Vr Gp - Teaching Exemption - 70% Of Billings - $150/hr - Busy Clinic, The Patch Vic 3792, Healthcare

Australia, The Patch Vic 3792, The Patch Vic 3792
Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277704133
70 AU$
Vr Gp - Teaching Exemption - 70% Of Billings - $150/hr - Busy Clinic, The Patch Vic 3792, Healthcare
Australia, The Patch Vic 3792, The Patch Vic 3792,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Vr gp - teaching exemption - 70% of billings - $150/hr - busy clinic

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About the Practice A GP owned and operated bulk billing practice in the far eastern suburbs of Melbourne is needing more vocationally registered general practitioners to cater for patient demand from the local and wider community. Established in a rapidly growing area by the beach with easy access via public transport the clinic location is not classed as DPA however, a teaching exemption can be considered for the right candidate hence any VR GP who is still under the moratorium and willing to take on some academic duties to obtain a permanent 19ab position within an hour's drive of Melbourne is encouraged to APPLY. The patient demographic is very mixed consisting of a lot of families who present with a variety of conditions including TAC, chronic disease management, travel medicine, vaccinations, minor procedures, sexual and reproductive health. If you're an unrestricted GP or doctor who is still subject to 19ab available to work on a part-time or full-time basis we'd love to hear from you Essential Criteria: MBBS or equivalent Must have a current and valid AHPRA GENERAL /SPECIALIST registration FRACGP qualified Medical Indemnity Insurance

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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