• Nidjalla Waangan Mia Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Centre
  • Vocationally Registered GP, Newly-fellowed GP, GP Registrar
  • Full-time or part-time
  • Mandurah, Western Australia

GP Down South operate two GP practices in Mandurah:

Nidjalla Waangan Mia Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Centre, and, Peel Youth Medical Service

Due to increasing demand for our services, we offer a unique and rewarding opportunity for GPs to work at either or across both practices, offering very different professional experiences within youth health and Aboriginal health services.

Nidjalla Waangan Mia Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Centre

Nidjalla Waangan Mia delivers culturally sensitive medical services and other health and wellbeing supports to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Mandurah region. The service is a long standing and recognised practice in the local community. Nidjalla Waangan Mia is located next door to the Peel Health Campus and is a 5-minute drive from the Peel Health Hub. The service operates under a holistic shared care model that includes the nurse led Nidjalla Waangan Mia practice, incorporating Care Coordination, Outreach supports, dental, podiatry, sexual health nurse and pediatrician services. You will be well supported and part of a friendly and dedicated team of nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers, sexual health nurse, Outreach workers, a Care Coordinator, specialist practitioners and admin staff. The team works closely with community outreach programs and other services in Mandurah, and being part of GP down south has strong referral and support pathways to the services offered at the Peel Health Hub. The service delivers exceptional supports to our clients and the community.


Peel Youth Medical Service (Peel Health Hub)

Peel Youth Medical Service is a bulk billing GP practice located within the Peel Health Hub that is developed around a holistic model of care, focusing on young people aged 12-25 experiencing a range of health, mental health, sexual health and AOD issues. We aim to assist through therapeutic relationships based on ongoing care and counselling.

You will be directly supported by a professional administration team, experienced practice nurses, passionate GPs, a mental health nurse, clinical care coordinators, psychologists, social workers and counsellors as well as an Adolescent Physician working on site. Additional support services are located within the Peel Health Hub including child and adolescent mental health (CAAMHS) Alcohol and drug counselling, domestic violence and sexual assault supports, and youth training providers. All services within the Hub work collaboratively within established referral and shared care pathways to ensure people accessing our services receive the best possible support and care.

The Peel Youth Medical Service offers a modern, bright workplace, excellent consult rooms, dedicated nursing support and free parking onsite. It is a 5-minute walk from the Mandurah train station, making the commute very easy and hassle free.

Hours of work

Flexible times and days available.

Opening hours: 8.30 am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Weekends: Closed


Type of Contract

Contracted Employment

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Vocationally Registered (VR)
  • Fellowship of RACGP
  • Proven Experience as General Practitioner
  • Strong ability to triage and multitask
  • Relevant client caseload management experience
  • Knowledge and experience of Medicare billing practices
  • Understanding of Aboriginal Culture, values, Health issues and Social determinants or willingness to complete cultural awareness training
  • Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Willingness to practice according to the RACGP standards.


  • Current knowledge of principles and practices of Equal Opportunity and Occupational Safety and Health and how these impact on employment service delivery
  • Clinical experience in an Aboriginal Medical Service
  • Knowledge of Best Practice software systems.

About the practice:

Nidjalla Waangan Mia has been the health and wellbeing centre for the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Peel region since 2010, providing culturally appropriate services.

Located on Lakes Road in Mandurah, NWM delivers range of culturally appropriate services to the local Aboriginal community. Services include GP clinics, Practice Nurse services, podiatry and diabetes education, health promotion and wellness activities, chronic disease management, dental, care coordination, outreach and family support and visiting specialists. NWM is accredited against the RACGP’s General Practice Standards.

NWM delivers a range of programs through State and Commonwealth initiatives, including Strengthening Aboriginal Health Program, Integrated Team Care program, and the Comprehensive Primary Health Care Services. Mainstream general practices and health organisations can refer their eligible clients into these programs.

NWM was presented the ‘Achieving better health outcomes for Aboriginal people’ at the WA Health Excellence Awards in 2015, was runner up in the 2018 ‘AGPAL Aboriginal Medical Service of the Year’ award and winner of the 2019 Health Consumers Councils Awards for Excellence, in the Health Organisation category.

Demand is high for the services and we offer the opportunity for GPs looking to expand their professional interests to join our team at either or both practices.

Please call Paul Loseby – GP down south Regional Manager Peel for further information: 0417 985 067.

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