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General Practitioner - Maryborough (DPA/MMM3)

General Practitioner - Maryborough (DPA/MMM3)

  • 12-7-24
  • QLD
  • Permanent
  • Up to 70% of billings + initial hourly income guarantee
  • DPA/MMM3 Visa sponsorship including permanent residency
  • Beautiful region town close to beautiful Hervey Bay
Are you looking for DPA  GP Jobs in Qld? This high quality, well established medical centre is looking for an experienced General Practitioner to join their team. Gen Reg doctors are encouraged to apply due to the area now being DPA and MMM3.  

The Practice

Our client is looking for a General Practitioner to meet growing patient demand. The practice services the local Fraser Coast community.
  • 2.5 GP's with 5 modern consult rooms
  • Busy patient base
  • Well-equipped treatment room
  • Committed Registered Nurse support
  • Booked appointments
  • Pharmacy, Imaging, Pathology nearby
  • Independently owned
The location 
  • Regional city
  • Great schooling options
  • 255km North of Brisbane
  • DPA/MMM3 location - Eligible location for FSP/PEP, RGTS and PFP
  • Visa sponsorship including permanent residency

is a city and a suburb in the Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. It is located on the Mary River in Queensland, Australia, approximately 255 kilometres (160 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. The city is served by the Bruce Highway.

It is closely tied to its neighbour city Hervey Bay which is approximately 30 kilometres (20 mi) northeast. Together they form part of the area known as the Fraser Coast. As of June 2015 Maryborough had an estimated urban population of 27,846  

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This position will suit: VR GP's looking to work in a beautiful historic regional town and have the Fraser Coast at your fingertips. This would also suit Gen Reg/Non VR doctors wanting to get on a training pathway.  

For a confidential discussion and to book a time to visit the practice, please call:

Brad Bilinsky
0428 392 777
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For more on this role, please call or email to Brad Bilinsky