AMA Recruit   

Medical recruitment by the profession for the profession

AMA Recruit is owned and operated by the AMA (WA), a not- for- profit member organisation, representing the medical profession and promoting the health interests of Western Australia.

AMA Recruit has been providing recruitment services for over 30 years. Our team of highly experienced professionals provide a values based approach coupled with impeccable customer service.

  • Our services include:

  • Matching suitable opportunities for qualified General Practitioners across Australia, including a comprehensive support service during the job search and commencement process
  • Sourcing experienced Medical Administration staff who play a vital role in any medical practice, including: Medical Receptionists, Medical Secretaries, and Practice Managers

Under the Common Use Arrangement (CUA) for Human Resources and Investigation Services, AMA Recruit has been supporting public sector workforce development by delivering successful, cost effective recruitment and human resource consultancy services to various Western Australian Government Departments since 2010.

LATEST NEWS

  • The AMA (WA)’s award-winning adolescent health program14 Oct 2019 The AMA (WA)’s award-winning adolescent health program, Dr YES, aims to make sure our young people have both the understanding of how they can prepare for challenges that they may face as a youth and that they have the tools to do so. The Dr YES team recently opened up a discussion on a very relevant topic that many people feel a little uncomfortable discussing - pornography.
  • What does the AMA do for GPs? | AMA WA14 Oct 2019 Getting the balance right for AMA members can be tricky – the interests of GPs and specialists sometimes do not always align precisely.
  • The AMA (WA)’s award-winning adolescent health program14 Oct 2019 The AMA (WA)’s award-winning adolescent health program, Dr YES, aims to make sure our young people have both the understanding of how they can prepare for challenges that they may face as a youth and that they have the tools to do so. The Dr YES team recently opened up a discussion on a very relevant topic that many people feel a little uncomfortable discussing - pornography.
  • The importance of General Practice – A medical student’s perspective | AMA WA11 Oct 2019 Being one of the two medical school representatives at an AMA (WA) Council meeting is a daunting task.
  • It’s about more than the money | AMA WA11 Oct 2019 Wellbeing is an issue that is raised regularly because whilst improvements have been made across the board in supporting DiTs, with hot and cold debriefs and wellbeing programs, there is still room to improve.
  • Free CPR for GP Members11 Oct 2019 Australian Medical Association (WA) Perth, WA, Australia
  • Curtin Association of Medical Students - CAMS11 Oct 2019 Thank you everyone for coming along to our recent RU OK? Day Breakfast! Special thanks to Australian Medical Association (WA) and MIGA for sponsoring the event.
  • Health Watch | AMA WA09 Oct 2019 The mandatory reporting of all mental health patients waiting in WA’s emergency departments for more than 24 hours commenced in July.
  • WA doctors demand changes to dying laws to protect patients07 Oct 2019 WA doctors are demanding changes to draft euthanasia laws to bring its safeguards into line with those contained in Victoria's legislation.
  • 90 codeine tablets a day: a tough pill to swallow02 Oct 2019 Dr Simon Torvaldsen tells Russell and Nadia about a man he met who had been taking 90 codeine pills every day, until the drug became prescription-only and he realised he had developed an addiction.
  • GP Breakfast Roundtable – the MBS re-examined30 Sep 2019 The State Reception Centre · Perth, WA, Australia
  • Almost half young adults now overweight or obese, new ABS data shows30 Sep 2019 Australia's obesity problem is escalating, with new data showing almost half of young adults aged 18-24 are overweight or obese.
  • 'If your only choice is euthanasia, it's not much of a choice': The case for better palliative care25 Sep 2019 Debate on WA's voluntary assisted dying laws shine a light on the desperate need for better palliative care, particularly in regional areas.
  • WCommon Risks in Medical Practice23 Sep 2019 Australian Medical Association (WA) · Perth, WA, Australia
  • FOX Footy18 Sep 2019 An incredibly raw and powerful speech by Wayne Schwass on Spud and mental health