Vr General Practitioner (gp) Or Skin Cancer Doctor | 70% Of Billings | Flexible, Elizabeth Bay Nsw 2

Australia, Elizabeth Bay Nsw 2011, Elizabeth Bay Nsw 2011
Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277704098
70 AU$
Vr General Practitioner (gp) Or Skin Cancer Doctor | 70% Of Billings | Flexible, Elizabeth Bay Nsw 2
Australia, Elizabeth Bay Nsw 2011, Elizabeth Bay Nsw 2011,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Vr general practitioner (gp) or skin cancer doctor | 70% of billings | flexible

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About the Opportunity One of our corporate clients in the Elizabeth Bay area is looking for a vocationally registered general practitioner to join their bulk billing practice on a full-time basis. As the practice has been doing well despite the pandemic and set up for skin cancer procedures, doctors with special interests are encourage to apply. Range of services offered at this modern, custom built facility include: general medicine, vaccinations, occupational health, travel advice, maternity health, minor surgery, nutrition and physical rehabilitation. Procedures are privately billed and a gap is charged on Saturdays for non concession card holders. Applicants who are only available on a part-time basis will also be considered. Open 6 days a week with on-site pathology. Essential Criteria: MBBS or equivalent Must have a current and valid AHPRA GENERAL /SPECIALIST registration FRACGP qualified A positive attitute towards teamwork

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