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The Organisation: Rural Workforce Agency Norther Territory (RWA NT) are partnering with Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation to find a General Practitioner to join their well-established passionate team in their Tennant Creek Health Centre. Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation’s mission and vision, is to be a provider of high quality primary health care services focusing on prevention and treatment in a culturally responsive way and to empower individuals to take more responsibility for their own health, and to be a key player in successfully “closing the gap” in the health status of Aboriginal persons in the Barkly region. Clinical treatments are based on the CARPA Standard Treatment and the Women’s Business Manual.
The successful general practitioner will be responsible for providing medical care for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people at the Health Centre in Tennant Creek. This is including the day to day provision of clinical care, as well as supporting diagnosis and management of clients with chronic disease in collaboration with nurses and Aboriginal health practitioners. The primary health care approach includes prevention, advice, public health, education, promotion, research, evaluation and community development, as well as primary care delivered in an empowering, multi-disciplinary way that helps people to help themselves.
Tennant Creek at its golden heart, is the Barkly. Located 989km from Darwin and 500kms from Alice Springs, with a population of 2,991. Rich in history and culture, Tennant Creek has large cattle stations, wayside inns, historic stock routes and gold mining history, as well as the amazing Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles to marvel. The traditional owners of the land are the Warumungu people, and their stories are showcased in Nyinkka Nyunyu cultural centre. Temperatures range is from 24 to 40 degrees, with the minimum being from 12 to 25 degrees in winter.
Key Responsibilities, but not limited to:
To be considered for this opportunity, you must meet the below essential criteria:
What's In It For You?
Applications close 23/8/2019
Are you inspired to deliver your best healthcare and see the difference you make? Please Apply Now!
Want to know more about this exciting opportunity?
Please contact Barbara on 08 8982 1010
Photo: A mine at dusk at Tenant Creek at Battery Hill
Mandatory Credit: Tourism NT/ Karl-Heinz Herzog
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