Vr Gp - North Of Brisbane - Take Over Patient Base , Brisbane City Qld 4000, Healthcarelink Support

Australia, Brisbane City Qld 4000, Brisbane City Qld 4000
Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277704114
Vr Gp - North Of Brisbane - Take Over Patient Base , Brisbane City Qld 4000, Healthcarelink Support
Australia, Brisbane City Qld 4000, Brisbane City Qld 4000,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Vr gp - north of brisbane - take over patient base

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Position Summary · A Bulk billing medical centre that has been established more than 5 years ago. · The current team consists of 2 GPs and 1 FTE Practice Nurse. One these one GP had to return oversesas in December leaving behind a long standing patient base This is ideally a full time role however part time start can be considered · Weekend work on roster as the practice is open 7 days · Upto 70% of billings shared with the GP depending on the number of hours commitment. · The practice is doctor owned and fully computerised. · Allied health onsite: Pathology, podiatry, dietician, psychology · The practice is conveniently located in a Shopping village

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