Central Coast GP Sea Change Program

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Located just one hour from Sydney and half an hour from Newcastle, the Central Coast offers a life of endless possibilities to General Practitioners in both your career and education. The region offers the benefits of a smaller community with specialists easily within reach for referrals.

It means you can build trusted, ongoing patient relationships and make a real difference in their lives. You can take a holistic approach to your practice or refer to the many nearby medical services, choose how often you work, and pursue any interests in upskilling in special clinical areas, whilst enjoying the work-life balance Central Coast is well known for.

As a Central Coast GP, you decide where you work and what hours, tailoring your workload to suit your stage of life and career, all within a location that provides a relaxed lifestyle.

This flexibility creates opportunities to pursue other career interests, spend time with family and friends, travel, build up your savings or enjoy regular working hours.

The Primary Health Network is funding eight (8) grants of up to $40,000 each to support General Practice on the Central Coast LGA to attract and recruit additional General Practitioners (GPs).

GPs must relocate to the Central Coast LGA and cannot be recruited from within the Hunter New England Central Coast (HNECC) PHN region. Recruitment of GPs from other States or Territories of Australia, or recruitment of international medical graduates is strongly recommended.

View Applicant Information Pack

It is expected that a General Practitioner (GP) would make a two-year commitment to work in General Practice at least 3 days per week for one or more of the following:

  • A general practice; or
  • Aboriginal Medical Service.

Located just one hour from Sydney and half an hour from Newcastle, the Central Coast offers a life of endless possibilities to General Practitioners in both your career and education. The region offers the benefits of a smaller community with specialists easily within reach for referrals.

It means you can build trusted, ongoing patient relationships and make a real difference in their lives. You can take a holistic approach to your practice or refer to the many nearby medical services, choose how often you work, and pursue any interests in upskilling in special clinical areas, whilst enjoying the work-life balance Central Coast is well known for.

As a Central Coast GP, you decide where you work and what hours, tailoring your workload to suit your stage of life and career, all within a location that provides a relaxed lifestyle.

This flexibility creates opportunities to pursue other career interests, spend time with family and friends, travel, build up your savings or enjoy regular working hours.

The Primary Health Network is funding eight (8) grants of up to $40,000 each to support General Practice on the Central Coast LGA to attract and recruit additional General Practitioners (GPs).

GPs must relocate to the Central Coast LGA and cannot be recruited from within the Hunter New England Central Coast (HNECC) PHN region. Recruitment of GPs from other States or Territories of Australia, or recruitment of international medical graduates is strongly recommended.

View Applicant Information Pack

It is expected that a General Practitioner (GP) would make a two-year commitment to work in General Practice at least 3 days per week for one or more of the following:

  • A general practice; or
  • Aboriginal Medical Service.
Page last updated: 09 June 2021, 11:28