Full-Time General Practitioners – addiction medicine and mental health Clinical Services
Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services (Winnunga AHCS) is an Aboriginal community controlled service which has elected board members and a CEO. The service provides holistic care to its Aboriginal clients with all operational directives delegated by the CEO through the line management structure.
General Practitioners – addiction medicine and mental health
The GPs are situated within the Clinical Services team of Winnunga AHCS. The clinical services comprise of GPs, nurses, allied health and mental health teams along with visiting specialists. The Social Health Team addresses the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal people by providing case management, counselling, advocacy and the delivery of wellbeing programs.
We are seeking 2 qualified General Practitioners to work within our busy clinical services. The roles of the GPs are to provide holistic, comprehensive health care with a focus on addiction medicine and mental health, to clients in the criminal justice system detained at the Alexander Maconochie Centre (ACT adult prison) and to provide seamless services between the Alexander Maconochie Centre and Winnunga AHCS. Fellowship with the RACGP (essential)
Accredited methadone prescriber (essential) Accredited (RACGP) level 2 mental health training (recommended) Experience working with Aboriginal clients.
How to ApplyApplicants must obtain a copy of the selection criteria and address all criteria. For more information and or a copy of the position description and selection criteria please contact Roseanne Longford, HR Manager on 6284 6259 or email Roseanne.Longford@winnunga.org.au Applications should be addressed and mailed to Julie Tongs, CEO, Winnunga AHCS 63 Boolimba Cres Narrabundah ACT 2604 or by email to Roseanne.Longford@winnunga.org.au PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL REGISTRATION A current professional clinical registration inclusive of a police background/Working with Vulnerable People (Background Check) Act 2011 or reciprocal requirements will be accepted.
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