Lockridge Medical Centre is seeking the services of a fulltime permanent General Practitioner for our medical practice in the Eastern Suburbs of Perth. With a 40 year history of serving the Lockridge Community, robust patient demand and a major expansion in the pipeline, we have plenty to offer an incoming GP.
Lockridge Medical Centre opened its doors late 1978 and was originally set up by the University of Western Australia as a teaching practice. The practice remains connected with the University and continues to provide teaching to both under and post graduate students/registrars. The practice is privately owned – ie not corporate.
The practice moved in 1989 to its current location and subleases space within the Lockridge Community Health Centre. The practice is currently in the final stages of negotiating a $1M+ building project with the WA Health Department which will see the practice double in size and provide an opportunity to introduce new services and also improve patient access to quality healthcare within the local community.
Our practice has a strong reputation within the local community but also within the medical community in Western Australia. The practice has been acknowledge/won awards over the years from the RACGP, AGPAL and most recently WAGPET. Natalie Watts, Director, Practice Manager has also won the AAPM practice manager of the year award twice.
The practice has provided training / teaching to a whole generation of doctors (40 years). It is a well-established practice with solid policies and procedures to support employed staff and contractors alike.