VIC1 | GP | Hamilton, west Victoria

Reference: VIC1

Location: Hamilton

Length of position: 2 years preferred but open to discuss

Consultant email: [email protected]

Our client in western Victoria is looking for a UK, Irish or New Zealand trained GP to join them.

On offer is a partnership in a busy, well established practice. You’ll take over an existing patient base.

The location is Hamilton, a large town of 10,000 people about 3 1/2 hours west of Melbourne.

Located within 30-minute drive from Grampians National Park and about an hour from the coast (Port Fairy and Portland and plenty of beaches in between),  you can inhale the clean air and be dazzled by the diverse natural attractions.

Hamilton is also the home to some of the most prestigious schools with top VCE results in Victoria.

Affordable housing prices make Hamilton a perfect family friendly hub.

You will be supported by full-time nurses and administrative staff to grow a busy and loyal patient base.

Essential criteria

  • Able to gain full RACGP registration (see note below)

The offer

  • Partnership
  • % of billing based on experience
  • Sponsorship can be arranged for the right candidate
  • Well-established patient base
  • Excellent support and friendly work culture

This is an opportunity to de-clutter your mind and reward your soul while earning a high income.

This is a bulk billing DWS  (District of Workforce Shortage) practice close in a beautiful coastal town north of Perth. Expect earnings in excess of $250,000. More information here:

Here is some more information:

Wikipedia: Hamilton

Streetadvisor /Homely

Tourist information

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


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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