A full time or part time position has become available for a General Practitioner, in the beautiful south west location of Bridgetown. Join this friendly and welcoming general practice that aims to provide quality family orientated medicine to the local community. On offer is a competitve remuneration package in a supportive patient focussed environment. The practice is looking for a GP who is willing to make a long term commitment to the practice to ensure the continuity of care for their patients, which is the ethos of the business. They are looking for someone who fits in well with their team and will thrive on building up a strong patient base. Enquire now to join the team!
Private, group practice with admitting rights to the local hospital. Busy & friendly mixed billing practice in beautiful south west. RNs and admin team support our busy GPs in both their practice and hospital duties including on call roster.
Other Skills: Procedural skills are desirable but not essential.
On call: 1 day a week & a 1 in 5 weekend rotation.
Renumeration: 60% billings including super, (negotiable).
Leave: 4 weeks paid annual leave, 2 weeks compassionate leave, other leave on mutual agreement (ie study) etc.
Other details: On Call payments will depend on Medical Services Agreements with WACHS generally $50Kpa for A&E roster plus $50 per hour on roster, plus billings.
The South West region of Western Australia offers great diversity, with beautiful coastal environments adjacent to ancient forests.
The South West region includes the major cities of Mandurah (population 67,000), Bunbury (population 60,000) and Busselton (population 31,000), with other towns including Collie, Manjimup, Harvey, Bridgetown and the well-known wine-growing centre of Margaret River.
The region is well-serviced by doctors and specialists and includes the major health centres in Mandurah (Peel Health Campus) and Bunbury (South West Health Campus).
The South West is popular as a holiday destination with coastal town populations swelling over the summer holiday periods and the inland areas being popular camping and adventure activity destinations.