Are you a General Practitioner currently living in the United Kingdom or Ireland? Meet with us from 14 October 2017 to 21 October 2017!
Our experienced Recruitment team are travelling to England and Ireland during October, and will be available for a one-on-one meeting to talk about your career opportunities in Australia. Contact us to make an appointment or for more information.
From 16/10/2017 to 20/10/2017
Locum GP (G-1032)
Aboriginal Medical Service. Monday to Friday. No hospital, on call or home visits. Frail aged care visits required.
Aboriginal Medical Service delivering primary and preventative health services to Halls Creek and surrounding communities.
Police Clearance required.
$6,000 per week plus GST Hospital billings: N/A
The Kimberley is located in the north-west region of Western Australia. It covers an area of 421,451 square kilometres, an area three times the size of England, but is home to only 35,748 people. A relatively high proportion of the residents are Aboriginal Australians. The population swells seasonally with an influx of tourists and a mobile working population.
The major towns of the Kimberley include Broome and Derby on the west coast, with Kununurra and Wyndham in the east. Within this vast landscape there is a huge diversity of scenery to be explored and adventures to be experienced. Broome enjoys a laid-back tropical ambience whilst the ranges of the East Kimberley showcase the awe-inspiring grandeur and beauty that nature has created. Venturing into this land imparts a unique sense of connection with an ancient and unspoiled part of Australia. Travels across the Kimberley will yield tropical beaches, rugged ranges, spectacular gorges, waterfalls, caves, pockets of lush rainforest and an astounding variety of wildlife.
The region has a thriving economy, based on both tourism and the richness of its natural resources. It enjoys regular commercial flights from Perth and interstate capital cities. The Kimberley has a tropical summer and dry winter and this diverse climate changes the landscape from season to season.
There are approximately 70 general practitioners including GP registrars in the region, nine in private practice, 33 in Aboriginal Medical Services, two in the Royal Flying Doctor Service and 26 hospital based general practitioners.