The SE NSW Regional Training HUB

Bega Hospital

The SE NSW Regional Training HUB is a new feature of the Rural Clinical School, creating opportunities for ANU Medical School students to continue prevocational and vocational training in rural Australia. We assist students and junior doctors with rural career support, and assistance with rural Internship, Resident and Registrar training positions.

The SE NSW Regional Training HUB supports the region of SENSW, encompassing Cowra, Young, Bega, Cooma, Batemans Bay and Goulburn. There are exciting opportunities in many specialities throughout this region and within rural Australia. The HUB is applying for new specialist positions in regional hospitals, supporting supervisors and partnering with LHDs, health services and training organisation to ensure junior doctors thrive in rural medicine.

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