BRIS10 |GP| Logan, south of Brisbane

Reference: BRIS10

Location: Logan central, south of Brisbane

Length of position: 2 years or longer by preference

Consultant email: [email protected]



Our client runs a number of GP clinics across Melbourne and they are looking for a female GP to join them at their clinic near to Logan, about 30 km south of Brisbane CBD (Central Business District).

On offer is a good percentage of billings and a guarantee for the first 3 months.

There is an Aussie website called homely.com.au with reviews of local areas.

This is for Loganholme itself: https://www.homely.com.au/cranbourne-casey-melbourne-greater-victoria

And these are summaries for the nearby suburbs

Redland Bay

Lota

The rota will most likely include an element of after hours as well as daytime:

This job is in a DWS area, which means that once you have RACGP registration, you can work here without restriction. See this link for more information:http://www.gpjobsinaustralia.co.uk/dws-district-workforce-shortage/

There is more information here on living on the Gold Coast:

Wikipedia

Gold Coast Tourist

Who can apply for this post?

To apply for this post, you must have had GP training in the UK,  Ireland or NZ. For the UK you should hold full GMC and specialist GP registration. Plus, you must be a MRCGP and have either a CCT or hold the old JCPTGP certificate or were assessed by PMETB as equivalent. For Ireland you must have full IMC registration and be a Graduate of ICGP holding MICGP membership. If you’re from New Zealand, you should hold a Fellowship with The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (FRNZCGP). You can find more information here: Australian registration information for GPs

Interested?

If you would like more information on these jobs, please email or telephone us on +44(0)1483 763102 for further information. All enquiries are free and in confidence.

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