NGATI HINE HEALTH TRUST

THE NORTHLAND GP

We want to do extraordinary things

in General Practice and Primary Care.

We need exceptional people.

THE NORTHLAND GP

GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

Ngāti Hine Health Trust is one of the largest service providers in Northland (400 staff) delivering services across the Mid-North and Whangārei. 

We are extremely proud to have delivered the largest number of vaccinations in Northland, behind the DHB.

We now have an opportunity for 2-3 GPs to join our mid-north General Practices (Kawakawa and Moerewa) and support our aspirations to grow our General Practice footprint across Northland, in the near future.

We are excited about the opportunities the health reform agenda presents for innovation and integration within primary care. 

Our General Practices are on a pathway to relocate (in 2023) to brand-new, purpose-built facilities, at the Bay of Islands Hospital in Kawakawa, where you will have the opportunity to specialise in rural health, support service delivery on the wards and participate in rural GP training opportunities in a hospital that is entering stage 2 of its upgrade.

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As you can tell, we are upbeat, optimistic and excited about the future of General Practice in Northland and we are only looking for exceptional candidates who are registered and ready to start. 

Dr Graeme Fenton (2018 Eric Elder Memorial Medal recipient for services to Rural Medicine) is supported by the Trusts Chief Executive, Geoff Milner, in leading the recruitment process directly. 

If you're registered, know what you want in a general practitioners role and ready to apply, email your credentials and expectations to gfenton@moerewamedical.co.nz copied to geoff.milner@nhht.co.nz

To enquire further about the role, contact Dr Graeme Fenton on 027 416 0015.

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Dr Graeme Fenton (left) is leading The Northland GP recruitment process with the support of Ngati Hine Health Trust CEO, Geoff Milner (right).