Nunyara is looking to attract the services of a full-time general practitioner to join our team of Aboriginal Health Practitioners & Workers, other General Practitioners, Nurses, Allied Health professionals and visiting specialists.
The General Practitioner position would require the incumbent to work from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and ideally provide hospital inpatient services to Nunyara clients. Whyalla Hospital is located 10 – 15 minutes from Nunyara’s premises and provides an Emergency Department, General Medical/ Surgical facilities, OBS/Gynae, Chemotherapy, cancer support, palliative care, renal dialysis, orthotics, allied health, respiratory service, EEG, Jones & Partners radiology, SA Pathology, Covid-19 testing, and Mental Health Unit.
An attractive salary is available with the flexibility to either work as an employee of Nunyara or as a contractor under an ABN. Other benefits such as corporate vehicle and accommodation may be negotiated in consultation with the CEO and Practice Manager.
The incumbent must be vocationally registered as a GP and demonstrate a commitment working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, apply primary health care principles and health promotion services to address the health needs of the community.
Over the past 3 years Nunyara has experienced rapid growth in patient numbers and has attracted new professionals to provide additional services to our community. Nunyara now boasts a visiting Endocrinologist, Paediatrician, Loss and Grief Counsellor and Optometrist. Our clinic also regularly hosts visiting external specialists such as a Respiratory Nurse, Podiatrists, Dietician and Diabetes Educator. There are also more exciting times ahead for our service, with a proposed expansion, and a recent $1M grant awarded to a consortium of 5 Aboriginal Community Controlled Services across the Eyre Peninsula and Far West Coast.
Nunyara is proud to be an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service with a Board, CEO, Finance and Administration Staff, IT staff and also specialist health staff trained in areas such as chronic care, sexual health, ear and eye health, immunisation, and tackling smoking. We are committed to teaching and learning, recently employing 2 Trainee positions, hosting 5th year medical students from Adelaide University each year and supporting a roving Registrar through GPEX annually.