Known in some countries as Internal Medicine, the Australian and New Zealand systems use the umbrella term “General Medicine” to describe the practice of Medicine in adult patients, including the following subspecialties:

  • Allergy/Immunology

  • Cardiology

  • Clinical Genetics

  • Dermatology

  • Endocrinology

  • Gastroenterology

  • General Internal Medicine

  • Geriatric Medicine

  • Haematology

  • Infectious Diseases

  • Medical Oncology

  • Nephrology

  • Neurology

  • Nuclear Medicine

  • Occupational Health

  • Palliative Medicine

  • Public Health Medicine

  • Rehabilitation Medicine

  • Respiratory Medicine

  • Rheumatology

  • Sexual Health

  • Sports Medicine

Australia and New Zealand are well known around the world for having modern and progressive protocols and guidelines that govern the overall practice of Medicine. In addition, Australia is renowned for being at the forefront of technological advances in Internal Medicine, particularly in interventional cardiology (PCI), imaging techniques and interventional neurology.

Enhanced funding has ensured that facilities in Australia and New Zealand maintain cutting edge technology and access to the latest equipment and machinery. Training through the Royal Australasian College of Physicians is recognised as one of the most comprehensive programs in the world. Furthermore, it is highly accessible for overseas trained doctors to join.

Permanent and locum General Medicine doctors, along with many of the major subspecialties, are in high demand in Australia and New Zealand. Positions are available across all seniority levels, with exciting opportunities available in both metropolitan and regional locations.

IMR LocumBank are experts in the assessment and regulatory processes required for overseas trained Physicians, including:

Register now for access to the latest permanent and locum Medicine jobs in Australia and New Zealand, or to consult with one of our Medical Recruitment Specialists.


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