Working at LWHC
Are you a GP who has an interest in women’s health?
The clinicians working in the Launceston Women’s Health Clinic are a group of GPs who have an interest in women’s health and have undertaken extra training in that area to enhance their skills. Most of us have worked in gynaecological clinics or family planning clinics whilst also working in general practice.
Doctors need to have either recognised prior experience or DRANZCOG or FPAA SRH Certificate.
Doctors need to show a commitment to continuing education in women’s health by:
- Being part of Peer Group Learning led by the Clinical Director
All doctors working in the women’s health clinic are expected to be involved in providing:
- IUD assessment and ongoing care and are preferably IUD inserters.
- MTOP and must complete MS 2 Step online training prior to commencement in the Clinic.
- No prior experience in providing MTOP is required to starting in the Clinic.
The services we provide in the clinic include can be found here: https://launcestonwhc.com.au/services/
LWHC provides all aspects of female specific health care.
We have a strong commitment to working with GPs in our community. We work in a collaborative fashion and work closely with allied health professionals. and our aim is to provide either assessment or assessment and management of women’s health conditions whilst working in collaboration with their regular GP.
LWHC is a collegial working environment with a strong emphasis on support with a team headed up by Clinical Director Dr Sue Mallett, and Manager of Clinical Services Kath Hinde who have both worked in women’s health for many years.
LWHC is a private billing practice, offering longer appointments.
WomanKind is our sister, for purpose organisation that supports vulnerable women at a local and international level. All our staff are encouraged to be part of WomanKind.
What’s on offer?
We are a close-knit team who enjoy working together.
We recognise that doctors working part time in our clinic are often juggling many roles. Part of our initial induction is to provide comprehensive training and ongoing support to develop skills in areas such as prolapse and continence management, IUDs, menopause, and MTOP.
We also have robust management systems in place to ensure continuity of care over a workforce that works predominantly part time.
Clinic hours range from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.
Doctors are contracted and renumeration is 65% of fees.
For further information or to apply, please contact either: