Alpha Medical Centre, Cobram

MCCC
College accreditationRACGP
PathwayRural
Practice Information
Number of doctors2
Number of supervisors1
Number of rooms5
BillingMixed
Allied health professionalsAudiology
Nursing Staff

3

Additional learning opportunities
Small group learning
Clinical meetings
Journal club
Assisting with procedures
Supervisor Special Interests

Men’s and Women’s health
Paediatric
Mental Health
Skin Lesion
Shared obstetric care
Aged care
Palliative care

General Facilities/ Services

In-house pathology
Well equipped treatment room
Lunch/ training room
Spacious consulting rooms

Training Expectations
Practice opening hours9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
College RequirementsFull time training requires 38 hrs per week employed averaged over 4 weeks. Less than 38 hours per week employed is part time training.
Evening rosterNil
Saturday and Sunday workNil
Out of practice visits

Voluntary

Public holiday work

None

Key contact:Dr. Omotayo Balogun
Address:30 Williams St, Cobram VIC 3644 Cobram
Telephone:03 5871 2366
Fax:03 5871 1933
Email address for applications:reception@alphamcc.com.au
Website:http://www.alphamcc.com.au

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Local Hospital Information
Hospital affiliations

Cobram District Hospital

Hospital admission rights/ privileges

Voluntary

On-call

Voluntary

GP Advanced Skills opportunities
Other
Voluntary
Our Community

Cobram is located on the Murray River, just across this grand waterway from the small New South Wales border town of Barooga.

The commercial centre of Cobram is primarily based around Punt Road and Main Street, and consists of a selection of shops, supermarkets, hotels and cafes. Historic buildings in the town centre include the Cobram Hotel (built in 1892), law offices (1892) and Masonic Lodge (1888).

Mivo Park, located at the edge of the shopping precinct, offers an attractive oasis complete with rose gardens, a playground and picnic areas.

The old Cobram railway station is set within parklands featuring a small lake, rose gardens, a gallery and a reassembled log cabin dating back to 1874.

The Mill End is the oldest part of Cobram, located on the north side of Mookarii Street between Warkil Street and the Murray River. This originally thickly timbered area was first surveyed in 1886, with its name reflecting the sawmills that operated in the area. The Mill End precinct includes Cobram’s oldest hotel, the Royal Victoria Hotel, a local shopping area and an established residential area.

Cobram is a popular holiday destination, with its chief attraction being the Murray River. The river twists and turns through a thick state forest which provides numerous walking trails through the native bushland and wetlands. The Murray River around Cobram features some attractive sandy beaches lined with towering gum trees and grass picnic areas, ideal for swimming, fishing, boating and camping. Thompsons Beach is located just north of the bridge over the river to Barooga, while Scotts Beach, with its extensive camping area, is located just a couple of kilometres from the town centre along River Road. On the way to Scotts Beach is Quinn Island which is a 40 hectare waterbird haven located at a bend in the river. A footbridge provides pedestrian access to the island.

The land around Cobram is part of a rich pastoral, dairy, fruit and wine-growing district, thanks to the irrigated water supplied by the Murray River and the warm, stable climate.

Courtesy- Travel Victoria

Population: 6,018 (2011 census)

Community groups
Parents’ clubs
School clubs
Travel
Public transportVline and Contrylink plying the town and other town around the area
Nearest airportAlbury airport, Melbourne airport
Access and distances to major centres or nearby towns

Cobram is about 62km to Shepparton and 254km to Melbourne

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