GP Job: Mandarin or Cantonese speaking GP required near Bexley, NSW

Bexley, Sydney | Job ID #5002

  • 70% of billings
  • Competitive Remuneration Structure
  • Huge patient demand!!

Due to patient demand, this practice is in urgent need of an unrestricted VR GP to help reduce the sometimes-excessive patient wait times. Because the demand has become so great, 6-month locums who require DPA will be considered for this role.

GPs who speak Mandarin or Cantonese will do exceedingly well at this practice as these skills will service the needs of the patient demographic. The practice is conveniently located near a train station and large shopping centre.

About the practice

  • Owned and operated by a well-respected healthcare organisation
  • Onsite pharmacy
  • Bulk billing centre with dual street facings (front and back)
  • Close to shops, cafes and eateries
  • 300+ patients per day presenting at the clinic

About the role

  • 70% of billings
  • Full-time would be preferred but part-time may be a consideration
  • Competitive Remuneration Structure
  • 6-month locums will be considered for this role
  • Cantonese and/or Mandarin speaking GPs will be highly regarded

Exemptions available at this location

  • Suitable for GPs who do not require a 19AB exemption

Essential requirements

FRACGP and eligibility for Specialist Registration with AHPRA.

This job is not suitable for doctors with AMC part 1 and 2, or for those with General Registration.

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To hear more about this role or other similar positions, call Martina Stanley on +61 403 444 764 , quoting Job ID: 5002

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