Campaspe Family Practice is located in beautiful Kyneton, just a short drive along the Calder Highway from the Melbourne CBD.
CFP has a strong passion for teaching and hosting both GP registrars and Monash Medical Students. During your time working at CFP you will be well supported as you work towards achieving fellowship. Our three GP supervisors and experienced GPs will offer you a wide range of expertise with their special interests covering all facets of general practice.
CFP are very proud to have been finalists for this years AGPAL Rural Practice of the Year award, we will continue to strive for excellence and high quality family medical care.
Our beautifully appointed, well equipped modern medical facility also has an extensive original art collection making CFP a warm welcoming environment which is a pleasure to work in. We welcome all applicants and look forward to additional GP registrars joining our dedicated team in 2019.
|Number of doctors||11|
|Number of supervisors||3|
|Number of visiting specialists||7|
|Number of rooms||14|
|Allied health professionals||Physio, Podiatry, Psychology, Dietician, Diabetic Educator|
5 x nurses
– Assist with surgical procedures
– Wound Management
– Ear Syringing
– GP Management Plans
– Health Assessments
Additional learning opportunities
|Small group learning|
|Assisting with procedures|
|Aged Care Facilities - orientation with supervisor, Additional learning with GP specialist dermatologist|
Supervisor Special Interests
Chronic Disease Management
Many years experience and a wealth of knowledge
General Facilities/ Services
Three bed treatment room – fully supported with nursing staff
Isolation Room/Plaster Room
Radiology – X/Ray, Ultrasounds, CT scan – on site
Hospital – UCC plus 30 bed ward
|Practice opening hours||Monday to Friday 8am - 8pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm|
|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||Once per week 8pm finish|
|Saturday and Sunday work||Approx 1 in 4 Saturdays|
Out of practice visits
Occasional Home Visits
Vehicle and licence required
Public holiday work
|Key contact:||Kath Streete or Jackie Power|
|Address:||7-25 Caroline Chisholm Drive KYNETON|
|Telephone:||03 5422 2877|
|Fax:||03 5422 2788|
|Email address for applications:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
Capacity not available until placement opens
Wellbeing, fine food and history go hand in hand in Kyneton, a gold rush village that offers the best of country living with the sophistication of the city. Once a place of rest for miners on the way to the Bendigo goldfields, Kyneton now boasts a tempting array of renowned restaurants, wineries and cafes, day spas, boutiques and cultural festivals.
Piper Street and beyond
Linger on Piper Street, a modern-day gourmand’s paradise long known for its heritage buildings and antique dealers.
Celebrate local, seasonal produce at Source Dining, hatted by the Good Food Guide or treat yourself to French-bistro style fare at Midnight Starling. Find wood-fired goodness at Pizza Verde and pub grub classics at the Royal George Hotel. For take-away gourmet goods, the Piper Street Food Company Picnic Shop is your one-stop French charcuterie and picnic provisions shop. Round out your ramble with a small-batch, handcrafted gin at Animus Distillery’s lounge and cellar door.
Check out the inspiring work of local designers and pick up something for home at galleries and boutiques, including Stockroom, Macedon Ranges Interiors, Mollisons, The Persian Room, and No Town Outfitters.
Natural springs and day spas
The Kyneton, Daylesford, Hepburn Springs region is home to the largest concentration of natural mineral springs in Australia. Fill your bottles at the old pump and picnic under the rotunda at Kyneton Mineral Springs Reserve or opt for a more tailored rest and rejuvenation experience at Ellenis or the Maiaveda Holistic Day Spa.
Bluestone beauties and river views
Wander along nineteenth-century granite streets lined with bluestone architecture on Piper and Mollison Streets. Spot stately bluestone churches, primary schools and railway stations. Grab a small piece of history at a local antiques shop, or find out more at heritage-listed Kyneton Museum.
Bring your bike to town and pedal down leafy country lanes on the Three Towns Scenic Route, enjoy bushwalking in Black Hill Reserve or explore the historic botanic gardens, established in 1858. Make the most of Kyneton’s vantage point on the Campaspe River.
Kyneton boasts a packed calendar of community and cultural events throughout the year. Stock up on fresh, seasonal produce at the farmers’ market on Piper Street the second Saturday of each month and cheer on your favourite horse at the Kyneton Cup.
Live it up at The Kyneton Music Festival and the Taste of Kyneton festival in summer and peek into the world of traditional and rare trades at the Lost Trades Fair in March. Swing by in spring for the Kyneton Antique Fair and Kyneton Daﬀodil & Arts Festival.
Population: Approx 7,000
There are six churches in Kyneton of various denominations, Protestant, Catholic, Anglican, Baptist, Uniting
|Public transport||Trains directly to Melbourne and Bendigo and all the beautiful towns in between, Town Bus, taxis|
|Access and distances to major centres or nearby towns||
Melbourne CBD – 80klms (easy 1 hour drive via freeway)
Kyneton has both public and catholic primary and secondary schools
Macedon Ranges also has Braemar College, Candlebark and Alice Miller schools