Bendigo Community Health Services – Seymoure Street
|Number of doctors||13|
|Number of supervisors||5|
|Number of visiting specialists||3|
|Number of rooms||16|
|Allied health professionals||Podiatry, Diabetes Educator, Asthma and Quit Educator, Psychologists/Mental Health workers, AoD Counsellors, Paediatric Physio and Podiatry, Refugee Health services, Forensic Mental Health, Exercise Physiologist, Life Program (for high risk of developing Diabetes)|
We have the support of;
- Chronic disease nurses in Diabetes and Respiratory
- Refugee health nurse
- Sexual and Reproductive health nurses
- Nurse Practitioners in Alcohol and Other Drugs and in Men’s Health
- Workplace health Nurses – workplace vaccinations and health checks
- Four practice nurses
We are open to full time (6 months in either 2021.1 or 2021.2 or 12 months) and part-time (12 months) applications.
If you have special interests in Women’s Health, Sexual Health, AoD, Mental Health or paediatrics, there is opportunity to use your skills and develop your skills further.
|College accreditation||RACGP, ACRRM|
|Practice opening hours||Monday, Wednesday-Thursday 8am to 5.15pm; Tuesday 8am-7.30pm; Friday 8am-4.30pm|
|College Requirements||Full time training requires 38 hrs per week employed averaged over 4 weeks. Less than 38 hours per week employed is part time training.|
|Evening roster||nil routinely; opportunity to work later on Tuesdays until 7-30 pm|
|Saturday and Sunday work||Nil|
Some of our GPs do residential care visits, some visit schools, on occasion home visits can be arranged.
local hospitals are Bendigo Hospital (public) and St John of God hospital (private)
|Access and distances to major centres or nearby towns|