We would suggest somebody is making a lot of money out of “medical cannabis” if they can afford to hire a GP for a sum like this.
This whilst recreational users are criminalized for the smallest amount of possession in Australia
The site is https://www.mpdapto.com.au/
Here are the the screenshots
Note ,how, at no point are you aware of costs from looking at the website .. we challenge you to find any pricing before making a call where a sell is presented as medical advice
How come the guy who sells a baggie of weed is a drug dealer but these people aren’t .. and if the guy is selling baggies of good old school Aussie bush weed we’d suggest he’s selling a healthier product than industrialised “medicinal weed” which if you look at the current literature in the US is quickly going out of style.
Here’s the ad..
An exciting opportunity exists for a full or part-time vocationally registered General Practitioner to join our thriving practice on the NSW South Coast. Located in a growth corridor just 15 minutes south of Wollongong, we are seeking applications from GP’s interested in growing their patient base in a contemporary, professional and supportive setting. As our practice incorporates a specialist medicinal cannabis clinic, there is also an opportunity for GP’s joining us to expand their scope of practice into this innovative and increasingly popular area of medicine, if they so wish.
About the Role
- We are seeking a vocationally registered General Practitioner looking for full or part time work with the option of also treating eligible patients with medicinal cannabis.
- Our practice is mixed billed, and we offer 70% of billings, along with other great incentives such as flexible work arrangements, comprehensive administrative support and ongoing professional development and education.
- Our practice is in a growth corridor, providing a large volume of patients with a diverse range of health concerns.
- Our practice is two years young, which means our staff enjoy working in a contemporary space that has been thoughtfully fit out and includes nurse support, two well equipped treatment rooms and other allied health services.
Vocational Registration (Essential)
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration and with approval to work in Australia (Essential)
An interest in treating patients with medicinal cannabis (Optional)