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GENERAL PRACTITIONER


GENERAL PRACTITIONER

 

HANDBURY MEDICAL SUITES:

WRAD has a vacancy for a full-time General Practitioner to work at our AGPAL accredited bulk billing General Practice in Warrnambool, South West Victoria

POSITION: Full-time General Practitioner – 10 sessions per week

ROLE: To provide clinical care to patients presenting at the Handbury Medical suites. The practice provides a mixture of general practice presentations.

QUALIFICATIONS: MBBS
Current registration with APHRA
Current vocational registration required.
FRACGP and/or FACRRM

EMPLOYMENT SUITABILITY CHECKS REQUIRED INCLUDE:
Victorian Working with Children Checks (WWC)
National Police Checks
International Police Checks

DRIVERS LICENCE: Current Victorian Licence is required.

CONTRACT: 2 year Contract available with an opportunity to negotiate beyond this period by mutual negotiation.
Generous remuneration or a percentage of Medicare benefits is negotiable.
Salary packaging and superannuation is provided

FURTHER INFORMATION:
Contact Geoff Soma, Director of WRAD on 1300 009 723

Job Description available from WRAD ph: 1300 009 723 or email a request to wrad@wrad.org.au




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