General Practitioner (VR) | (PMY93)

General Practitioner (VR) | (PMY93)

21 Sep
Gorilla Jobs

21 Sep

Gorilla Jobs


Job Description

- Departed GP + High patient demand

- 70-75% of billings or $150/hr initial guarantee

- Private billing options available

General Practitioner (VR) required for doctor-owned practice based in the North of Canberra.

On offer:

- Opportunity to join a well-established doctor-owned practice

- 70-75% of billings or $150/hr initial guarantee (3 months)

- Current doctors are billing $2,000 – $2,700 /day

- Private billing options at the doctor’s discretion 

- High patient demand

- Still booked out appointments

- Full nursing support to reduce admin time

- Non-restrictive agreement

- Superb facility 

- Flexible working arrangements

- P/T and F/T positions are available 


- Vocational Registration (FRACGP | FACRRM or equivalent)

- No restrictions in terms of DPA or DWS

- Minor procedural work is highly desirable

Practice Overview:

- 4+ Doctor strong practice

- Well established patient base with a wide demographic

- Purpose-built centre with fully equipped rooms

- Allied Health include: Physiotherapists, Psychologist and Pathology

- Professional nursing support: Care-Plans, Immunisations, Procedures

- Located in one of the busiest and fastest-growing suburbs in ACT

- The centre is ideally located close to public transport and local amenities for maximum exposure

- Uses Best Practice plus training if required

The original job offer can be found in Kit Job:

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