- : RWAV (Rural Workforce Agency - Victoria)
- : 02-Jun-2018
- : Churchill VIC 3842
- RRMA5-Eligible for A1 rebate
- Growing practice
You will be joining a well-established, growing practice situated within a welcoming community. Working in a full-time capacity, you will be completing up to 10 sessions / week and participate in a 1-in-4 Saturday roster. There are no VMO or after-hours / on-call requirements.
The practice will provide you with a detailed orientation and induction and ongoing mentorship is available to assist you in your success. You and your family will be well-supported to settle into the community and to access schools, accommodation, community organisations, sporting and special interest groups and social opportunities.
- AHPRA General Registration
- Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
- 60% of mixed billings
- Relocation expense subsidy
- Negotiable guarantee income period
This well-established clinic has been providing trusted care and established quality medical services to the local community for over 20 years. An accredited, teaching and computerised practice currently comprising of 6 GP’s, the clinic is committed to providing comprehensive family medicine care in a modern facility by experienced and multi-skilled healthcare professionals. Doctors are supported in practice by highly experienced Administration Staff, a Practice Manager, a Chronic Disease Management Nurse and a Practice Nurse. You will have access to a treatment room where services such as minor surgery, suturing and vaccinations are performed.
Practice hours are Monday – Friday 08:00 to 17:30 and Saturday 08:30 to 13:30. There are no after-hours / on-call commitments.
The clinic has a strong emphasis on the provision of Preventative Health, Women’s and Men’s Health, Family Planning, Mental Health and Childhood Immunisations. For the community, Chronic Disease Management holds a high priority and assists patients with the best possible healthy lifestyle and disease management choices. A Physiotherapist is available in clinic and a Podiatrist is available a couple of times / week. Other Allied Health professionals are available at the local health service.
Churchill, population 5,000, is a town in the Latrobe Valley, located in Central Gippsland and was named in honour of the former British leader, Sir Winston Churchill. Surrounded by the stunning mountainous Jeeralangs, Churchill was originally a service centre for the Hazelwood Power Station and future placement for Yallourn and Morwell townships. Churchill has quite a unique landmark, that being a huge replica of Winston Churchill’s cigar (known locally as “the big cigar”). Near the base of the cigar is a commemorative brick wall built by the Rotary Club of Hazelwood. It gives the names of the first families to move into town.
The location was chosen for its pleasant location at the foot of the Strzelecki Ranges, overlooking Hazelwood Pondage. The waters of Hazelwood Pondage remain a minimum of 22 degrees, allowing a variety of water activities to take place all year round. Popular activities include sailing, power boats and waterskiing, yachting, canoeing and swimming. Because of its warm waters, Hazelwood Pondage is host to the Open Water Swimming Championships and the Latrobe City Sauna Sail. The Sauna Sail, a sailing regatta held annually in June attracts about 160 sail boats from across Victoria as well as interstate. The Traralgon Swimming Club also hosts several swimming events including the State Titles at Hazelwood Pondage. Hazelwood Pondage is the home of the Latrobe Valley Yacht Club. With an annual program of events, almost every Sunday, November through to May and every second thereafter, you will see sail boats out on the lake. A perfect setting for a family picnic or BBQ.
Visit Lake Hyland which is perfect for fishing, walking, picnics and BBQs. It features five comfortable fishing platforms with disabled access, a large picnic shelter with electric BBQs, picnic tables, toilets, fitness station, children’s playground and a walking track which encircles the lake. Lake Hyland is regularly stocked with fish, so you may catch a rainbow trout or even redfin, carp or eels.
Federation University formerly Monash University home to 2,000 on-campus students, 5,000 off-campus students and nearly 400 staff, Federation University Gippsland Campus boasts courses, facilities, resources and staff that make it a fantastic place to study and live.
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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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