General Practitioner

Full time/part time permanent Contract 

The Medicare generated will contribute to GP salaries, incentive based payments included.

Excellent Nursing Team, Part time Midwife and a Child and Family Nurse

Well established organisation within Orange community and surrounding outreach areas

CDM Team

Professional administrative team

Regular scheduled training 

8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday (no weekends or after hours)

About Us

Orange Aboriginal Medical Service is a community owned organisation funded by both the state and federal governments. We cater for the general practice and allied health needs of our local Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal population.
Orange AMS has been providing medical & primary health care services to the Orange community since February 2005. We are dedicated to closing the gap.

Orange AMS employs over 50 staff including Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Aboriginal Health workers, administrative, clerical staff and 2 fulltime transport officers. We have visiting and allied health and specialists attend our service on a regular basis. OAMS go above and beyond to support our clients and community- We are actively involved in supporting sporting club sponsorships as well as financial assistance for clients of our service.

Our service is well equipped and provides a comfortable and spacious environment to work in. Our medical facility has seven clinic rooms, a large treatment room and staff facilities. We have culturally supportive staff offering support for a culturally diverse workplace.

Our Vision
Healthier Generations, Healthier Communities

Our Purpose
Is to provide comprehensive health care for all, equip a workforce to succeed and influence best practice.

We are committed to providing services that result in improved quality of life for people in our community. We are focused on a holistic and friendly approach to the physical, social and emotional wellbeing of our community.

We provide a welcoming and safe environment with integrity, honesty and respect for our diverse client population. We support confidentiality, fairness, equity and respect for individual needs. We are culturally safe.

Medicare Generation
The Medicare generated will contribute to GP salaries, incentive based payments included.

Applications will remain open until positions are filled

Full-time/Part-time – Optional
Preferred Start Date – ASAP
Contact Name
Practice Manager – Christie
Phone BH
0263939000
URL for this ad
https://my.nswrdn.com.au/vacancies/public/adverts/3711/

 Registered Nurse

  • Full time
  • 40 hours week Monday to Friday 8.30-5.00
  • RDO once a month

Orange Aboriginal Medical Service is a community owned organisation funded by both the state and federal governments. We cater for the general practice and allied health needs of our local indigenous and non-indigenous population.

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Registered Nurse to work in a permanent capacity as part of our nursing team.

This role involves providing assistance to our doctors, patients and working collaboratively with our friendly staff members.

About you

To be successful in the role, you will need to be a compassionate and passionate individual with an understanding of working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds, in addition will need the following attributes –

  • Understanding of Aboriginal Health
  • Strong work ethic and proactive nature
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Attention to detail and efficient work manner
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and responsibilities
  • Ability to work individually and collaboratively
  • Compliance with privacy, confidentiality principles and Company policies and procedures
  • Commitment to ethical behaviour and conduct

About the role

Working closely with the Practice Manager and Clinical Team you will provide nursing support to OAMS GPs and clients.

  • Minimum two years’ experience as Registered Nurse in a general practice setting
  • Current RN registration, Division 1 with AHPRA
  • Ability to effectively manage patient bookings, recalls, reminders and electronic clinical records
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate with and relate to people from all walks of life and with different cultural backgrounds
  • Good problem solving and negotiation skills to enable the resolution of difficult or complex issues
  • Current knowledge and experience of immunisation schedules, chronic disease management, enhanced primary care item numbers, infection control, CPR and emergency resuscitation techniques
  • Demonstrated care plans and health assessment experience
  • Triage and wound management
  • Experience with accreditation
  • Proven experience working well in a team environment
  • Excellent organisational skills, with a high level of attention to detail

Additional Requirements:

  • Possession of a current ‘C’ Class Open Driver’s Licence valid in NSW is required
  • Immunisation accreditation
  • Current First Aid and CPR Certificate
  • Current NSW Working with Children’s Check
  • Current Criminal History check
  • Proof of vaccination must be provided upon acceptance of appointment

To Apply for this role email your CV & Cover letter outlining your work background & reason why you want to work at OAMS to HR@oams.net.au

For enquiries about the role contact Practice Manager, Christie Cain on 02 6393 9000.

Applications will remain open until positions are filled