Gp Skin Cancer Work - Mixed Billing - 65% Of Billings - Shopping Location, Ngunnawal Act 2913, Heal

Australia, Ngunnawal Act 2913, Ngunnawal Act 2913
Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277704129
65 AU$
Gp Skin Cancer Work - Mixed Billing - 65% Of Billings - Shopping Location, Ngunnawal Act 2913, Heal
Australia, Ngunnawal Act 2913, Ngunnawal Act 2913,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Gp skin cancer work - mixed billing - 65% of billings - shopping location

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About the Opportunity A mixed billing general practice open 5.5 days a week in the Ngunnawal area is needing more vocationally registered general practitioners to cater for their growing client base. This position is ideal for GPs who are looking for more work-life balance in their current roles as no regular evening or weekend work will be required, just the occasional fill-in. General medical offered here include musculoskeletal medicine, chronic disease management, stroke/heart/conditions, pain, travel advice and vaccinations, maternal and reproductive health, health assessments for patients of all ages, indigenous health, medication reviews, pre-employment medicals, workcover, insurance and driving medical assessments, and minor surgical procedures with the opportunity to practice and pursue skin cancer as a subspecialty as the clinic is set up for skin cancer procedures with existing skin cancer patients. You will be part of a multilingual team of doctors with different special interest areas servicing a varied demographic of patients consisting of elderly citizens and young families. The clinic is located next to a shopping mall with a lot of foot traffic from local groceries, cafes, gyms and fast food chains. If you're available for a new role and fancy working with an experienced team of medical professionals with an innovative approach to healthcare, please express your by submitting your latest CV or contact us on the details below for more information about the role and practice. Essential Criteria: MBBS or equivalent Must have a current and valid AHPRA GENERAL /SPECIALIST registration FRACGP qualified Good Team Player

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