General Practitioner - Queensland

Health Workforce Queensland
Queensland (AU)
Closing date
30 Jun 2023

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General Practitioner - Queensland  

Did you know Queensland has over 300 sunny days a year and a landscape ranging from lush  rainforests to stunning beaches, Queensland offers an incredible quality of life. 

Health Workforce Queensland will provide you: 

• Expert advisors in AHPRA registration / RACGP or ACRRM recognition and national health  legislation for general practice
• VISA Referral service
• Job matching – the right fit is one of our primary focuses when we work with you regarding  your placement
• 360 Not for Profit recruitment services
• Domestic Relocation support

Imagine weekends spent exploring the Great Barrier Reef, outback Queensland, hiking through  national parks, or surfing at some of the world's best beaches. With reasonably priced housing and a  lower cost of living compared to the UK, you can truly enjoy everything Queensland has to offer. 

Make a significant and meaningful difference to people’s lives, and enjoy living and working in sunny  Queensland, as a General Practitioner. 

• Cardwell- Cardwell lies in the heart of the Great Green Way driving route and is the gateway  to Hinchinbrook Island - the largest Island National Park in Australia. Made up of a diverse  range of landscapes, Cardwell is the perfect place to relax or be adventurous. Cardwell offers  a range of attractions, site seeing, annual events and historical places to visit. This location  also offers a wide range of accommodation. Cardwell's Port Hinchinbrook provides a Marina,  public boat ramp and repairs and maintenance facilities for anglers and boaties. It is widely  acknowledged that Cardwell is ranked second to none when it comes to all-weather and all tide boating and fishing in the north. 
• Proserpine - Proserpine, a rural town 100 km north of Mackay, is a short way inland from  Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday Islands. Although it has many modern facilities (including a  hospital, schools, library, and sporting facilities), the town's Main Street is a reminder of how  life used to be – particularly the 'art deco' period evident in the shop architecture which has  been well preserved. Old-fashioned courtesies still survive in Proserpine, particularly at  many of the charming retail outlets and country-style hotels. 
• Mount Isa: Located in the rugged Outback, Mount Isa is a mining town with a rich history  and a strong sense of community. The town is surrounded by stunning landscapes, including  gorges and rivers, and offers a range of outdoor activities, from hiking to fishing. 
• Toowoomba Region and Esk, Marburg, Toogoolawah and Murgon: Located on the edge of  the Great Dividing Range, Toowoomba is known for its stunning gardens, parks, and natural  attractions. The town is also home to a thriving arts and culture scene, with regular festivals  and events.
• Kingaroy: serves a wide local area with the main industries being farming and mining. The  town is 220km from Brisbane CBD and 150km from Toowoomba. Lots of local activities with  wineries and many other facilities. Kingaroy is the main shopping town for the South Burnett  district. There are 2 private schools and a public school +/15000 people in town. Swickers is  the biggest pork factory in the southern hemisphere. 
• Gladstone: The region lies on the east coast of Queensland, Australia and is a family  orientated environment. Located 600km north of Brisbane and 100km south of  Rockhampton situated near the Tropic of Capricorn. You can expect a tropical environment  with hot summers and mild winters. Gladstone has a public Marina and surrounding  parklands which is great for families. 
• Gin Gin: Lovely country town 30 minutes from the city of Bundaberg and four ½ hour's drive  from Brisbane. In Gin Gin you can enjoy the serenity of country living while still having the  necessary facilities available such as a hospital, chemist, pathology lab, schools, shops, pubs,  restaurants and weekly markets with fresh produce, arts and crafts. The area provides  opportunities for hiking, boating, fishing, camping and only a short drive to beautiful  beaches in Bundaberg and Bargara. 
• Roma: From rigs, rumps and races to cattle, coolibahs and Carnarvon Gorge–Roma serves  up one helluva taste-test of outback life. And you’ll find it just six hours from Brisbane, just  west of the Great Dividing Range. If you find yourself 480km west of the big smoke  (Brisbane). Throughout the region there is truly spectacular ancient landscapes and unique  flora and fauna. There are eight established tourist drives, perfect for the 4WD enthusiast  looking to get off the beaten track, plus fully guided eco tours available. An array of well established walking to Roma is the largest town in the Maranoa Region and offers an array  of city-like conveniences with friendly country hospitality. There is an abundance of cafes  ideally located throughout town and dining options include fine dining restaurants, niche  cafes, contemporary pubs with and alfresco dining, plus all your traditional take-away  options. Hotels, pubs, and churches feature prominently near the centre of town. 

Choose Queensland the state of sunshine, lifestyle, and work life balance.

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