Central Australian Aboriginal Congress are currently seeking an experienced solo GP Locum for their Santa Teresa Clinic located 80 km outside of Alice Springs Town Centre. This opportunity is available due to a perm GP who is part time working 3 weeks on, 3 weeks off. The Clinic is looking for a locum or perm GP to fill in the 3 weeks off. Working across this clinic is also the Practice Manager, reception, 3 registered nurses and 4 Aboriginal health workers. This clinic is based in the dry community of Santa Teresa. It is essential you have cultural safety skills, knowledge of aboriginal health and chronic disease management. The health service is operated by Ltyentye Apurte Community Government Council which is auspiced by Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC). The clinic is located centrally in the community, in a large building originally built in 1974 as a fully equipped hospital.
Famously known for Uluru, the Red Centre region of Central Australia is a desert environment with mainly dry hot summers and cool dry winters. The area draws tourist interest due to the town of Alice Springs and the impressive natural attractions in the area such as Palm Valley National Park, the West MacDonnell Ranges, the Finke Gorge and popular events such as the Camel Cup. ‘The Alice’ is the second largest town in the Territory with more than 25.000 people calling it home. The town has all the amenities one needs, with shopping malls, schools and recreational activities available.
For a confidential discussion about this excellent opportunity, contact Lauren Golotta, Locum Coordinator:
t 08 8982 1011
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Mandatory credit: David Kirkland/Tourism NT
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