AMN is an Australian recruitment agency providing services to the public and private sectors. We are establish 1989 and have provided services to overseas GP, Nurses and medical specialist since 2001. Our network operates in the Australia and Tehran, Iran and we are expanding our network to the UK and Europe and commonwealth countries in future.

Having more than 20 years’ experience in the field Employment and Education, makes us enable to assist Iranian to find a job in overseas industry. We believe to know about Science, Technique, Language, Culture, Rules and regulations of foreign country is the best way for appropriate Employment. We have been successful in this way.




Australia is one of the most modern and developed country in the world with friendly people and extraordinary diversity of its landscape and different nationalities and religions. Australia is located in the southern hemisphere of Oceania, and it is under control of central government. Australia gets lack of its workers from the other countries, under special condition of Employment. Workers can use different kind of visa for working in Australia, such as: (Work and Holiday, Long Stay Visa for 4 years etc.). To do almost any kind of job workers need, confirmation from relevant organization (e.g.: GP must give confirmation from Australian Medical Council).

General practise overview in Australia                                                                                                                           

GENERAL practise has changed from an environment where doctors traditionally worked 60 or more hours a week in solo or small practices to one that allows for greater work-life balance and more medical teams

About 25,000 GPs work in Australia and most are vocationally registered. The average working week for GPs is 38.3 hours, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s Medical Labour Force Survey 2009.

According to the Balancing work , family and other lifestyle aspects study (Med J Aust, 4 October 2004), while students are committed to their profession, they are unwilling to work to the exclusion of all else.

To achieve a work-life balance, many are seeking employee position rather than starting their own businesses. This has led to growth in the corporate general practice business model, where doctors do not have to run the practice.

Practice Types

In a solo practice, a single doctor trades as a self-employed person and employs staff. Between 1999/2000 and 2006/07, the proportion og GPs in solo practices more than halved, from 19% to 8%. The proportion of practices comprising 2-4 GPs also fell sharply.

Most doctors work in group practices, with the proportion based in practices with five or more GPs jumping from almost 42% in 1999/2000 to 61% in 2009/10.

A partnership or associate agreement specifies the responsibilities of each doctor in the practice. Partners share income, expenses and patients equally, unless otherwise specified. Associates conduct separate practices but apply an agreed formula to sharing certain business-related expenses.

A corporate medical centre is a single, purpose-built surgery that employs GP contractors and often houses other medical services such as pathology, radiology and pharmacy. Several companies own multiple surgeries. They include Primary Heath Care, Independent Practitioner Network and Haelthscope. Practice nurses are common in Australia, with 81% of GPs working in a practice that employs nursing staff.

GP super clinics

Established under an Australian Government scheme, these are a new type of primary health care provider. To eventually be set up in 64 locations, they are designed to be large, one-stop practices  that provide multidisciplinary, team-based care from GPs, nurses, specialists, allied health professionals and other health professionals under the one roof.

The government has provided funding almost exclusively capital funding, with some amounts for relocation incentives – to doctors, healthcare professionals or other entities to established these clinics.

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