The best GP Jobs in Australia

Great weather. An amazing lifestyle for you and your family as well as a world class education system. We can place you in a position which is well rewarded in locations with fabulous (large) houses, great schools and a warm climate.  Ring me now on +44  07909090940 in London and let me tell you what it would be like earning £180,000 in Australia.  Austmedics can make your dream a reality.

We now do Consultant Radiologist Positions

If you are in Australia ring Guy Hazel on + 61    0448895505 in Australia.

Why us?

  • We work as GPs in Australia and the UK which gives us unsurpassed knowledge and experience of working in Australia.
  • We will work with you to get Permanent Residency from the start.*
Can you afford not to speak to me now, Guy Hazel +44 (0) 79 09 09 09 40 in LONDON.

We can offer:

  • New GP earnings calculator
  • a minimum of £180,000 as a GP….more
  • the country with the second highest quality of life index…more
  • much lower cost of living….more
  • a laid back lifestyle with sun, great food and outdoor life….more
Compare  UK vs Australia……  We think you will feel the difference!

Interested in exploring your next move to a new job in a fantastic location with friendly people? Submit your details and we will take the stress out of the move. We will find you a great position in Australia and handle all the paper work to get you to your new job in the sun.

Australia is currently looking to recruit 2500 General Practitioners and Emergency Medicine Doctors. You could be one of them?

General Practitioners with the following qualifications are all eligible for fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners:-UK MRCGP with GMC CCT certificate UK MRCGP with PMETB   CCT certificateUK MRCGP with JCPTGP  CCT certificateIreland Graduate of ICGP holding MICGP membership We are particularly interest in hearing from Irish GPs.Are you a GP from the USA and hold a from Certificate of the American Board of Family Practice? Please apply for a great position in Australia.


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