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Te Kuiti - Ref 1191059

General Practitioner (Family Medicine)

Te Kuiti, North Island - view map

Contract: Permanent
Start date: As soon as possible

  • Small rural town, family friendly
  • Houses are affordable
  • Explore the amazing limestone caves, and forest parks nearby

Role

We are looking for a fixed term or permanent General Practitioner (Family Medicine), minimum of 8 sessions per week with on-call once weekly.

If you are a GP who is enthusiastic, works well in a team and enjoys a challenge this is the right role for you. There are ample opportunities to extend your scope of practice in a supportive rural practice environment. Newly qualified and experienced doctors are welcome.

Practice

You will be joining a team of 7 doctors who are committed to providing quality healthcare to a rural community of 9000 registered patients. The patient demographic is 58% New Zealand European, 34% Maori, and 8% Other. The practice provides quality comprehensive care, as it delivers a unique primary health care model with a 12 bed rural hospital on-site.

Location

Te Kuiti is a small town in the north of the King Country, region of the North Island. At the 2001 census it had a resident population of 4,374. The town promotes itself as the sheep shearing  capital of the world and is host to the annual

Te Kuiti is a small town in the north of the King Country region of the North Island. At the 2001 census it had a resident population of 4,374. The town promotes itself as the sheep shearing capital of the world and is host to the annual New Zealand National Shearing Championships.

Limestone deposits and water have created the Waitomo Caves, northwest of the town, one of New Zealand’s most-visited tourist locations. The town itself is located in a valley with many rich limestone deposits.

The Mangokewa reserve located 5 km south of Te Kuiti which is a popular attraction for rock climbers, hikers, picnic goers, swimmers and trout fisherman in the region.

Take a look at the Te Kuiti region here.

Limestone deposits and water have created the Waitomo Caves, northwest of the town, one of New Zealand’s most-visited tourist locations. The town itself is located in a valley with many rich limestone deposits.

The Mangokewa reserve located 5 km south of Te Kuiti which is a popular attraction for rock climbers, hikers, picnic goers, swimmers and trout fisherman in the region.

Take a look at the Te Kuiti region here.

How to apply

Contact John Ferguson, Relationship Manager for a confidential discussion on +64 021547650.

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