Nganampa Health Council regularly needs locum Registered Nurses and Midwives with current clinical experience, including acute medicine and A&E, proven communication skills and a commitment to work as part of a vibrant multi-disciplinary health team in a cross-cultural setting throughout this year. Nganampa Health Council is an Aboriginal community controlled organisation with a national reputation for excellence in research, collaborative program development and professional management.

The clinics are modern facilities staffed by a multidisciplinary team comprising of Anangu Health Workers, Nurses and experienced Medical Officers, supported by Programme Coordinators to provide clinical care to each local community.

Transport and accommodation to and from locum positions are paid by NHC. Generous staff allowances and salary packaging are paid and rent-free housing provided.

Locum CHRNs relieve CHRNs on leave and fill nurse vacancies in clinics. The length of contracts is flexible, negotiable and can be between 3 – 8 weeks.

Call Vivien Hammond on 08 8954 9044 for further information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Nganampa Health Region
Umuwa Office
tel: (08) 8954 9040
fax: (08) 8956 7850
Alice Springs Office
3 Wilkinson Street
tel: (08) 8952 5300
fax: (08) 8952 2299
postal: PO Box 2232, Alice Springs, NT, 0871
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