Medical Administration Roles

Our approach to finding you the right person is people focussed, recognising the importance of getting the right fit to ensure the right person to stay in your practice for the long term, helping your team provide excellent continuity of care to the community.

Through our position in the health sector, and our historical and ongoing proactive networking activities, we offer access to a unique talent pool of experienced Medical Administrators, Medical Receptionists, Medical Secretaries, and Practice Managers.

We source and select candidates with experience in Specialist Practices, and General Practices, and with a broad range of skills, including in various Medical Practice software including Genie, Medical Director, and Best Practice.

For an initial general enquiry please contact us on: Submit Vacancy , or phone on 08 9273 3033.

We find that being involved in the planning process helps us to be able to take away the pain of recruiting for your practice. There are too many jobs advertised todaywith broad generic information. We will work with you to find what you value in a new team member, and what will make them succeed.

LATEST NEWS

  • AMA Members Acknowledged with Australian of the Year and Australia Day Honours25 Jan 2020 The AMA and the medical profession today pay tribute to two outstanding doctors – Dr James Muecke AM and Professor John Newnham AM – who have been named Australian of the Year 2020 and Senior Australian of the Year 2020 respectively.South Australian Dr Muecke has spent his medical career fightin...
  • Patients forced to sit in ambulances because emergency departments are full21 Jan 2020 The controversial practice known as ramping is on the rise, with patients left in the back of an ambulances because the emergency department is full, as the nation's hospitals buckle under the strain of an average 23,000 presentations each day.
  • 9 News Perth09 Jan 2020 Authorities are again bracing for more potential measles outbreaks in Perth.
  • Perkins researcher develops tool to target the right vein, the first time | AMA WA07 Jan 2020 Cannulas can be difficult to place successfully in certain patient groups, in particular obese patients, with some patients requiring up to five or more attempts.
  • Southern Calling | AMA WA05 Jan 2020 For our final rural trip of 2019, a group of 24 Dr YES volunteers embarked on a five-day visit to our State’s beautiful South West region. While any chance to get out of Perth and head down south is never …
  • Understanding need and improved support for rural registrars | AMA WA02 Jan 2020 This year Western Australian General Practice Education and Training (WAGPET) focused its efforts on understanding community need and better supporting our registrars to provide safe, quality care to those living in more remote places across WA. Our community-driven efforts …
  • Doctor wellbeing dominates conference | AMA WA02 Jan 2020 Dr Ahmed Kazmi is a doctor based in Western Australia. He is also based in London. He is also a comedian and cabaret artist who uses health as the foundation for his performances including at some of the world’s most …
  • Health Dept. on Notice | AMA WA30 Dec 2019 At the end of 2018, the Australian Medical Association (WA) was looking forward to what should have been a formative year in terms of our industrial advocacy and support for members. Registered industrial agreements – covering more than 5,000 doctors …
  • A Wild Ride | AMA WA26 Dec 2019 The past year in health is best described as a rollercoaster of a year, with some incredible highs, some screaming corners, unexpected twists, dips, loops and turns – even a change in driver at the Australian Medical Association (WA). For …
  • Thanks to all health workers over Christmas | AMA WA23 Dec 2019 The AMA (WA) is the largest independent professional organisation for medical practitioners and medical students in the State.
  • AMA (WA) Evolution – what inspires you for 2020? | AMA WA23 Dec 2019 As we undertake the next steps of renewal at the Australian Medical Association (WA) in the coming months, the Board and I will look to you, our members, our Council and the wider profession as well as staff for advice and guidance.
  • Christmas Kindness on the Wards | AMA WA22 Dec 2019 These are all things that are easily endured, however, when we remember the patients that got us into medicine in the first place.
  • The key ingredients for revitalising General Practice | AMA WA 20 Dec 2019 Traditionally, December is the time when we reflect on the achievements of the year – the highs and sometimes, the lows.
  • WA hospitals will no longer report ambulance ramping hours19 Dec 2019 Most WA hospitals will no longer report the number of hours emergency patients wait in ambulances before admission, meaning a key measure of health system performance will be kept from public scrutiny.
  • What's a safe amount of alcohol? Less than we thought, as rules revised15 Dec 2019  In the first update in 10 years, health authorities revise down what they say is a safe level of alcohol intake.