Situations Vacant

City Doctors White Cross provides comprehensive urgent care services for accidents and illness 7 days a week. We can also be your family doctor providing care for patients by appointment Monday to Friday.
As the largest independent private healthcare group in New Zealand, making an impact for those who need it most is more than what we do – We are the medical clinic near you that is open every day to take care of your loved ones.
City Doctors White Cross is looking for a Medical Officer to work either in a full time capacity permanently, we can also consider experienced Locums looking to work extra shifts during the week.

About the position

You know it better than anyone. There are certain qualities in a doctor that you just can’t teach. It’s a dedication to the role. To the care. An empathy that drives you to help each and every patient achieve their best possible outcome. Our practices are filled with these kinds of doctors. It’s why we thrive, and it’s why you will too, as you bring your passion for helping others and desire to find new and effective ways to do so. You’ll be confident working autonomously in clinic, and constantly energised to work – sometimes at all hours, and in tougher spots, but always for a cause that’s worth it. You’ll feel empowered to help and always be appreciated by the tight-knit team behind you.

What you need to succeed in this role

• Current registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
• General Practice & Urgent Care experience is a must
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience post-graduation- PGY2 graduates could be considered.
• Current Medical Indemnity Insurance
• Current ACLS certificate
• Excellent English written and communication skills
• Someone who is committed to the principles of health equity and cultural competency and who is able to demonstrate an understanding of Māori tikanga and kawa and Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
How to apply?

Please send an e-mail to Carlos Jimenez at Carlos.jimenez@tamakihealth.co.nz to have a further chat.
Only individuals with working rights in New Zealand will be considered for the selection process.