The Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) encompasses three major healthcare facilities and several community-based services:

  • Flinders Medical Centre (FMC)
    A renowned tertiary teaching hospital in Bedford Park, FMC offers diverse clinical experiences. It is at the heart of medical innovation and research, closely affiliated with Flinders University.

  • Noarlunga Hospital (NH)
    Located a 15 minute drive from FMC, Noarlunga Hospital is a 140 bed facility with its own emergency department. It provides essential inpatient, ambulatory and outpatient services to the southern region of Adelaide.

  • Repat Health Precinct (RHP)
    Located at Daw Park, RHP is a hub of excellence in rehabilitation and mental health services, making a difference in the lives of our patients every day.

  • GP Plus
    Locations within SALHN catchment include:

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International doctors (medical graduates) looking to work in South Australia

Begin your professional journey at SALHN, an excellent starting point for a rewarding career.

Nestled south of Adelaide, this location offers more than just career opportunities. It provides a picturesque backdrop with its proximity to stunning yellow sand beaches, and the renowned McLaren Vale wine region.

Imagine working in an environment where your daily commute could involve a leisurely drive through vineyards, or a relaxing walk along the shores of pristine beaches.

This unique combination of professional growth and natural beauty makes SALHN an ideal destination for those seeking a fulfilling career amidst the charm of South Australia's landscapes.

A wealth of opportunities awaits doctors in their second or third foundational years (FY3) and beyond. Boasting a competitive salary (after tax approx. £4,000 or $7,500 per month) and an enviable work-life balance, SALHN emerges as an enticing choice for medical professionals.

The organisation not only supports career growth, but also prioritises the wellbeing of its staff.

Further information

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