A GP required for Cooroy
A practice in Cooroy is looking for an experienced GP who has at least two years of practicing in general practice with special interest in family medicine; skin cancer screening and management; preventative medicine and chronic disease management and pediatric health.
Cooroy is a suburb of South Eastern, Sunshine Coast, Queensland. It is about 117 kilometres from QLD's capital city of Brisbane. Cooroy has a rich heritage and the people of Cooroy community are very proud of their town. It is a lovely little town with a warm and friendly community around 4,000 people. Cooroy is close to Noosa beach, a worldwide known spectacular beach and Eumundi market, a well- known market for tourists. In Cooroy, you will find a supermarket, hotels, banks, churches, ambulance station, railway station, various clubs, lakes, mountains, wilderness walks and much more.
There are three schools in Cooroy, Cooroy State School, Noosa District State School and Noosa Christian College. There are private primary and secondary schools on the Sunshine Coast, among them is the Sunshine Coast Grammar School in Forest Glen and Unity College in Caloundra West.
In Cooroy, we offer a balance of work, family and lifestyle.
"There are not many places better than the Sunshine Coast in Queensland to be a Doctor. With the perfect balance of work, family and lifestyle. I couldn't ask for more." Dr. Ravi Bundellu
The practice is a private community focused medical centre that is committed to providing a caring, friendly atmosphere staffed by the highest quality team of professionals. We have both male and female doctors, with each of our highly-trained, experienced GPs bringing their own special areas of interest to the practice.
Our services are further extended by the range of in-house allied health professionals who work alongside our doctors in our Cooroy premises. This dedicated team is supported by our warm and knowledgeable reception, nursing and management staff. The number of our new patients is actively increasing on monthly basis on an average of 121 patients per month.