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International Doctors Information
The Adelaide Community Healthcare Alliance Incorporated (ACHA) is a leading private hospital organisation in
Eligibility Criteria to Practice as a Medical Practitioner in
We are governed by the guidelines provided by the Australian Commonwealth Government’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship and the Australian Medical Council on eligibility to practice as a medical practitioner in
Further information on eligibility criteria can be sourced from the following websites:
Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) - Doctor Visa information http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/medical-practitioners/doctors.htm
Department of Health and Ageing
Australian Medical Council www.amc.org.au
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s):
Can I receive supervised practice at ACHA as a Medical Officer?
ACHA is unable to provide supervised practise for international Doctors.
What Medical Officers are employed by ACHA?
Each of the three ACHA hospitals employs medical officers. These medical officers are classified as Salaried Medical Officers (SMO).
SMO’s are primarily employed to support patient care prescribed by Visiting Medical Officers (Specialists) within specific specialty units, and to provide emergency care to all other patients in the ACHA hospitals.
Can I receive assistance with a Visa?
If you are offered a position with ACHA as a SMO we are happy to support an application
All of our Salaried Medical Officer vacancies are posted to our job board