GP Locum - Sunrise Health Service - Katherine

  • $1300 per day
  • 15 Oct 2018 - ongoing availability

The Position

Sunrise Health Service currently have a long term GP Vacancy with various dates available. Seeking experienced specialist general practitioner locums, offering opportunities to work across a number of Sunrise Health Clinics. Currently working across the clinic are 6 remote area nurses, one practice manager and one Aboriginal health. Below are the various clinics you could be working across in this fantastic opportunity.

  • Manyallaluk 
  • Barunga
  • Wugularr
  • Bulman
  • Mataranka 
  • Jilkminggan
  • Minyerri
  • Ngukurr
  • Urapunga


12 October 2018 – with ongoing dates available.


Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm. Locum is not required to work weekends and public holidays or provide on-call services. Flying out from Katherine on every Monday and returning every Thursday. Office day on Friday. 

Transport and Accommodation

All transport from the nearest major airport to and from your location is arranged by NT PHN. A self contained house and vehicle will be provided by the health service. Locum will be required to hold a manual drivers licence.

About the Clinic

Patient record system: This clinic uses Communicare. Orientation to a clinical system will be provided if required.

Eligibility to Apply

Must have current non-restricted registration by the Australian Health Practitioner Agency (AHPRA) and fellowship of RACGP or ACRRM, or vocational registration.

For a confidential discussion about this excellent opportunity, contact Lauren Golotta, Locum Coordinator:

08 8982 1011


Ngukurr, also known as Roper River, is a remote Aboriginal community built alongside Roper River in southern Arnhem Land. The township of Ngukurr is situated 650km south east of Darwin via Katherine, which is the closest regional centre, 320km away. Ngukurr has a population of approximately 1056 people, with 92% Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In the community, there is a community store, primary school, motel, council office, arts centre and police station. Recreational facilities include a swimming pool, sports oval and women’s centre. Ngukurr is a dry community and alcohol must not be brought into, possessed or consumed within the community boundaries.