Take over a fully built-up patient base in Cairns and earn well from your very first day!
- 65% of billings – earning potential of $400,000+ pa!
- Initial accommodation and transport assistance
- Established patient base ready for you to take over
Fully-computerised and bulk-billing, this teaching practice features six consulting rooms including a dedicated nurse’s consulting room, two treatment rooms comprising of a three-bed treatment room and a private procedure/operating room. There are also numerous Allied Health Services on-site as well as a pharmacy in the same building – your patients will love the ease-of-access to these facilities!
You will be working alongside two GPs, an experienced reception team, two knowledgeable and helpful nurses and a GP registrar is set to join the team in 2014. For your convenience, the nurses are trained in varying areas including diabetic education, women’s health, wound care and more – utilise their assistance with your busy work-load.
Practice opening hours are 8.00am to 5.00pm Monday and Fridays, 8.00am to 6.00pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and 8.00am to 1.00pm on Saturdays (1:3 roster). No on-call and after hours required means excellent work-life balance for you.
This is a teaching practice so if you thrive on sharing your knowledge this is the role for you.
Located on the Far North Queensland coast, Cairns is the heart of the Tropical North and an excellent base for exploring this wide and varied region. Cairns is home to more than 168,000 people from all corners of the world and with a number of first-rate primary, high school and tertiary education options here and surrounding suburbs; it is an ideal location for families. With the Great Barrier Reef on its doorstep, the spectacular Daintree Rainforest, Cooktown and Cape York to the north, the cool Tablelands and outback to the west and a variety of attractions in-between, Cairns is a tropical playground with no shortage of adventure and activities to choose from.
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.
Minor surgery skills would be useful.
Interest in men/women’s health and chronic disease management is desirable.
Call Jane today and become part of a lovely work environment where the quality of healthcare as at a very high standard.