If you’re on the hunt for doctor jobs in the Bundaberg region, there’s a chance that you’ll either want to work a little, a lot – or something in between. Bundaberg based doctor roles with House Call Doctor offer flexibility, with shifts that fit around your current workload, personal commitments, or even just lifestyle preferences.
Whether you’re looking to travel, increase your earning potential, gain experience, or even just a desire for greater job satisfaction, living in Bundaberg paired with a career with House Call Doctor could be the just answer that you’ve been looking for.
Sourcing Bundaberg Doctor Jobs
Aside from competitive remuneration and state of the art working conditions, GP and doctor jobs with us offer a range of other perks. We believe that if you’re happy, so are your patients. A few of the other more obvious benefits of considering a career with us include:
- Medicare and Department of Health applications
- Medicare and DVA billing
- Opiate free practice
- Full administration support
- Dedicated triage and appointment scheduling service
- Safe working environments
- Ongoing mentoring, clinical guidance and support
- Gain up to 2.5 years towards your eligibility to sit the RACGP Fellowship exam
- One Medicare provider number across all locations
- Statewide GP jobs that range from just one weekend to six months in duration
Are you –
- An Australian or Internationally Trained Medical Graduate
- Have full registration with the Medical Board of Australia
- Have two years post graduate experience, including experience in paediatrics, accident and emergency, general medicine and surgery
If you can answer yes to all of the above, then why not consider registering your interest for our doctor jobs with House Call Doctor today, and be a part of the medical revolution.
Why work as a GP or doctor in Bundaberg
As a Doctor, the world is your oyster when it comes to the direction of your career. While Bundaberg doctor jobs are on the rise, what can this city offer?
Although living in Bundaberg isn’t exactly what a lot of Australians have in mind when considering a sea or tree change, demand is soaring thanks to its affordability and proximity to the Sunshine Coast, Fraser Coast and Brisbane. As the state’s ninth most populous region, experts say that the population of Bundaberg is set to reach 99, 115 by June 2021 – perhaps “Bundy” isn’t such a small country town after all, right?
In less than a century, the Bundaberg region has grown from what was once a small sugar cane hub, into Queensland’s ninth largest city. Despite being an increasingly popular tourist hotspot that attracts over one million visitors per annum, it’s also a region that many are looking to call home in the long term. So much so, that the ten year annual average population growth rate sits at 1.47%, or almost bang on the national average of 1.5%.
Despite popular stereotypes, there’s much more to know about living in Bundaberg than “Bundy Rum”. In fact, the region covers more than 6,000 square kilometres, and boasts a wide array of diverse natural resources and man made facilities. Along with sugar and rum – the region’s most famous exports – the Bundaberg lifestyle, climate and overall affordability are attracting more and more retirees, families and even young professionals seeking somewhere to escape from the rat rate associated with the bigger coastal metropolitans.
While it’s also easy to discount Bundaberg as a sleepy Queensland country town, the reality couldn’t be further from the truth. Tourism is big business in Queensland, and Bundaberg is known as the “Southern Gateway To The Great Barrier Reef”. With half the crowds in places like Cairns, visitors and residents can experience the magic of Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave islands.