The Australian healthcare system is complex. Mental health services are delivered across a range of settings by a variety of providers. Mental health service providers are located in GP surgeries, community managed organisations, schools, aged care services, and private and public health settings. Funding comes from a combination of state, national, insurance and out of pocket sources.
Services provide support for people with mental health conditions in their efforts for recovery. They also assist families and carers, who provide significant informal supports for their loved ones.
A range of mental health-related services are provided in Australia by various levels of government. The Australian Government funds consultations with specialist medical practitioners, general practitioners (GPs), psychologists and other allied health practitioners through the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS), other primary mental health services through the Primary Health Networks and support for psychosocial disabilities through the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Access to psychiatrists, psychologists and other allied health professionals may, dependent on eligibility, be subsidised through initiatives such as Better Access initiative through the preparation of a Mental Health Treatment Plan by a GP. State and territory governments provide mental health services including through public hospitals, including emergency departments, residential mental health care and community mental health care services. Source: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and NSW Ministry of Health
HealthStaff Recruitment works closely with Hospitals and Mental Health Services throughout Australia and assist with the recruitment of Mental Health Nurses, Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Allied Health Professionals with a mental health background i.e. Social Workers and Occupational Therapists.
We are seeking Mental Health Nurses and Allied Health Professionals for the following clinical settings:
· Acute inpatient setting, including acute/observation unit,
· Mental Health Intensive Care Unit (MHICU),
· Psychiatric Emergency Care Centre (PECC),
· Inpatient Older Persons Mental Health (OPMH),
· Inpatient Mental Health rehabilitation
· Child and Adolescent
· Community Mental Health
Base Annual Salary between $70,000 and $90,000 based on full time employment
Please contact John or Rupali on one of our free call numbers for a confidential discussion or email your CV to: [email protected], and we will contact you within 24 hours.
Our service is Free for all candidates. HealthStaff Recruitment will guide you during the entire process of your registration and visa applications.
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