GP career opportunities

At East Tamaki Healthcare (ETHC), we work actively to provide not only the best healthcare environment for our patients and their families, but also the best working environment for the most dedicated, innovative and qualified professionals in healthcare. Development of quality processes and safety of medical practice has been a focus of the medical leadership within ETHC.
ETHC is recognised by the:
  • University of Auckland and University of Otago medical schools as a training institute for undergraduate medical students,
  • Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) to run a Registrar Program and
  • Manukau Institute of Technology as a training institute for Nurse Graduates.
This allows trainees to experience real life general practice under the guidance of senior general practitioners, in systems recognised as the model of health delivery for the future.
ETHC staff take collective responsibility for the professional growth of all staff and have supported doctors to graduate as fellows of the RNZCGP through the training programme.

Supportive administration

ETHC’s values-based care model and collaborative team approach organisation-wide translate into a highly supportive environment for staff and physicians. As an organisation, we are fundamentally committed to learning and best practices.

A community setting

Our clinics are in communities in South, West and Central Auckland. These community settings in high needs areas offer great opportunities for physicians and health professionals to be exposed to and treat a wide range of medical conditions.
Useful links 

For doctors wanting to practise in New Zealand:
Incentive package for GPEP1 registrars

Registrars now have two training programme options at ETHC: the standard programme OR a new incentive package supporting advanced mental health and addictions skills. Read more about our new fully funded two-year registrar 
training package.

ETHC trains student nurses and 2nd year medical students right through to 6th year trainee interns.

We support and mentor both General Practice Education Programme Year 1 (GPEP1) and GPEP2 registrars. 
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