Inner Regional - Mount Helena

Vacancy Number: 1186

Nestled in the Perth hills in the Shire of Mundaring, 35km from Perth, Mt Helena Medical Centre is a non-corporate practice offering the successful GP all of the benefits of a fully supported GP practice, in a picturesque semi-rural community. The locality affords a work/ life balance to the doctor by offering a community service of quality medical care whilst enjoying all the Mt Helena has to offer. The opportunity exists for a full time general practitioner to join this friendly, bulk billing practice in a wonderful picturesque outer suburb of Perth. Independent contractor arrangement with a guaranteed income for the first three months. Practice is supported by a practice nurse and administration staff and is fully computerized with Best Practice software.

The Practice Private, solo practice. Private, solo practice. Independent contractor arrangement with a guaranteed income for the first three months. Practice is supported by a practice nurse and administration staff and is fully computerized with Best Practice software.
The Package
  • Renumeration: 60% + $120 per hour for 3 months as a safety net this offer is for a full VR GP. 55% + $80 per hour for 3 months as a safety net. This offer is for a full-time Non VR GP on level 3. Salary $300K p/a on 70% of billings. No superannuation. Fully bulk billing practice.
  • Other details: $10,000 relocation package for a VR GP.
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Inner Regional

Inner regional towns are those which are designated as Remoteness Area two (RA2) under the Australian Standard Geographical Classification – Remoteness Areas system (ASGC-RA). These towns are located approximately 50-100km from the Perth centre, in North, South or East locations. 

Towns in these areas are generally semi-rural, with larger properties available, and agricultural industries still operating. Most are thriving communities that attract day trippers, due to their close proximity to Perth and many are developing flourishing tourism industries, such as wine and food, to attract visitors. Populations in these towns can range from smaller communities of around 2,000 people to larger centres of 5,500 people.