Calwell – VR GP
- State of Art facility
- Mixed billing medical centre
- Accredited training centre
We are looking for an experienced General Practitioner (GP) to join our medical practice in Calwell, ACT.
Ochre Medical Centre Calwell is a mixed billing practice located in a busy shopping centre in the south of Canberra. Conveniently located with ample parking and easy access to childcare facilities, the practice is home to 7 doctors. Our doctors enjoy support by a highly experienced practice manager, support staff, registered nurses and a variety of allied health providers, including a dietitian, physiotherapist and psychologist. Furthermore, the practice is AGPAL accredited and is an approved GP Registrar training practice with GP Synergy.
- State of Art facility equipped with the latest technology
- Mixed billing medical centre (On doctor’s discretion)
- Accredited training centre to take on registrars
- Flexible work arrangements
- Open term agreements
- Full nursing support
- Flexible work arrangements with optional remote telehealth component
- Comprehensive clinical protocols and internal supply network for all necessary PPE and other equipment
Calwell is a suburb in the Tuggeranong district of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory. Shaded by Australian natives as well as lush European greenery, Calwell’s long tree-lined streets are quiet, and full of filtered sunlight. Located further out from the city centre, this suburb is tidy, tranquil, family-friendly, and affordable – and being located close to the Monaro Highway, it does have direct access to Canberra’s CBD.
Calwell is a great area for nature lovers and those who like to keep fit outdoors, as it adjoins Tuggeranong Hill Nature Reserve. Many properties in the area have been designed in a spacious, modern style, and positioned so as to take full advantage of the views of the natural landscape, especially of the stunning Brindabella Range.
- Vocationally registered
- Current unrestricted AHPRA registration
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 Gallery, Parliament 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.
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.