Victorian junior doctors' legal claim for lost wages

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Doctors-in-training across Victoria have come together to file class actions against the state’s health services for systemic and widespread underpayment of wages.

The first claim, against Peninsula Health, has been filed in the Federal Court of Australia. Further actions against other health services are expected to be lodged over the coming months unless a resolution with the State Government and the health services can be achieved.

The class actions are being led by a group of doctors-in-training, together with their representative body, the Victorian Branch of the Australian Salaried Medical Officers Federation (ASMOF). 

AMA Victoria is also supporting the action.

The claimants and ASMOF Victoria are represented by law firms, Gordon Legal and Hayden Stephens and Associates on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis.

Clients are looking to recover un-rostered and unpaid overtime payments for all impacted doctors-in-training.

Doctors-in-training who would like more information should contact AMA Victoria, ASMOF Victoria or Gordon Legal at gordonlegal.com.au

All information received will be kept confidential. 

If you are, or have been, a doctor-in-training in Victoria at any time since January 2015, you can register your interest to be a part of this group action by clicking the registration button at the top of this page. 

The information you provide will be kept strictly confidential and anonymous.  

Please also contact AMA Victoria’s Workplace Relations team on (03) 9280 8722 or email amavic@amavic.com.au if you have questions or concerns.  

Please, join with us in this push for reform.

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