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Position for General Dermatologist in New Zealand

The beautiful city of Tauranga, New Zealand

A position for a General Dermatologist has become available within a prominent, progressive, multi disciplinary dermatology group practice located in the beautiful city of Tauranga, New Zealand.

SkinCentre consultants include Dr Paul Salmon, Dr Neil Mortimer, Dr Sandra Winhoven Dr Susan Simpkin and Dr Louise Cutts who together provide a comprehensive dermatology service.

The Skin Centre has an established, busy referral base. Facilities include purpose built rooms including a fully equipped day stay theatre. Services provided at the Skin Centre include Phototherapy, Patch Testing and Digital Dermoscopy, advanced dermatologic surgery and Mohs Micrographic Surgery.

The work includes mostly private dermatology with a collegial relationship with SkinCentre doctors across the country. The position is negotiable from 5/10ths to 10/10ths.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking for an opportunity to work overseas, with state-of-the-art surroundings, excellent remuneration and a work and family life balance.

Please send a copy of your CV, an outline of your interests and goals, and names of three referees to: Attention Megan Pakes; email: [email protected]



Incredible Dermatology Practice Opportunity

Dunedin, New Zealand

A busy, established surgical and medical dermatology practice in Dunedin is being offered. The current dermatologist, Dr Matthew Strack, has worked in this practice for twenty five years. The practice is based at the Marinoto Clinic wing of the Mercy Hospital in Dunedin, and the office looks out to a large planting of native bush.

The practice is offered as a going concern. Currently a pulsed dye laser and a Qswitched laser are being operated within the practice and these could be negotiated separately. Patients are seen from a wide area encompassing much of the lower half of the South Island. There is strong demand for dermatology services in Dunedin and ample opportunity.

Dunedin offers many opportunities with excellent schooling and, of course, Otago University. Dunedin is also the gateway to Central Otago, where, as a family we have spent many happy summers.

A successful applicant would need to have New Zealand specialist registration as a dermatologist, or be close to completing such a qualification, or an equivalent qualification that would be recognised by the New Zealand Medical Council.

For more information please contact Dr Matthew Strack, Email:

[email protected]






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