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VR GP - large female  patient demand  - DPA - 70% - Arabic language an advantage

Job Classification
General Practice / GP
Job Type
Permanent
Start timeframe
Immediately
Location
All Brisbane QLD
Posted By
HealthcareLink Support

 

 

Position Summary

  • A well established - doctor owned practice is crying out for another female GP to join the team for their loyal patient base. 
  • Located just 30 mins from Brisbane its easily accessible and close to all amenities. 
  • The clinic is well known for delivering high quality care to the patients with chronic disease.
  • 19AB exemption is available for the right candidate.
  • Arabic language skills would be advantageous.
  • 2 registered nurses support a team of and 3 FT and 2 PT GPs.
  • Initial guarantee available for first 3 months
  • 70% of gross billing.
  • We deliver quality work and have a well-structured system for chronic disease management. 
  • This purpose build clinic is very clean and modern look using advanced equipment’s. 
  • The clinic host 2 highly experienced Dermatology trained doctors who perform complex skin surgeries and do cosmetic injections.

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VR GP - large female  patient demand  - DPA - 70% - Arabic language an advantage
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