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General Practitioners do make a difference…

Youth Projects is seeking expressions of interest from General Practitioners to join its Living Room Primary Health Care Service which delivers holistic health care to Melbourne’s most disadvantaged.   Established as a program of Youth Projects in 2003, the Living Room Primary Health Service includes a bulk billing medical practice and a range of innovative allied health services within a social model of health.

This is a rare opportunity to work in a high profile service where you can be involved in the provision of innovative health services to individuals with complex healthcare needs.  The role works in a dynamic inner city location and helps change the lives of those in most need.

We are offering:
– Generous salary packaging
– Experienced clinic reception and practice administrative support
– Professional Development opportunities including becoming a registered Pharmacotherapy prescriber and hepatitis S100 prescriber
– Access to highly qualified and motivated multidisciplinary team based in the Clinic including:
– Practice nurse both in-house and RDNS outreach capacity
– Mental Health Nurse
– Dual Diagnosis Counsellor
– Mental Health Occupational Therapist
– Community development team for care coordination

– Allied Health including Hepatitis Nurse, podiatry, dietetics, optometry and social support services

Youth Projects provides not-for-profit salary packaging, ongoing professional development opportunities, and regular clinical supervision. We also offer an Employee Assistance Program and being part of a supportive and inclusive community-based team.

To apply, please send applications to and include a Resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria as outlined in the position description.

Applications close Monday 18 September 2017.

For further information please contact Donna Williamson, Clinical Services Coordinator, Youth Projects, on 9304 9100.

  • Youth Projects is an equal opportunity employer.
  • Youth Projects has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the provision of a child-safe organisation.
  • Youth Projects actively encourages and welcomes applications from candidates with a disability, culturally and linguistically backgrounds and indigenous candidates