MCCC
Overview

Doctors of Eaglehawk Medical Group have been training GP Registrars for 15 years.  Our supervisors are committed to a high quality training experience and encourage our registrars to become a valuable part of our practice team while they are with us.  We work closely with the training body to ensure all aspects required to fulfil training requirements are met and that registrars enjoy their time at our practice.

The practice was established in 1994.  We are located in a purpose built building with five consulting rooms and a fully equipped treatment room.

We have been fully accredited since 1999 and are looking forward to our 8th round of accreditation.

We are a friendly practice with Doctors and experienced staff working as a team to provide high quality ongoing health and wellbeing management to our patients.

 

 

 

College accreditation RACGP
ACRRM
Pathway Rural
Practice Information
Number of doctors 5
Number of supervisors 2
Number of rooms 5
Billing Mixed
Nursing Staff

We have two very experienced Practice Nurses who manage our Treatment Room and assist our Doctors with minor surgeries, immunisations, ECG’s, wound dressings, etc.
We also have one EN who carries out home health assessments and CMA’s for our patients.
Nursing Services include: ECG;s/spirometry/ear syringing/wound dressings/health assessments/CHAPS/aboriginal health checks/BP checks/diabetes checks/immunisation – children/adult/travel – Flu clinics.

General Facilities/ Services

Our GP Services include:
Men’s, women’s, adolescent and children’s health care
Aged Care, including aged care facility visits for residents unable to attend the rooms.
Aboriginal Health
Chronic illness care including GP Management Plans
Check ups
Family Planning
Pap Smears
Pregnancy tests/antenatal shared care
Mental Health Care
Neonatal male circumcision up to 4 weeks of age
Home Visits for those to sick/frail to attend – by arrangement
Skin checks & minor surgery: stitching/removing moles & skin cancers
Cryotherapy/Nutrition & Dietary advice/Hepatitis C Treatment/smoking cessation
Preventative & Urgent Care
Palliative Care
Workcover/TAC
Medicals – employment, driving,etc

Training Expectations
Practice opening hours Monday to Friday 8.30a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Saturday morning (rostered Doctor only) 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.
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 1 night per week until 11.00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday work One Saturday morning in six - 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 midday - No Sunday work
Out of practice visits

Nursing home and Home visits are as requested and at Doctor discretion.
GPR would be required to maintain a licence and their own vehicle. A per km travel reimbursement is paid.

Public holiday work

NIL

Key contact: Marnie Painter
Address: 87 Victoria Street Eaglehawk BENDIGO
Telephone: 03 5446 3499
Fax: 03 5446 3511
Email address for applications: pm@eaglehawkmedicalgroup.com.au
Website: www.eaglehawkmedicalgroup.com.au

Capacity information for 2020 currently not available in the portal – please contact REAPS

Our Community

Eaglehawk is a suburb of Bendigo and located approximately six kms from central Bendigo, a travel time of about 10 minutes. The locals have a proud history dating back to the early goldfields within the Bendigo area.
The local community provides a range of sporting facilities including baseball, swimming pool, fitness centres, badminton, football, netball and a pony club. Walking/cycling tracks plus an established golf club are located in and around Eaglehawk.
There are primary and secondary schools, plus pre-school, and a child care centre well established locally.
A privately run move theatre is located in the heritage Town Hall building which was built in 1865.

Community groups
Parents’ clubs
School clubs
Travel
Public transport Eaglehawk is well connected to all other areas of Bendigo by an efficient bus service
Schooling
Child care
Kindergarten
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
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