Bega Garnbirringu Health Services Aboriginal Corporation
- Street Address:
- 16-18 McDonald Street
PO Box 1655
Kalgoorlie, WA 6430
- Training Region:
- Goldfields - Esperance
- Outer Metro:
|Mon - Wed||8:30am - 4:30pm|
|Thu||8:30am - 2:30pm|
|Fri||8:30am - 4:30pm|
- Total GPs:
- Training Practice Since:
- Training Terms Accepted:
- ARSP, Advanced, Extended skills post, PGPPP, Subsequent
- Billing Arrangements:
- Bulk Bill - GPs are paid a salary
- Trainee Consulting Room:
- Own Room
Bega Garnbirringu Health Services is an Aboriginal controlled, not-for-profit organisation that provides an holistic and culturally appropriate health care service to the Aboriginal people of the Goldfields from our modern, purpose built clinic in central Kalgoorlie. Bega is a fully accredited practice and meets the RACGP 3rd edition Standards.
Doctors work alongside Registered Nurses, Midwives and Aboriginal Health Workers. A number of medical specialists regularly visit our centre, including a dentist. Bega holds an S100 Licence which allows us to dispense medications to our clients free of charge from our on-site pharmacy. Child care facilities are available at our creche free of charge for clients and for a small fee for staff.
Bega now has a mobile clinic van which will be delivering a variety of health services to towns and communities throughout the region. Registrars will have the opportunity to work in the mobile clinic.
As well as participating in training programs for GP Registrars, Bega also hosts undergraduate medical students from the University of WA and Notre Dame University, students nurses and Aboriginal Health Worker trainees. The clinic employs around 40 staff while Bega as a whole employs around 130 staff throughout the organisation.
Rotational on call services provided by our doctors to Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital are paid for directly to the doctor on call by WA Country Health and is in addition to remuneration from Bega. Bega offers Registrars paid annual leave, study leave and generous salary packaging options.
We encourage interested Registrars to contact us for an informal chat to find out more about our friendly working environment.
GP Registrar Activities & Opportunities
|Evening work||No||Night work||No|
|Weekend work||No||On call||Optional|
|House calls||No||Hospital visits||Optional|
|Hospital admitting rights||Optional||Nursing home visits||Optional|
|Other Allied Health professional||Yes||Minor procedures||Yes|
|Advanced procedural skills||No||Shared antenatel care||Yes|
|Enhanced primary care||Yes||Practice Nurse||Yes|
|Evening work only as part of hospital on call commitment, Night work only as part of hospital on call commitment, Weekend work only as part of hospital on call commitment, On call close support offered, Hospital on call visits based on 1 in 4-5 weeks, Nursing home visits (one week in four) Visiting dietician, podiatrist, diabetes educator and dentist, Shared antenatel care (Midwife clinics held), Anaesthetics may be possible to arrange|
|Computerised patient notes||Yes||Internet access in consulting rooms||Yes|
|Computerised prescribing||Yes||Medical software used||Communicare|