General Practitioner: Traralgon
- : RWAV (Rural Workforce Agency - Victoria)
- : 02-Jun-2018
- : Traralgon VIC 3844
- 19 ab exemption available
- Eligible for ROMPS- A1 Rebate
- Eligible for RLRP – (for overseas trained doctors)
- Assigned Mentor – onsite VR supervision available
- Relocation & upskilling grants available (worth up to 10,000)
- Flexible work life balance
This clinic is one of the largest health service employers in Gippsland, with newly built infrastructure and continuous growth and expansion. Current doctors with diverse background connect with each other though face to face and video conferences to offer support and work collaboratively.
You will be requested to work either in a full time or part-time position. The practice has VMO rights as per doctors discretionary and no specific procedural skills are required. The practice provides comprehensive orientation and induction to the successful GP with ongoing mentoring and other benefits are also available.
- AHPRA registration- Specialist, general and limited Level 3 or Level 4.
- Australian General Practice experience.
- Eligible for the RLRP
- Engaged as a contractor
- Annual Earning of at least $150,000 or 60% of billings*depending on experience
- $100 per hour for the first 3 months or 60% of billings
- Afterhours/on-call payment 60% of billings
- Relocation grants available
- Onsite facilities/specialist support available for easy access
- Mentoring or supervision support available
- Ability to support upskilling in interested courses (upskilling grants available)
This large multidisciplinary, group practice has associated clinics across Victoria. The clinic located in Traralgon is fully accredited (AGPAL), computerized (Best Practice) and is a bulk billing practice. Currently, there are 2 doctor and 1 nurse. Exciting new Telehealth Sessions are also available to further connect doctors with patience. There are 2 doctors who are supported by the dedicated practice staff at Traralgon clinic. In this Group practice, you will have the opportunity to easily access other clinic staff to discuss patient care and utilise facilities available.
There are a total of 2 consulting and treatments rooms. The treatment rooms are utilized for specialists and allied health services such as podiatry, dietetics, physio, exercise, physiology, Psychology, counseling, District Nursing, Palliative Care, Drug Treatment Services and more. There are also diabetes educator, respiratory nurse and continence nurses who visit.
The practice hours are Monday– Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm except for Wednesday 9 am to 8:30 pm. Saturday and Sunday the Practice will be closed.
Traralgon is located east of Morwell and is the largest city in the Latrobe Valley, which is home to most of Victoria’s power generation facilities.
The city’s large commercial center includes the Stockland Traralgon Shopping Centre, South Side Central which incorporates the major regional railway station, and shops which line the attractive streets of Franklin Street, Seymour Street, and Hotham Street. The landmark building in the town center is the elegant and towering post office building, which dates back to 1887.
Wide tree-lined streets, attractive gardens, and a thriving commercial center are characteristics of the Traralgon of today.
A short drive south of the town is the Loy Yang Power Complex and open-cut coal mine. The Hyland Highway passes right through the complex and a couple of visitor lookouts are provided to marvel at the massive scale of coal mining and electricity generation. The power station’s two chimneys are 260 meters high – roughly the same height as Melbourne’s Rialto Towers.
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This extensive and diverse geographical area is renowned for its natural beauty where you can enjoy spectacular coastline, picturesque rivers and lakes, forests and snowfields.
The region stretches from Melbourne’s eastern outskirts to Victoria’s far east. Drive the Great Alpine Way to the Ninety Mile Beach, the vast Gippsland Lakes, and relaxed coastal towns.
Bushwalk, camp, kayak, snorkel and fish along the unspoilt beaches of Croajingolong National Park and Wilsons Promontory, then discover Aboriginal history and gourmet delights.
- Population 255,718
- Strzelecki Ranges
- Wilsons Promontory National Park
- Major towns: Bairnsdale, Inverloch, Wonthaggi, Yarram
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