- Excellent opportunity in Men’s health
- Experience chronic and tropical disease not seen in other locations
- Amazing historical landmarks to explore
Do you have a passion for men’s health and a desire to tackle chronic and tropical diseases rarely encountered elsewhere? Join Anyinginyi Health, where your expertise can truly make a difference!
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation (Anyinginyi) invites a dedicated male general practitioner to join their team and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of primary healthcare in the Barkly Region.
What’s the role?
As a valued member of the Anyinginyi Clinical Team, your primary responsibility will be to deliver high-quality clinical services with cultural sensitivity to male clients.
You’ll work alongside a dedicated and supportive team, allowing you to dedicate more time to your patients within modern, well-equipped treatment rooms and spacious consulting spaces, ensuring you have the tools and environment you need to excel.
Anyinginyi are passionately committed to ‘Closing the Gap’ in Aboriginal Health particularly in remote Australia. Anyinginyi offers you a chance to experience their rich culture and contribute to a movement that firmly believes “Prevention is the Solution.”
What’s in it for you?
- Generous package of up to $280,000 per annum
- Six weeks of annual leave and salary sacrifice options
- Relocation and repatriation assistance
- Subsidised accommodation for you and family
What do you need to apply?
- Medical Practitioner’s Specialist GP Registration with APHRA
- Fellow of RACGP or ACCRM
- Demonstrated previous experience delivering Primary Health Care Services, preferably within an Aboriginal community
- Accredited GP Registrar supervisor status
If you’re a compassionate and driven male general practitioner seeking an opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the healthcare landscape while experiencing unique challenges and historical landmarks, we encourage you to apply today.
NT PHN/RWA NT may be able to offer support and financial assistance to health professionals who are relocating to the NT or moving within the NT to a greater remoteness area classification for the purposes of employment and further clinical education.