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Start date: 15 November (negotiable)
- A modern four bedroom house will be provided
- Work well as part of an experienced and supportive team
- Amazing mountain scenery
This practice is seeking a permanent GP. The role is ten sessions per week (negotiable), and there may be an on-call requirement but this is under review. We are looking for someone who will work well as part of an experienced and supportive team. This position should appeal to a GP seeking a rural lifestyle in an area that has great natural features, a benign climate, and a socio-economic environment that is the envy of others. If you are a team player, an effective communicator, interested in a variety of work, and have a patient centred approach then this is the right position for you.
The practice is a leading part of the Hurunui Model of Care project currently being undertaken in partnership with the District Health Board. This project pilots innovative enhancements to primary care in the rural sector. If you would like “to make a difference” this is the place for you.
This is a community owned and operated business. The staff have very skilled nurses and a great administration team. Over the years the practice has been fortunate to have retained the services of highly skilled and dedicated doctors and nurses.
The practice is prepared to offer a comprehensive package that can be shaped in different ways to suit individual preferences. A modern four bedroom house will be provided.
Rotherham is situated 112 km north west of Christchurch, in the South Island of New Zealand with a population estimated around 2200 including its surrounding areas. Rotherham is in the centre of the beautiful Hurunui District, which boasts amazing mountain scenery, a thriving agricultural and tourism industry, as well as a host of recreational pursuits.
Rotherham and nearby Waiau offer some of the best access to the Waiau River for freshwater fishing enthusiasts. Trout can be found here in good numbers and the salmon are found running from February to March each year.
Temperatures in this region average around 20 to 24 °C in the summer and on average 10 to 12 °C in the middle of the winter months. There is a primary school, which provides a wonderful learning environment for children from years one to year six.
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How to apply
Contact Sarah Fearon, Relationship Manager for a confidential discussion on +64 4 495 5885.OR