1022 Heidelberg-Kinglake Road, Hurstbridge, VIC 3099
We believe our people are the key to our success, and we foster a supportive, friendly, respectful, creative and multi-cultural working environment.
Our business philosophy is that we learn from each other, celebrate each other’s successes, and achieve great results by working together.
We are interested in attracting the most talented, experienced and committed people to work with us.
If you are passionate about healthcare and making a difference, we encourage you to send us your resume for any future vacancies that may arise.
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East Victoria General Practitioners Training
HMC is an accredited Supervising practice for Registrars.
Our clinic is committed to educating future clinical staff. Dr Anna Kelly and Dr Kristen Macaulay have recently taken on the role of GP supervisors for EVGPT registrars. We believe HMC provides a wide range of clinical experience for registrars and provides a very supportive environment to learn. We encourage potential registrars to contact current or past registrars to discuss their experiences.
Melbourne University medical students
As part of our commitment to educating future doctors, we host medical student’s clinical placement from Melbourne University where students are able to observe how a general practitioner runs a consultation. The student then discusses the clinical findings including history, examination, investigation and management.
Dr Tiro Othomile is the primary supervisor for medical students.
*Consent is taken from patients if there is a medical student in the room with the doctor.
HMC to host Bachelor of Nursing students (La Trobe Uni)
HMC has partnered with La Trobe University (College of Science Health & Engineering) to host their students for their placement to fulfil their clinical requirement to be able to help our community as registered Nurses.
Students will shadow our DIV 1 Nurses and will observe and participate in the clinical work carried in a general practice. They will have opportunities to integrate and apply biomedical, behavioural and social approaches in provision of person centred care for individuals and communities.
Nurse Kelly Watts is the primary supervisor for nursing students, assisted by Lauren Kelly and Jo Conlon.