General Practitioner – Hauora
Here is an opportunity for a rewarding role in our nationally and internationally recognised, innovative Kaupapa Māori organisation, dedicated to our Mission:
Mauri Ora ki te Mana Māori
Strong Whānau, Vibrant Communities
This is an exciting opportunity to be a GP within an organisation acknowledged nationally and internationally as a model of success.
Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga is a whānau-focused, Iwi mandated, kaupapa Māori health and social services organisation. We have been supporting our whānau me hapori to achieve their aspirations and general wellbeing for more than 37 years.
Underpinning it all are our organisational values – Kotahitanga, Whakamana, Kaitiakitanga and Whanaungataunga, which are woven through everything we do.
Hauora Heretaunga is a Bronze Cornerstone Accredited Teaching practice that aims to deliver quality, evidence-based primary care services to our population of almost 7000 patients using the Health Care Homes framework. We are a high-needs clinic, committed to improving inequities in our most vulnerable populations and making a difference to Māori Health. We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach to delivering holistic care.
Our practise is open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6.00pm and there is a weekend roster working from the Totara Health premises.
As part of our integrated model of care, you will work in a team with: Registered Nurses, Nurse Prescribers, Nurse Practitioners, a Clinical Pharmacist, On-site Dispensing Pharmacists, a Health Coach, a Health Improvement Practitioner, Administrators, Whanau Manaaki and other General Practitioners whose backgrounds vary including GPEP trainees, RNZCGP Fellows, Overseas Trained General Practitioners and those on Locum Contracts.
We are looking to set up our third integrated team and need GP’s to fill 1.7 FTE.
We are open to candidates working part-time hours as an Employee, Contractor or Locum – whatever suits you ! We are happy to consider candidates from GPEP2 and beyond, including overseas candidates, and are willing to consider different working arrangements.
Reporting to the GP - Clinical Lead, you will be supported by our very experienced Hauora Leadership team and a committed, experienced, professional practice workforce.
Being part of the wider Taiwhenua health and services organisation, we also have access to the many services delivered on site including but not limited to, Oranga Niho (Dental),Tamariki Ora, School-based Nursing Teams, Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol and Housing.
Our Hauora service is also supported by our professional corporate teams of Quality and Risk, Health and Safety, Support Services, HR, IT, Finance, Marketing.
What we offer you
We offer a professional, friendly, values based working environment with lower patient to GP ratios and extended appointment times and a role that makes a difference to the health and wellbeing of whanau in our community.
Great employee benefits:
- A competitive salary
- 5 weeks annual leave
- Regular salary reviews
- Reimbursement of standard professional fees and registration costs
- In-house supervision/peer review
- Southern Cross Wellness One Health Insurance
- Life insurance
- Professional development and career opportunities
- Birthday leave
- Wellness activities and incentives and loads of other benefits working for a positive, friendly, values-based organisation that cares about its staff.
Check out our website or Facebook for videos of the innovative, fun workplace that is Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga! Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga (ttoh.iwi.nz)
If you want to work with a progressive and professional kaupapa Māori organisation, please apply TODAY.
Please include a:
Covering letter – with the no. of hours you wish to work
Up to date CV
Fully completed TTOH Application form
Evidence of your qualifications and applicable registration
Your My Health record or International Covid Pass
If you would like to speak to someone about the role, please contact Nicola Kihirini - Practice Manager on 022 104 3375 anytime.