Current available posts are listed below.

Please contact us for more information if you have any questions at:

We believe the benefits of working at North East Family Medicine are:


Work/Life Balance

“You will never feel truly satisfied by work until you are satisfied by life.”

Wangaratta is widely recognised as offering a quality lifestyle for anyone. Here you can enjoy life at the perfect pace, balancing family and career aspirations in a vibrant, safe, progressive and caring community.

Wangaratta is a:

  • Hub for recreational, commercial, educational, tourism and health facilities, including regional private and public hospitals.
  • Home to major manufacturing, transport and distribution activities and is regional headquarters for several state government agencies.
  • Families can choose from a variety of educational opportunities in the region including many childcare and kindergarten services, twenty primary schools, a specialist school and three secondary schools along with a TAFE Institute.
  • Region is home to local produce, restaurants, world class wines, distilleries and breweries.
  • Sports and Recreation – Options are abundant in the region around Wangaratta.
  • Bike trails can be found from the centre of town.
  • A number National Parks are as close as 10 minutes from Wangaratta and are fantastic for hiking and biking.
  • Alpine region for snow sports is nearby, with Mt Hotham and Falls Creek around 1-2 hrs away.
  • Lakes and rivers provide ample opportunities for water sports and fishing.
  • Local sports clubs/leagues for adults and children include Aussie Rules football, Netball, Cricket, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Football (soccer), shooting, Squash, lawn bowls, pickle ball, athletics, swimming. Gyms can be found throughout town.

We try to help accommodate for family, personal and study commitments with flexible working arrangements, where possible. Our aim is for everyone in our team to feel that they have rewarding and meaningful work, but that work is not their entire life.



“You can’t solve a problem on the same level that it was created. You have to rise above it to the next level.”

Since we opened in 2018, we’ve strived to continue to be innovative, not just with our patient care but also with the administrative team. Ways we have done this include:

  • The latest Best Practice software
  • E-prescriptions
  • AutoMed systems, for online bookings and automation of processes
  • Remote Desktop access
  • Use of Point-of-Care ultrasound in a general practice setting
  • Telehealth consultations, in primary care with our patients and with specialists from Melbourne or Interstate.
  • Creating sub- specialist interests/clinics such as Antenatal or Skin Clinics, all within the framework of NEFM


Benefits for Administrative Team

“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”

We pride ourselves on creating supportive and fun workplace through:

  • Regular staff meetings, that involve all members of the team, where we discuss systems, work through any problems and recognise wins with the whole team
  • A problem-solution mentality, where we work together with our staff to overcome hurdles, barriers and problems that we may encounter.
  • We provide the opportunity for all of our staff to be involved with helping to drive the growth and direction of this practice.
  • The offer of further education to further their career, whether this is through courses provide by Murray PHN (such as Medical Triage, Communicating with Patients, Infection Control) or external sources
  • Regular training in Basic life support is provided
  • Easy communication between all the members of the team
  • Regular social events to improve team morale.


Benefits for Medical /Nursing Team

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”

There are many benefits of working at NEFM within our medical and nursing team.

These include:

  • Current DPA/bonded medical region
  • No hospital on call
  • Limited on call roster with minimal after hour consultants
  • Work as an employee, with sick and annual leave provided
  • Open door policy between all our staff to be able to seek support when needed
  • Ability to work on and develop sub-speciality skills through post graduate studies. These skills can be used to focus your practice through the clinic.
  • Training and Development through Weekly teaching with medical and nursing staff, provided by our team, local specialist and local allied health practitioners.
  • Regular training in Basic life support is provided
  • Paid educational leave to attend conferences or workshops, for your professional development.
  • Opportunities for further education opportunities into topics such as the Medicare Billing, Chronic disease management, radiology etc. Murray PHN provide sessions for both medical and nursing staff.
  • Ability to shape the future of the medical workforce through teaching, supervising and mentoring of medical students and registrars.


We are proud to be a teaching clinic for GP Registrars through MCCC.

Our team consists of 3 medical educators, which gives us a great intimate knowledge of current and future specialist GP training.

We have a strong open-door policy between all of our doctors: to ask questions, support of decision or seek second opinions.

We have strong links with local specialist in multiple areas so can help you with any knowledge gaps.

We offer individual educational sessions with supervisors, in addition to our in-house weekly education session. These are provided by local specialists, allied health or our own team.

We offer paid study leave allowing you to attend courses or conferences that will be beneficial for your future in medicine.

We offered expertise and opportunities for further learning in:

  • Shared Obstetric Care
  • Sports Medicine
  • Paediatrics
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Skin Cancer treatments

If you would like to discuss the opportunity of joining us as a registrar, please contact the clinic on (03) 5723 5400 or email us:

We have an exciting opportunity for a recent school leaver to join our clinic for a gap year position as a medical administrator/receptionist.

You will be the first friendly face welcoming patients to our clinic and your duties will include providing administrative support such as answering phone calls, booking appointments, patient service/support, data entry, assisting with our social media page and helping our doctors.

This will be a full-time position for 38 hours per week, 5 day per week. The successful candidate will show an interest in healthcare, be reliable, friendly, energetic, outgoing, good communicator with a good phone manner, show a willingness to learn and have a team player attitude. It is a diverse role with opportunity to gain experience in all areas of customer service and administration/health care.

This role would be ideally suited to a school leaver looking to enter the workforce or planning a gap year before further study. We are looking for someone to start in January/February 2022 for a 12-month period (this start date can be negotiated).

Please send through a cover letter, explaining why you want to work with our team and what you want to get out of this year, along with your resume through to

If you have any questions, please contact our team on 03 5723 5400 or email us.

Closing date: 20th September, 2021.

Interviews will be held during Term 3 school Holidays.