The ANU Medical School offers a fully accredited four-year Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (MChD) (Medicinae ac Chirurgiae Doctoranda).
The integrated curriculum addresses four themes: Medical Sciences, Clinical Skills, Population Health, and Professionalism and Leadership. Contextual frameworks are interwoven in the above themes to provide graduates with working knowledge of social foundations of medicine, Indigenous health, rural and remote Australian health, and research.
The Medical School's Rural Clinical School organises placements for all students to undertake experiential learning and practice in regional, rural and remote healthcare facilities.
As the School is the only medical school in the ACT it enjoys partnerships with the Canberra Hospital and Calvary Health Care providing early and regular access to clinical teaching facilities.