If you’re on the hunt for doctor jobs in the Townsville region, there’s a chance that you’ll either want to work a little, a lot – or something in between. Townsville 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 Townsville paired with a career with House Call Doctor could be the just answer that you’ve been looking for.
Sourcing Townsville 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 doctor or GP in Townsville
As a doctor, the world is your oyster when it comes to the direction of your career. While Townsville doctor jobs are on the rise, what can this city offer?
With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, it’s no wonder that the Townsville lifestyle is all about the great outdoors. While being home to one of Australia’s key military bases and being a hub for FIFO mining workers, the population of the city is the perfect mix of young professionals, families and retirees chasing warmer weather.
Situated almost directly in between the northern hubs of Mackay and Cairns, in recent years Townsville has truly begun to shake off the unfair “bogan” stereotype. Popular attractions include the famously long stretch of beach known as “The Strand”, nearby Magnetic Island, the world’s largest living coral reef aquarium dubbed “Reef HQ”, and Castle Hill, which was originally known as Cootharinga and is now a popular place for hikes in the region.
Let’s not forget about what is arguably the primary drawcard for many – the Great Barrier Reef. One of the best ways to see the Great Barrier Reef from Townsville is via snorkelling, so that you can make the most of its 3,000 individual reefs, and 900 continental islands and cays. For others, it’s investing in a boat to partake in one of the other common hobbies embraced in North Queensland – fishing. Of course, this can also take you inland too, to explore one of the many estuaries, creeks or rivers found in the surrounding national parks.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually Townsville – and not Cairns – that is the largest city in North Queensland. In fact, it’s actually Queensland’s fourth largest metropolitan region behind Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. Experts say that the population will reach 198, 826 by the end of June 2021, and with the medical sector being the region’s second largest employer, it should come as no surprise that Townsville doctor jobs are steadily on the rise.