General practitioners (GPs) and medical doctors
Preventable diseases cause high levels of mortality and morbidity in many of the countries where we work, with remote or rural communities often left unsupported. You could help strengthen primary care, improve referral, and help widen access to treatment. You’ll carry out consultations, treatments and healthcare visits.
You’ll be a qualified and registered general practitioner with at least two years post-qualification experience. Minor surgery and knowledge of tropical medicine, reproductive health, maternal and child health, or HIV and AIDS is desirable. Teaching, training and management experience is especially useful.
You could be working in countries like Uganda, Malawi and Tanzania.