Employment Opportunities at WNSW PHN

WNSW PHN is an agile and high performing organisation that responds to the identified needs of the community, Commonwealth and State health policy, and the development needs of primary health care providers.

HealthPathways Clinical Editor

Location: Dubbo, Orange, Bathurst or Broken Hill

General Practitioner required – casual hours. Contractor agreement to 30 June 2025

Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is currently seeking a General Practitioner to join our team.

WNSW PHN funds a range of health services and programs to improve access to care and better health for our communities.

HealthPathways is an initiative between primary and secondary health providers in developing sustainable, clear, concise and localised clinical care pathways from a whole-of-system perspective. The aims of this program are to:

  • Achieve new and innovative systems that will keep people healthy and out of hospital.
  • Assist patients to be cared for and remain healthy within their communities.
  • Facilitate the access and delivery of quality clinical services to patients by primary care providers in a timely and coordinated manner.

The HealthPathways Clinical Editor develops and localises pathways, engaging with subject matter experts to gather, edit, validate and maintain clinical content.

Working closely with the Health Pathways Manager and Clinical Leads, this position will focus on the relevance of content for localisation of assessment, management and referral pathways for use by local GPs, medical specialists and allied health services via the HealthPathways web portal.

Applying for this role

If you have any questions about this position after you have read this document, please contact Sonya Berryman on 0417 810 234.

Applications should be submitted via email by 11.59pm 8 April 2024 to: hr@wnswphn.org.au

WNSW PHN is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

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