General Practitioner

Bell Block, Taranaki, Part-time

Parklands Medical is searching for an enthusiastic GP to join our dynamic and compassionate team.

Our mission is to improve primary care. We serve a loyal patient population and pride ourselves on our commitment to seeing them live healthy, fulfilled lives. To achieve this, we're introducing innovative care strategies and streamlining administrative tasks to empower our staff to do what they do best — providing high-quality, compassionate care.

About the Position

Ideally, you'll be looking to work four sessions per week and are keen to build a patient base with strong relationships as part of our amazing multidisciplinary team. We can offer you great support in your role and a competitive remuneration package, including benefits such as support for continuing medical education and assistance with your APC and indemnity insurance.

Parklands Medical boasts a purpose-built theatre, so we are eager to talk to GPs interested in minor surgery.

You’ll need to have:

+ MCNZ Registration
+ Received or be working towards vocational registration in general practice
+ Excellent clinical and communication skills
+ Professionalism, sensitivity, respect, and confidentiality
+ Be confident in supporting a variety of ethnicities and cultures

Why Choose Taranaki?

Choosing to work at Parklands Medical means being part of an innovative team and embracing the lifestyle Taranaki offers. With its stunning natural landscapes, vibrant cultural scene, and strong community spirit, Taranaki provides a unique blend of work and leisure opportunities. Whether you're drawn to the outdoors, keen on exploring arts and heritage or looking to engage in community activities, Taranaki is a place where you can genuinely balance life and work.

A supportive relocation package is available for the right candidate who wants to make a new home at Parklands Medical.

Please get in touch with Helen Goldstraw at (09) 281 8415 for more information. You can also email to apply.

Parklands Medical uses different approaches and resources to achieve equitable outcomes for the people we serve. Our organisation recognises Māori as tangata whenua and is committed to upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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51 Shortland Street,
Auckland 1010


P: (09) 281 8415


8:30AM — 5PM
Monday to Friday