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Level 4, 348 Edward Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Clifton Community Health Services (CCHS) is a vibrant, standalone, community-based, not-for-profit, charitable, health services co-operative that operates Clifton Co-operative Private Hospital; Clifton Medical Practice; Clifton Nursing Home; Sunflower Lodge (Memory Support Unit); Nirvana Hostel; Vedette Villas; and Clifton Home and Community Care.
Being a values-based, for purpose organisation, members of their team enjoy a strong team spirit and are driven to improve the quality of life for all their stakeholders. As such, neither their people nor their patients/residents are ever treated as ‘just a number’. Whilst they must of course ensure the viability of their business, they are not commercially driven.
Practitioners are supported by highly experienced Practice Nurses and trained administration staff, ensuring accurate appointment scheduling, invoicing, and debt collection and, ultimately, best use of each GPs time. This busy, mixed-billing practice operates from a modern, purpose-built facility featuring the latest technology, diagnostic equipment, mobile device access, spacious and well-lit consulting rooms for GPs and Allied Health professionals and a dedicated, well-equipped treatment room.
Given the breadth of their services, and the region’s broad demographic, their GPs manage a variety of complex health issues, affording challenging and rewarding work. This includes provision of professional supervision to Registrars, Interns and Students, as the Medical Practice is an accredited Rural Training Clinic.
The practice is set amongst rich agricultural land in the relaxed country town of Clifton, just thirty minutes from both Toowoomba and Warwick,
Pivotal to their operations, this practice employs a team of skilled General Practitioners who play a key role not only within the organisation but within the local community, and are passionate about providing high quality, person-centered care to their patients and residents.
GPs have access to a generous remuneration package, enjoy considerable work/life balance opportunities including sociable work hours, flexibility, onsite short-term and long-term off-site rental accommodation (if required). Whilst the ideal applicant would be looking to work full-time, part-time work hours would be considered for the right person.
The organisation is governed by a skills-based Board of Directors and managed by a professional, dedicated Management Team that values the skill, knowledge and contribution of their GPs while providing quality leadership and support, and the opportunity for all team members to develop to their potential.
CPD opportunities are provided (and often funded) by the organisation, with Clinical Team support and mentoring also provided on-site by the Director of Medical Services and Clinical Governance Committee, and via regular Clinical Team Meetings and Specialist ‘Meet ‘n Greets’. Access to CDM and QIP programs, online resources such as AMH and eTG, an in-house Human Resources function and free Employee Assistance Program is also provided.
As a GP with this practice, you will not only enjoy challenging and rewarding work, be a respected and supported member of their dedicated and purpose-driven team, be well remunerated without the hassle and expense of running your own business, be afforded the time to focus on the person sitting in front of you, spend your days in a relaxing country town and enjoy significant work/life balance benefits, where you will reconnect with your vocation.
Join this practice in delivering care, compassion and choice to their patients and residents, thereby improving their, and your, quality of life!
After Hours Requirements: Yes
All General Practitioners participate in an on call roster that services the needs of the residential aged care and hospital facilities. Additional remuneration is received when on-call for the required 7 day period.
Qualifications & Experience:
General Practitioner (Fellow) Qualifications, required registrations, licences and qualifications including AHPRA Registration. As an accredited rural training clinic applicants should hold or be willing to obtain the required accreditations for the provision of GP supervisory services.
For more information on this position, please contact our team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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