- 6th – 20th April 2018 & 21st May – 1st June 2018
- $1200 per day
- Travel and accommodation provided
Located 954 km south-east of Darwin and 380 km from the Stuart Highway, this Indigenous community is a smaller settlement in the Gulf of Carpentaria. It is a relaxed and friendly remote fishing community which attracts 1000’s of visitors each year. It is a fully serviced town and as the region’s popularity as a tourist destination grows, more and more visitors use it as a base for fishing expeditions further into the region. The area is area is extremely interesting with national parks, thermal pools and a heritage trail where you can experience the Indigenous culture.
You will be working alongside a female GP who has extensive experience in Indigenous Health. This is the perfect opportunity to gain AMS experience in a remote role. Support is provided by an experienced practice manager, nurses, Indigenous health professions and allied health workers. The practice is open Monday - Friday from 8am – 5pm with no on-call or weekends required. The software used is picus and training can be provided on this. Self-contained accommodation will be provided in the town.
- FRACGP or equivalent (non VR with relevant experience may be considered)
- Registration with AHPRA
- Current emergency medicine certificate (ALS, REST etc.)
- Current NT WWCC (Ochre card) and police clearance