Ballarat Group Practice is proudly the largest regional accredited teaching medical practice for GP Registrars in Western Victoria. General Practitioners play an important role within the community. They are the first port of call for anyone who falls ill and it is important that general practitioners continue to enhance, teach and train future health professionals. Doctors at Ballarat Group Practice are dedicated to supporting and assisting our GP Registrars to develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours necessary to function as confident, independent general practitioners.
Registrars gain valuable practical experience in different training locations, including hospitals, rural and urban practices, and specialised medical centres. They also have the opportunity to acquire experience in extended skills/advanced specialised training, procedural general practice and academic posts.
Having registrars work alongside established doctors not only keeps the practice open to new ideas and methods but encourages the doctors and the practice organisation to remain at the forefront of contemporary practice.
In 2019 Ballarat Group Practice welcomes 6 GP Registrars over three locations. They are qualified Medical Practitioners who have completed their medical degrees and have worked many years often within the local hospital system.
Supervisors, GP Registrars: Dr. Elizabeth Ellis; Dr. Susan Lyons; Dr. Henry Plange; and Dr. Chris Ryan
Coordinator, Deakin & Melbourne Universities: Dr. Rimas Liubinas
Coordinator, Melbourne University: Dr. Robert Campbell
1730A Sturt St, Alfredton: Dr. Natasha Lambert; Dr. Jordan Mayston; and Dr. Matthew Nigro
1021 Howitt St: Dr. Ammar Al-Abdali
63 Victoria St: Dr. Emily Doyle; Dr. Camilla Sleeth; and Dr. Courtney Wall
All Registrars will be accepting new patients at the following locations.
The Ballarat Group Practice accepts applicants from the following programs:
MCCC.com.au VMA - Victorian Metropolitan Alliance - General Practice; Melbourne University; Deakin University
We offer a professional, well-supervised educational placement to assist you in developing skills, knowledge and behaviours necessary to function as confident, independent general practitioners. You will have access to, and professional support from the WestVic Primary Health Network and the wide range of activities and services they offer, including their CME programs and meetings.
Ballarat Group Practice is also involved in an active antenatal shared care program with Ballarat Health Services and has good working relationships with other local medical and service providers.
For enquiries about our graduate program or vacancies, follow the link below.