 8pm on weekends. No on-call requirements however all doctors are required to take part in the afterhours/weekend roster.
This practice prides itself in its enjoyable workplace culture whilst offering opportunities to follow special interests and maximise your income.
Australia's largest Outback City in the Goldfields of Western Australia with over 30 active mines and a population over around 30,000 people. This location has a strong spirit of community and offers vast bushlands to explore. If you're lucky enough, you may even find yourself a gold nugget! Modern and vibrant, with tranquil parks to local shopping and cafes, sporting pursuits to artistic endeavours, the city offers something for everyone.
The affordable lifestyle and regional living opportunities make this dynamic regional centre an attractive place to live for young families.
DWS exemption available.
In order to be eligible for this exciting role, International Medical Graduates are required to hold postgraduate qualifications in General Practice (i.e. FRACGP, FRNZCGP, MRCGP, MICGP or CCFP). General Practitioners who have one of the above-recognised postgraduate 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.