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Mildura – Lime Medical Clinic – TT 1-4

This practice will accept applications from Training Term (TT) 1-4 registrars.

Lime Medical Clinic is a well-established, fully accredited clinic located in the picturesque, vibrant city of Mildura. With a diverse cultural identity, the Sunraysia area surrounding Mildura has a population of over 65,000.

The clinic has been established for over 25 years and offers high-quality healthcare services in a modern setting. A fully computerised practice, bookings are taken online and a centralized software system assists in record maintenance to enhance patient safety. Located centrally, the clinic is in close proximity to the Mildura Base Hospital, the Mildura Private Hospital, the Murray Primary Health Network, Sunraysia Community Health Services and Mallee District Aboriginal Services.

The practice has a well-equipped four-bed treatment room, 10 medical consulting rooms, four allied health rooms, nursing consult area, as well as onsite pathology. Practice hours are Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm, with a morning clinic on Saturdays from 9am – 11am, run by a single doctor on a shared roster.

The clinic offers services in clinic-based surgical procedures, chronic disease management, family medicine, men’s and women’s health, child and maternal health services, aged care, wound management, travel medicine, acupuncture, hearing tests, occupational health, complementary and alternative medicine, as well as mental health in conjunction with psychologists, counselling and psychotherapy. There are two clinical psychologists and a dietitian as part of the allied health team.  A Women’s Health Clinic is run once a week with an accredited pap and sexual health nurse.

GP trainees are supported by a large team of highly-experienced GPs, supervisors and registered nurses, with a practice manager and administration staff always ready to assist. Trainees will experience a diverse scope of practice and will have the opportunity to advance their clinical and procedural skills.

Mildura, the gateway to the outback, is a thriving regional city with fantastic amenities. Offering a huge range of sporting and cultural activities, the city is its own oasis with beautiful parklands, a modern shopping precinct with all major chains and a magnificent food and wine culture.  Activities in and around the Murray River include swimming – at the stunning inland beach – skiing, fishing, boating, camping and a children’s water-park. A range of paddlesteamer operators offer a choice of scenic tours or organise a tour to the Mungo National Park and experience the outback.

There’s a different pace to life by the water in the beautiful Sunraysia region.

Experience the magnificent Murray, enjoying a range of water sports and boating, or indulge in a gourmet food and wine experience at nearby wineries – there’s so much to life in Mildura.

Ripe for reflection on the Murray.

GP trainees are mentored and supported by two GP supervisors accredited with both ACRRM and RACGP.

Senior GP supervisor, Dr John Dyson-Berry, gained experience in both the UK and Australia. Dr Dyson-Berry’s interests include obstetrics, gynaecology, children’s health, allergy testing, aged care, mental health and aviation medicine.

Dr Dyson-Berry’s long list of credentials include being the commonwealth medical officer aviation medical examiner, consulting physician to the Aged Care Assessment Service in Mildura, a lecturer for Monash University, in obstetrics and gynaecology and the aged care and mental health surveyor for AGPAL.

GP supervisor, Dr Amna Salman, completed her MBBS in Pakistan and continued to work in the region for three years before moving to Australia. Dr Salman has special interests in women’s and children health, as well as chronic disease management.

“The clinic has such a warm, welcoming atmosphere and Mildura is an amazing place to live, there’s so much to see and do.” said Dr Salman.

“GP trainees will have a broad scope of experience and have the ability to specialise in a wide range of interests.”

See more about the practice here.

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