General Practitioner - Endeavour Health Service - Nhulunbuy

  • Be an integral part of the Nhulunbuy community
  • Live and work in the remote coastal region of East Arnhem Land
  • Full and part time positions available

The Practice

FCD Health is a not for profit organisation founded by Flinders and Charles Darwin Universities with a vision of increasing the health workforce capacity in the Northern Territory and improving the health of Territorians. Endeavor Health Service, through FCD Health is the only private general practice in the community of Nhulunbuy and as such plays a huge role in the health and wellbeing of the people of Nhulunbuy.

The Role

Endeavour Medical are seeking a general practitioner with either specialist or general registration to work standard hours, Monday to Friday at their busy clinic in Gove town centre.

For a confidential discussion about this excellent opportunity, contact our recruitment and retention team:

t 08 8982 1010


Applicants are required to provide a current CV and contact details for at least two referees.

Essential Criteria

  • medical practitioner’s specialist or general GP registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • verified medical degree(s).


Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) offers 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. For further information regarding these opportunities, contact a NT PHN Senior Recruitment Coordinator.


Nhulunbuy is located in north east Arnhem Land where the Gulf of Carpentaria meets the Arafura Sea. The climate in Arnhem Land is tropical, with two distinct seasons: the wet and the dry. The area is great for fishing and it is argued that this area offers some of the best fishing and oldest Aboriginal rock art in the world. Nhulunbuy is the central hub of the region and is well facilitated with amenities such as schools, a supermarket, markets and a variety of recreational activities and sports clubs. The main town was purpose built in the 1960s for the mining industry and has a population of just under 4000, however the Yolgnu Aboriginal people, one of the largest Indigenous groups in Australia, have lived in the region for at least 40,000 years. The Yolngu people are famous for their bark paintings and traditional Aboriginal culture.

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