- Excellent salary on offer
- Full or part time positions available
- Relocation assistance of $6000
- 12 month minimum contracts
- Paid Medical council and visa fees
GP Job Auckland
The practice is in a group which make up New Zealand’s largest independent healthcare group. The clinics provide high-quality, easy to access care, with affordable fees, evening and weekend hours and both walk-in and appointment bookings for patients.
The focus of the group is to improve the health and wellbeing across the community. The health network’s teams include GPs, operations managers, nurses, receptionists, clinical assistants and clinical family navigators.
The group offers contracts from 12 months through to longer term permanent agreements. Working hours including weekends are clinic opening hour dependent. There is supervision and colleagial support available in all practices and the group are experienced in employing GPs from the UK so can offer lots of practical support settling in as well as the financial package available.
Your working day will be split into two sessions with a break for lunch. Appointment times are 15 minutes allowing much more time with patients. Each practice have nursing and administration support. They have a separate team to book patient appointments so the administration staff are on hand to help with paperwork. The practices have support from mental health workers and experienced nursing staff.
The group offer a comprehensive induction package with continuing medical education and internal training so you settle well into life in New Zealand.
Auckland was rated in 2021 as the most liveable city in the world. It is a thriving multi-cultural hub of cuisine, music, art and culture.
Based around 2 large harbours, this is a large city on New Zealand’s north island. In the centre, the iconic Sky Tower has views of Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafes. Auckland Domain, the city’s oldest park, is based around an extinct volcano and home to the formal Wintergardens.