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General Practitioner (vr Gp) – Canberra, Act, Canberra, Wavelength International

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220116
150 AU$
General Practitioner (vr Gp) – Canberra, Act, Canberra, Wavelength International
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: General practitioner (vr gp) – canberra, act
Min. Salary: 125.000


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Location available upon request, ACT , Australia

Immerse yourself in the ultimate Australian lifestyle by working as a GP in this well-equipped practice with an established patient base and excellent remuneration on offer – full-time GPs can bill $15,000 per week!
Take over an established patient base
No evenings or weekends – more free time for work-life balance!
DPA location ten minutes’ from Canberra CBD
70% of billings
The Practice

With an existing doctor relocating, this well-established practice that has been operating for over 30 years is offering a fully established patient base, ready for you to step into. The clinic is mixed-billing and full-time GPs can bill $15,000 a week!

Alongside two doctors and a dietician, you will have the support of two experienced nurses and three highly trained receptionists, allowing you to provide the best healthcare possible for your patients. The clinic features five consulting rooms, two treatment rooms, waiting room, tea room and pathology, giving you access to all the necessary facilities and benefits.

Conveniently situated in a shopping area, there is ample parking for your patients and there is a pharmacy and imaging services next door. Practice opening hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday only allowing you to achieve a healthy work-life balance and enjoy your evenings and weekends exploring this beautiful part of Australia.

A well-established practice of more than 30 years has developed a loyal, local patient base in this prime location near Canberra CBD
The Location

Located approximately 10km from the very centre of Australia’s capital, Canberra CBD, be captivated working in this beautiful part of Australia! Experience the Australian lifestyle and discover modern architecture, museums and attractions throughout this capital city. From Parliament House to National Arboretum Canberra, there are so many amazing and unique destinations full of history and culture.

The area is surrounded by stunning nature reserves including Black Mountain, Lower Molonglo, The Pinnacle and Mount Painter, perfect for wildlife and nature enthusiasts. With Canberra CBD less than 15 minutes’ drive away, you will have access to scenic views of Lake Burley Griffin and all the award-winning food and dining options such as Otis Dining Hall, Waters Edge and Table by Canberra Gourmet.

Expect fun-filled entertainment as Canberra hosts some of the nation’s biggest festivals, international sporting matches and blockbuster exhibitions. With the practice only a 10mins drive to the local hospital, there is also a selection of excellent private, public schools and universities which makes this an ideal location to raise a family.

Health Workforce Certificate and visa sponsorship available.

RACGP PEP-Specialist Pathway eligible international candidates and GPs holding Specialist Registration with AHPRA are eligible for this role.

If you are interested in working within an innovative general practice clinic that provides optimal wellbeing of patients while enjoying a genuine work/life balance, apply today or contact Jane to find out more!

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