POD>Allied Health
Published 29 April 2024

We are seeking a motivated and experienced Podiatrist to join a well-established Private Practice located in the picturesque city of Launceston, Tasmania. The clinic offers a supportive and collaborative environment where you can thrive both personally and professionally.

As a Podiatrist, you will have the opportunity to work with a diverse caseload ranging from paediatric to geriatric patients, focusing on areas such as sports injuries, biomechanics, wound care, diabetic foot assessments, and general foot care. The role primarily involves clinic-based work with occasional community visits.

The Role

  • Provide high-quality podiatric care to patients across the lifespan, addressing a variety of foot and lower limb conditions.
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments, develop treatment plans, and implement evidence-based interventions to optimise patient outcomes.
  • Collaborate with the team, including other podiatrists, to ensure holistic patient care.
  • Maintain accurate patient records and documentation in compliance with regulatory standards and clinic protocols.

The Benefits

  • Competitive hourly rate of up to $70 per hour (plus superannuation)
  • Locum or Permanent contracts available
  • Accommodation provided for the duration of the temporary contract.
  • Travel assistance provided.
  • Personal use of a car during your stay.
  • Ongoing opportunity for permanent placement with the potential for extension beyond the initial three months.
  • Access to a supportive team environment and opportunities for professional growth.
  • Enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Launceston and explore nearby ski resorts and leisure activities on your days off.

If you are a dedicated Podiatrist with a passion for providing exceptional patient care, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Call Ashley Stephens on (07) 3497 5720 or email ashley.stephens@cmr.com.au

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