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Locum General Practitioner

Bibra Lake, WA 6163

Bibra Lake, DWS Sth Perth | cover Female GP, 25/7 - 25/8/19 | supportive environment, close to freeway and wonderful patients

  • Bibra Lake, Perth 6163 | mixed billing + metro + DWS
  • cover Female GP, 25/7 - 25/8/19
  • newly refurbished practice - GP owned - Independant

*locum cover for Female GP, 25/7 - 25/8/19

LOCATION

BIBRA LAKE WA 6163
The practice is in a local shopping centre (with IGA), 7 mins drive to Fiona Stanley, 20 mins to Perth CBD & 20 mins to Fremantle

THE OPPORTUNITY

  • independent GP owned, 4 GP practice
  • team includes: practice nurse, onsite pathology, hearing clinics
  • demographic is young families, nearby retirement village, working class, elderly patients, there is significant demand for chronic disease management
  • mixed billing, up to 40% of billing is private
  • earn 65% of gross billings 
  • AGPAL accreditation
  • the practice is in a modern building, located in local shopping centre, close to primary schools
  • Best Practice software
  • open: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Saturday 8am-12 noon
  • you’ll ideally be available to work during: Mon-Fri 8 am - 6 pm *flexibility in these hours is certainly available
  • parking available
REQUIREMENTS
FRACGP or FACRRM

AMA RECRUIT

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HOW TO APPLY
Contact me for a discussion on this role or similar, on 0439 361 218, dave.bell@amawa.com.au, or use the apply now tab below

*the practice sees patients from surrounding suburbs including Bibra Lake, Hamilton Hill, North Lake, Leeming, Spearwood, Jandakot, Munster, Yangebup, South Lake, Willagee and Cockburn.

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Type: locum
Category: General Practice,Women's Health,Skin Cancer Medicine
Reference ID: 2260796
Date Posted: 05/05/2019

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