General Practitioners

Full time, Part time (negotiable)

Nowra

Applications Open

  • Competitive % mixed billings plus generous salary packaging due to charitable organisation status
  • Beautiful location two hours from Sydney
  • Teaching, research opportunities – accredited GP Registrar training practice, co-located with University of Wollongong Graduate School of Medicine

GPH Centre - Nowra is looking for VR General Practitioners to work in our state-of-the-art facility. The practice has 15 spacious consulting rooms, two nurses rooms, two 2 bed treatment bays and a gym.

Overlooking the golf course on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River, country values meet city sophistication with boutique villages and wineries on your doorstep.

On site services include exercise physiology, clinical psychology, mental health nursing and dietetics to complement the care provided by general practitioners and nurses.

GPH Centre - Nowra offers GPs an exceptional opportunity to become involved in an innovative model of general practice, providing high quality care.  Clinicians work in a supportive environment based on a commitment to caring for patients and their broader clinical needs.  Multidisciplinary case conferencing is an important part of this model along with teaching and research with medical students from the University Of Wollongong Graduate School of Medicine forming part of the team.

We require you to have full Australian Medical Registration with AHPRA and FRACGP and to be eligible to apply for Medicare Provider Number in a non-DWS area.  You will have a commitment to quality care, innovation, professional development, teaching and teamwork and excellent interpersonal and communication skills across all ages and social groups.

GPs with an active interest in teaching and training will be highly regarded.

Work opportunities include full time or part time options.

For further information contact Dr Richard Griffiths on (02) 4448 2255 | E: rgriffiths@gph.org.au or Neil Arnold, HR Manager on (02) 4220 7636 | E: narnold@gph.org.au

To apply for the full time position or express your interest in other opportunities click the Apply Now link below.  

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1. Read the position description

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