Calwell – VR GP

Calwell: DPA - Yes | MMM1


  • Practice supports private billing
  • Located in a busy shopping center
  • Huge growth opportunity

The Opportunity

Need a space, great General Practice support and patients to grow your GP practice?

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced General Practitioner to build a successful practice in Calwell with fantastic support from Ochre Health. The practice is  well-equipped, purpose-built facility boasts nine consulting rooms, a three-bay treatment room, a procedure room and on-site pathology. The practice currently opens between 8am – 5:30pm, but this can be flexible to your needs. The practice is located in a thriving shopping centre in the south of Canberra, home to large Woolworths, childcare, bakery, Bendigo Bank, News agency, Capital Chemist, Tavern bar and bistro.

Ochre Health is one of Australia’s leading General Practice organisations. Founded in 2002 by Dr Hamish Meldrum and Dr Ross Lamplugh in the NSW outback town of Bourke, Ochre is the only General Practice organisation in all MMM areas, from metro to remote Australia. Ochre now supports over 450 doctors, including 90 registrars.

The Features

  • Independent Contractor agreement with complete flexibility – Choose your days, sessions and hours with zero restrictions
  • 35% service fee with reduced service fee of 25% for after hours, residential aged care, home and hospital visits
  • The practice has a 4.7 google rating with over 100 reviews
  • DPA location
  • 2296+ active patients in a catchment area over 15,000
  • Practice supports private billing
  • Choose from one of nine consulting rooms
  • Excellent treatment room for procedures
  • Best Practice (latest version)
  • Full HotDoc suite
  • Cubiko data analytics for Doctors
  • Free marketing support for GPs
  • Highly secure IT security on the cloud
  • Remote access
  • Excellent practice support

Life in Calwell

Calwell offers a serene suburban lifestyle with a strong sense of community. Nestled in the Tuggeranong Valley, Calwell boasts spacious residential streets lined with well-established trees and gardens. Residents enjoy a peaceful ambiance while still having access to essential amenities such as schools, parks, and local shops.

The nearby Calwell Shopping Centre provides convenient shopping and dining options. Families appreciate the abundance of parks, playgrounds, and recreational facilities, making it an ideal place to raise children. With its friendly atmosphere and picturesque surroundings, Calwell offers a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life while still being within easy reach of Canberra’s urban amenities.


  • Suitable for a GP Fellow


To find out more about this opportunity contact Klara Brannstrom on 0415 502 352

Living & working in the ACT

Big city amenities ...

Australia’s capital city, Canberra boasts a number of nationally and culturally significant monuments and institutions such as the National Portrait Gallery,  Australian Institute of Sport, the University of Canberra, the Royal Australian Mint, the National GalleryParliament House, and the Australian War Memorial.


... without the big city hassle

Canberra stands alone among Australia’s cities for its lush garden-city inspired boulevards and geometric design motifs. Designed by celebrated American architects Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin, the city’s layout makes it one of Australia’s most livable places.

Known as a “twenty minute city”, Canberra’s relative lack of congestion and abundance of public transport options makes commuting a painless affair.

Educational opportunities

Canberra’s education offerings include a broad range of both public and private schools that are highly regarded. Canberra boasts an above average number of excellent tertiary institutions including The University of Canberra, the Australian Institute of Sport and the Australian National University among others.


A sports mecca

Canberra also offers a strong active lifestyle – the wide and meandering Lake Burley Griffin is used heavily for rowing and boating, and the many car-free avenues and parks make it friendlier than most cities to bike traffic. Mountain bikers are spoilt for choice, with nearby trails includes Mt Stromlo, Majura Pines and Kowen Forest. Meanwhile, both Perisher and Thredbo are a 2.5h drive away for a quick ski trip.