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Caloundra – Vr Gp | State Of Art Facility | Flexible Work

Ochre Health - Caloundra, QLD

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JOB DESCRIPTION

The Opportunity

We are currently seeking experienced, vocationally registered General Practitioners to work at our newly built Health Hub Caloundra on the stunning Sunshine Coast.

Located on a corner site within the busy Caloundra CBD precinct, it is purpose-built for Caloundra’s rapidly growing population. With capacity for up to 20 GPs, the practice offers a wide range of allied health services within the clinic, supported by CDM trained nurses. The new facilities also feature an extensive treatment room area and a number of procedure rooms to allow a broader scope of patient services, such as skin work and minor surgical procedures.

In addition, the Health Hub also hosts other associated healthcare providers including a pharmacy, dentist and radiology. This model allows closer collaboration across the multi-disciplinary clinical team to deliver truly integrated patient care and improve patient health outcomes.

Benefits

  • Open and flexible contracts
  • State of Art facility equipped with the latest technology
  • Comprehensive clinical protocols and internal supply network for all necessary PPE and other equipment
  • Flexible work arrangements with optional remote telehealth component
  • Attractive remuneration
  • A commitment to education & training
  • Full clinical autonomy
  • Excellent nursing and administrative support

The Location

The Sunshine Coast region is the jewel in Queensland’s tourism crown, with approximately 300,000 international visitors annually – to say nothing of the droves of Australians who visit for some down-time by the beach or just to thaw out during the winter months.

Caloundra is the southernmost town on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Supported by a lively tourism industry, Caloundra is full of locations promising fun in the sun.

  • Golden Beach is a popular spot for swimming, windsurfing, boating and fishing.
  • Kings Beach is the main beach in Caloundra. It is patrolled all year, has a waterside saltwater pool, a children’s play area, and is ideal for families.
  • Bulcock Beach is a trendy spot, with boardwalks, piers, cafés and restaurants all close to the beach, perfect for anyone looking to spend a whole day relaxing by the sea.

The town has several heritage-listed sites that highlight Caloundra’s coastal, holiday setting, including the Caloundra Lighthouses, the Tripcony Hibiscus Caravan Park, and the Kings Beach Bathing Pavilion.

Visitors and locals can enjoy a walk or a bike ride along the Caloundra Coastal Path, a 25km track between Caloundra and Kawana, that accesses historic sites, lookouts and nature reserves, as well as cafes and shops. Caloundra also has a great weekend market featuring fresh local produce such as seafood, fruit and veg, and deli foods. Just 90kms north of Brisbane, Caloundra is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a relaxed holiday-town atmosphere, without being too far from the big city.

Requirements

  • Vocational Registration with AHPRA
  • Proficient with common general practice conditions
  • Previous experience as a General Practitioner