General Practitioner

  • Full time GP Assistant position available at sea side resort town of Merimbula on the pristine south coast of NSW (www.sapphirecoast.com.au).
  • Popular location with a great balance of lifestyle, professional satisfaction and income.
  • Great local private and public schools.
  • Day trips to ski fields possible while living on the coast.
  • Daily short flights to Sydney and Melbourne.
  • Applicants must hold FACRRM, FRACGP or equivalent.
  • Position presently designated District of Workforce shortage.
  • Government Relocation grants may be applicable.
  • Fully accredited, computerised, non-corporate mixed billing practice established 28 years.
  • 4 full time and 3 part time GPs (enable good cover for holiday, study leave etc).
  • 2 Practice Nurses.
  • Well trained admin staff.

Post graduate (ACRRM & RACGP) and undergraduate teaching practice. Preference given to applicants having an interest in teaching.
Practice located within short walk to Pharmacies.
On site Pathology, Radiology (includes X rays, USS, Doppler, DEXA and CT scanning).
On site Audiology, allied health and visiting specialists.
New base hospital (South East Regional).
Many local outdoor activities, great restaurants and local entertainment.
A safe environment to bring up kids or for those wanting a sea change.

Contact Details: Dr Nick Theris
Email: management@merimbuladoctors.com

Flu Vaccination

 

The Flu Vaccination will be available at Main Street Medical Centre

Flu clinics are available so please call to make an appointment 02 6495 2555

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