Monthly Archives: July 2017
28th July 2017 | GP News
What types of GP practice are there in Australia? When considering relocating to Australia to work as a GP, many GPs come to us asking: What types of GP practice are there in Australia? The answer is, there are several different types of GP practices in Australia. It is important to know what type of surgery suits you best in order to find the right GP job for you. Traditional GP Practice Typically made up of one or a small group of physicians. If you prefer a slightly slower pace of...
27th July 2017 | Uncategorized
We’ve added some new jobs today. They’re in the Rockingham / Bunbury / Bussleton areas. Perth15 Here’s a picture to wet your appetite to live in the area: Bussleton Pier: The jetty is 1841 metres long – over a mile – and is the longest wooden pier in the world. Built to take timber from the inland areas out to deep water in the 1860’s. It has a railway running out to the end
“2,000 GPs to be recruited from overseas for the UK” How does it compare with Australia’s experience?
24th July 2017 | GP News
The NHS has revised its plans for overseas recruitment of GPs and is now going to be looking for 2,000 GPs from overseas to come to the UK. In a recent interview with Simon Stevens, the head of the NHS, he said that the NHS would need to quadruple their original target of 500. It looks like they will be expanding the countries they’ll be recruiting from too. As well as looking for doctors within the EU, Mr Stevens mentioned Australia and New Zealand as targets The plan is all part of the...
12th July 2017 | Why Australia?
There are many reasons why general practice in Australia is a better experience than working as a GP in the UK. As a GP in Australia, the benefits are huge, but not just financially. With the NHS coming under increasing strain, there is no better time to consider a job as a GP in Australia. Working as a GP in Australia – the workload As a GP in Australia, you’re in control of your workload. There is no “10 minute appointment” rule – GPs see patients on a next come /...