RNZCGP 2018 Workforce Survey

Have you completed your GP workforce survey?
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners 2018 Workforce Survey is underway again and the College is keen to get as many responses as possible. The information gathered is instrumental in helping the College advocate for GP training and resourcing.

College members who complete the survey will go in the draw to win their choice of either:

• Conference registration + $500 towards flights and accommodation, or
• Breville Barista Express espresso machine, or
• iPad Pro 10.5-inch display with 64G, or
• Canon EOS200D camera.

Healthy Conversation Skills Workshop - FREE

Upcoming workshops:
- Tuesday 3 July at Sport Northland, Western Hills Drive, Whangarei
- Wednesday 4 July at Sport Northland, Western Hills Drive, Whangarei

Click here to view the flyer for further information.

Practice Nurse - James St Doctors Ltd

Practice Nurse Wanted

For Job share at our freindly central clinic.

Permanent Mondays and Fridays

Experience is essential

Please fax CV to 09 438 4193 or forward to
Level 2/1 James Street, Whangarei

Bream Bay Medical Centre - GP

Join our great team! 

We are a 6 FTE practice with excellent collegial and administrative support.

We are looking for a GP to join our team and who can commit to working 8/10 and do some on call work. 

We are a busy practice based in Northland.  Our practice is expanding with huge real estate growth within the surrounding area/s. 

We are a Cornerstone accredited practice with a long history of vocational training and education.

GP – Northland Environmental Health Clinic

 Northland Environmental Health Clinic

Seeking a part time GP to join our comprehensive general practice in Kamo, Whangarei 


We work alongside each individual patient to achieve their best possible health and well-being outcomes 

Donation from The Lions Club Whangārei bolsters packages of care

The Lions Club Whangārei has generously donated $20,000 towards counselling packages of care. This will enable every general practice in the Manaia Health PHO area to benefit from at least 2 or 3 extra packages of care per year. This funding comes from the club's community fundraising activities and annual fireworks event held at Toll Stadium. An enormous thanks go to the Lions for this innovative approach to working collaboratively with their local primary health care provider. To find out more about counselling support: http://manaiapho.co.nz/Mental_health_and_addiction_support

Tiana Budd-Quillean

Personal Assistant to Chief Executive
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