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Eastern Melbourne PHN (EMPHN) is one of the major commissioners of federally-funded health care services in Melbourne, with responsibility for improving the primary healthcare system.  We do this by facilitating health system improvements for people in Eastern and North Eastern Melbourne.

We are an innovative organisation working in a dynamic and changing sector. This means that we frequently have new opportunities for existing employees and to bring new people into our team. 

Some of the benefits our employees receive include:

  • working in a professional team committed to making a difference;
  • a focus on employee health and well-being, including access to flexible working conditions to facilitate work / life balance, access to an Employee Assistance Program and other initiatives such as annual flu vaccinations, social club activities, etc. 
  • competitive remuneration and other benefits, including access to not-for profit salary packaging

We are interested in attracting the most talented, experienced and committed people to work with us in improving the primary healthcare system.

Listed below are our current opportunities to work at EMPHN. 

If you are passionate about healthcare and making a difference, we encourage you to apply. 

To find out further information or to apply for any of the below positions please contact

Current Opportunities

Integration Facilitator – Sector Capacity

EMPHN is currently seeking a Facilitator – Sector Capacity to develop, lead and implement projects that promote and enhance the fundamental role of general practice in the coordination and delivery of primary health care across the region.  The position will support a range of improvement in primary care projects with an initial focus on projects in after hours care. 

This is a full time position.

Further information can be found in the position description.

GP Clinical Editor – HealthPathways Melbourne

EMPHN is looking for a GP Clinical Editor who will be responsible for leading the development of prioritised Clinical Pathways that are relevant and evidence based to support clinical decision making and improve awareness of appropriate specialist, community and allied health services.  This position will also be essential in working with staff and stakeholders to promote and advocate for clinical pathways across the region. 

This is a contract position for approx. 8 hours per week (2 x 4 hour days) to 30 June 2019.

Further information can be found in the position description.