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This practice is seeking a compassionate GP or NP to take on a permanent role commencing July 2023. The ideal candidate is a team-focused person with strong family values and a desire to provide the utmost quality of care to their patients. The practice has a strong and ethical team of experienced staff.

The role includes working a minimum of 3 days per week, ideally working 5 days. The role does include some on-call, on a roster basis with 2 other GP practices, averaging 3 days per month.


This practice aims to provide accessible and affordable healthcare services to the people of Opotiki and the surrounding areas. The organization employs a team of healthcare professionals who are committed to promoting the health and well-being of their patients.

In addition to its clinical services, the practice also engages in community outreach, working to raise awareness of health issues and to educate a healthy lifestyle and prevention medicine. The organisation is also committed to working in partnership with other healthcare providers and community organizations to ensure that patients receive comprehensive and coordinated care.


Opotiki is a town located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, in the Bay of Plenty region. It has a population of just under 10,000 people and is situated at the mouth of the Otara River.

Opotiki is known for its stunning natural beauty, with pristine beaches, native bush, and rugged mountains in the surrounding area. The town itself has a charming, laid-back atmosphere and a range of amenities, including cafes, restaurants, and shops.

One of the main attractions in Opotiki is the Motu Trails, a network of cycle and walking tracks that wind through the region’s stunning landscapes, including the Motu River, Pakihi Track, and Dunes Trail.

It’s also home to a rich Maori cultural heritage, with several historic sites and museums showcasing the area’s history and traditions. The town is situated near the edge of Te Urewera National Park, which is home to the Tuhoe people, one of New Zealand’s largest Maori tribes.

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