GP, Auckland | Part-time
17 February 2017 | ID: 4096
Start date: March 2017
• Working across three sites
• Well-equipped medical centres on-site
• Central Auckland location
Part time rest home GP required in Auckland. Start date is negotiable.
We are seeking a GP with experience in geriatrics/aged care, to work 20 hours per week (plus some on call) in the central Auckland area.
You will be supporting three rest homes, including one of the first established in New Zealand. Three GPs rotate around the rest homes, two of which have medical centres onsite. As one of the long standing GPs is relocating for family reasons, a new vacancy has become available.
There is some flexibility in the hours worked each day, while on call is 6pm- 8am (1:4, including weekends).
These practices are long-established and very well run, with warm and spacious working environments. They use the Medtech software package.
Salary will be in the range of $120-$130,000, which includes on call payment.
Auckland is New Zealand's largest city, there are almost 400,000 people living within the city's boundary and 1.18 million in the greater Auckland area - that's about a third of the entire country's population. The city's population is expected to grow by about 50% over the next 50 years.
Built on a narrow isthmus between two island-studded harbours, Auckland is renowned for its beauty, with 100km of coastline crammed with stunning beaches, 23 regional parks, two marine reserves and a landscape dotted with 48 volcanic cones. With all the water surrounding the region, it's no wonder Aucklander’s boast the largest boat ownership per capita in the world - that's why it's called "The City of Sails".
The city has a huge range of activities and attractions to offer visitors. You can dine at more than 800 restaurants, catch awesome views from atop the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere or from one of the city's volcanic vantage points, or take in the theatre at the world-class Aotea Centre. There's the Auckland Museum, National Maritime Museum, the historic Auckland Art Gallery, Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World, the Zoo - the list goes on.