Urgent Care Doctor Job In New Zealand

Wellington Accident and Urgent Medical Centre, New Zealand

Wellington Accident and Urgent Medical Centre (WAMC) are seeking for urgent care doctor to join their team in Mount Cook, Wellington, New Zealand. For this position, Candidate is committed to delivering high-quality patient care. It must have ability to work 24 to 30 hours per week within a hospital. The ideal candidate must currently registered with medical council of New Zealand. This part-time job offer a salary range NZD 100,000 to NZD 200,000 per year. Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills to communicate with patients and their families. It have ability to work independently or in a multidisciplinary team. Apply now!

Qualifications for urgent care doctor:

  • Completion of medical school leading to an MD (Doctor of Medicine) or DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) degree.
  • Urgent care doctors complete a residency program in either family medicine, emergency medicine, or internal medicine. This training provides them with the skills necessary to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions.
  • Must obtain a state medical license to practice medicine legally.
  • Keeping up with advancements in medical knowledge and technology through continuing medical education (CME) courses is essential.

Responsibilities for urgent care doctor:

  • Assessing patients’ symptoms, medical history, and performing physical examinations to diagnose their conditions.
  • Providing appropriate medical treatment, which may include prescribing medications, ordering diagnostic tests.
  • Handling medical emergencies that may arise in the urgent care setting, such as allergic reactions, asthma attacks, or cardiac events, until patients can be transferred to a hospital if necessary.
  • Offering guidance on managing their conditions, explaining treatment plans, and providing preventive care recommendations.
  • Coordinating care with specialists, primary care physicians, and other healthcare providers to ensure comprehensive treatment for patients.
  •  Maintaining accurate medical records of patient encounters, including diagnoses, treatments, and follow-up instructions.


  • Urgent care doctors encounter a diverse range of medical conditions, providing them with valuable experience and the opportunity to continuously expand their medical knowledge.
  • Many urgent care facilities offer flexible scheduling, including evening and weekend shifts.
  • Urgent care doctors often have more direct interaction with patients compared to those in hospital settings, allowing for meaningful patient-provider relationships.
  •  The fast-paced nature of urgent care settings can be appealing to doctors who enjoy the challenge of quickly diagnosing and treating patients.
  •  Urgent care physicians typically receive competitive salaries and benefits packages, including health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off.
  •  With the increasing demand for convenient healthcare services, there’s a growing need for urgent care providers, providing job stability in the field.

Wellington Accident and Urgent Medical Centre (WAMC) has opportunities for 2 Doctors to join our perma

Wellington Accident and Urgent Medical Centre (WAMC) has opportunities for 2 Doctors to join our permanent team. The preferred candidate will be a RNZCUC fellow or advanced trainee with significant Urgent Care or Emergency Department experience and be able to work both independently and as part of a team.

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