Are you a qualified GP who is passionate about making a difference in the lives of your patients and looking for a new practice to call home? This employer is seeking a highly skilled and compassionate General Practitioner (GP) to provide primary medical care to patients of all ages! The successful candidate will be responsible for diagnosing and treating a wide range of medical conditions, as well as promoting preventative health measures and providing patient education. If you are looking for your next opportunity and needing some advice on where to take your career next - get in touch with us for a confidential career chat!
About the role:
- Working collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to ensure the highest quality of care for patients
- Providing best practice comprehensive primary health care optimising uptake and income generation across the service
- Providing leadership in the safety and quality of clinical services delivered by the health team
- Working in a multidisciplinary team environment with access to visiting allied health and specialist service responsible for demonstrating leadership in clinical quality, safety and fostering a culture of organisational reflection and continuous quality improvement
- Conduct comprehensive medical assessments and physical examinations of patients
- Diagnose and treat acute and chronic illnesses, injuries, and infections
- Prescribe medications and other treatments as necessary
- Provide preventative care, including immunizations and health screenings
- Educate patients on healthy lifestyle choices and disease prevention
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date medical records
- Participate in continuing education and professional development activities
The successful candidate will have passion and the ability to provide medical skills and expertise in the delivery of culturally competent comprehensive primary health care services as a member of the multidisciplinary team, in line with the approved service model and in response to the needs of the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
- Clean and current Annual Practicing Certificate
- Minimum, MCNZ General Scope Registration
- Strong diagnostic and clinical skills with a commitment to providing high-quality patient care
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment
- Demonstrated skills in providing clinical leadership in a multidisciplinary setting
- Skills and experience in clinical teaching and health professional development
- Working knowledge of health issues affecting Māori and Pasifika communities and a commitment to improving health outcomes of the community
- Computer skills – able to work effectively with electronic client record systems
What They Offer:
- Generous salary packaging
- Professional development opportunities
- Work-life balance, variety and flexibility
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