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General Practice

PGPPP –

General Practice rotations in NSW

“Undertaking the post changed my view of General Practice – GP’s do not treat coughs and colds and completing the post in a rural setting gave me an opportunity to explore rural life which I enjoyed.” Dr Farooq Mohamed


What is PGPPP? The Prevocational General Practice Placements Program (PGPPP) is an Australian Federal Government initiative that provides hospital based junior doctors with an opportunity to experience a supervised General Practice placement as an accredited hospital rotation.

How does the program work? Junior doctors undertake a 10-11 week rotation with an accredited GP training practice seeing patients with on-site supervision from an experienced GP supervisor, weekly teaching sessions and education program. Like any other hospital rotation, it is an accredited hospital term and during the rotation the junior doctor remains an employee of the hospital.

7 1 Improve and acquire new skills: “This was a term that developed not only my confidence in patient management but also fine-tuned my clinical and interpersonal skills in diagnosing, interpreting and managing common medical problems.” Dr Stella Tang

2 Be a better specialist: “I never wanted to do General Practice and even now have my sights set on a different specialty. The things I have seen out here, however, have given me skills, experience and a better understanding of medicine that I wouldn’t have gained working solely in hospital.” Dr Sophia Berkemeler

3 Try something different: “With expert GP supervision and encouragement, as well as excellent teaching, I navigated through ten weeks’ worth of patients with all sorts of issues. It was hard to return to the relative drudgery of some of the hospital-based ward work.” Dr Andrew Palfreman

4 Benefit from individual mentoring “My PGPPP term…

‘encompassed more dedicated one on one teaching by passionate mentors on a vast range of medical subspecialties than any other medical terms I have experienced” Dr Stella Tang

Build your knowledge and confidence: “The term is not just extremely useful for those JMOs set on the path to GP training, it provides experience in how the vast majority of medicine is conducted.” Dr Andrew Palfreman

6 Dispel misconceptions: “Undertaking the post changed my view of General Practice – GP’s do not treat coughs and colds and completing the post in a rural setting gave me an opportunity to explore rural life which I enjoyed.” Dr Farooq Mohamed

5 Enjoy the collegiality: “My placement gave me the experience as seeing patients as people, and the patients seeing me as a doctor, rather than just a lowly JMO! It was really great and it felt like such an honour that patients had so much trust in me.” Dr Kiren Ramegowda


Who can/should participate in the program? All junior doctors who have not yet enrolled in a specialty training program should consider a PGPPP placement:•  Junior doctors not considering a career in General Practice and who have decided on another specialty career choice: Even for doctors not considering general practice as a career option, participating in the PGPPP program provides invaluable primary care experience providing a greater understanding of the specialist/ general practice interface as the two disciplines work collaboratively in the care of their patients. • Junior doctors who are not sure of their career plans: The PGPPP program can be an enlightening experience for many junior doctors, creating an opportunity to have a General Practice experience over and above undergraduate exposure and experience hands on primary and community based care. • Junior doctors already considering a career in General Practice: For doctors contemplating a career in General Practice, the PGPPP program provides an ideal opportunity to reaffirm that decision and to gather important referee contacts.

Who manages and delivers the PGPPP program? The PGPPP program is administered by the same organisation that administers the vocational Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program, General Practice Education & Training Ltd. At the regional level, these programs are delivered by Regional Training Providers (RTPs). All PGPPP placements are conducted in accredited GP training practices, with experienced GP supervisors, ensuring a quality training experience.

What supervision will I receive? A supervisor will be available on-site 100% of your placement. The amount of supervision you receive varies as you progress through several stages of learning. Supervision starts with stage 1, involving observation of your supervisor, and rapidly moves into you seeing your

own patients (stages 2-4). The level of supervision in stages 2-4 varies according to progression through the stages, which is determined by your supervisor’s and RTP Medical Education staff’s assessment of your capabilities. At any stage of supervision you will have access to the supervisor. In addition, at any stage there may be particular types of patients and presentations where a supervisor will be required to participate or observe the consultation.

What teaching will I receive? In addition to the informal teaching you will receive as part of your supervision, you will also receive one hour of structured teaching time each week. This may take many forms including group structured teaching sessions, one on one teaching with a supervisor, attendance at RTP educational workshops or hospital education sessions.

What other support is available to Junior Doctors? To support PGPPP Doctors during their rotations, each RTP has a dedicated Administration Officer to help manage and coordinate PGPPP terms and PGPPP Director of Pre-Vocational Education and Training (DPET) to oversee the PGPPP educational program and act as a liaison point for participants and hospital DPETs. RTPs provide funding for travel and accommodation required and PGPPP doctors have their own consulting room during their placement.

Where can I find out more or apply for a PGPPP term? To find out more about a particular PGPPP placement, visit the RTP’s website that manages that placement – see overleaf for a list of all the placements available in NSW. To apply for a PGPPP term, talk to your JMO Manager.


Where can I do a PGPPP placement? There is a wide range of PGPPP placements operating across NSW, with plans for further expansion in 2012. PGPPP placements are linked to hospital networks, with most hospital networks in NSW having PGPPP rotations available. PGPPP placements are managed by the Regional Training Provider (RTP) who delivers GP training in the area that the placement is located. To find out more a particular post in your network, visit the RTP website of the RTP that manages that placement. To discuss arranging a PGPPP term, talk to your JMO Manager. Please note: This information is subject to change. Always check with your JMO Manager for the most recent information.

Coolangatta 4

Ballina 9 Maclean 4 Inverell 6 Tamworth 12

Woolgoolga 13 Coffs Harbour 13 Port Macquarie 5

Scone 12

Dubbo 1

Newcastle 12 Charlestown 12 Wyoming 7

Orange 13 Cowra 13 Bathurst 13 Western Sydney 13 14 Lithgow 14 Sydney 2 4 5 8 9 12 Cootamundra 10 Bowral 2

Moss Vale 2 Bomaderry 11

Wagga Wagga 10 Gundagai 10 Cooma 15

Milton 11

Narooma 15

Bega 15 Canberra 15

Regional Training Provider (RTP)

Networks

Key The numbers in the map represent the CETI hospital network that placement is located within. The colours on the map represent the RTP who manages those posts. More information on each post can be found on the RTP’s website. Website

Beyond Medical Education

1, 13, 14

www.beyondmedical.com.au

CoastCityCountry GP Training

2, 8, 10, 11, 15

www.ccctraining.org

General Practice Training – valley to coast

7, 12

www.gptvtc.com.au

GP Synergy

2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12

www.gpsynergy.com.au

North Coast GP Training

4, 5, 9, 13

www.ncgpt.org.au

WentWest

13, 14

www.wentwest.com.au


Network 1 RPA, Balmain & Dubbo Hospitals Location:

Dubbo, NSW (Central NSW)

Profile available at:

Beyond Medical Education website: www.beyondmedical.com.au

Post at glance:

With a population of over 40,000 Dubbo is a thriving regional city with excellent air, road and train links. Located in the heart of Dubbo, the Dubbo Medical & Allied Health Group practice offers junior doctors a unique opportunity to enhance their procedural skills in a friendly, supportive practice.

Location:

Wellington (Dubbo), Central NSW

Profile available at:

Beyond Medical Education website: www.beyondmedical.com.au

Post at glance:

Nestled at the foot of Mt Arthur on the banks of two rivers and only 20mins from Dubbo, Wellington has all the services of a thriving country town, combined with a village atmosphere and a water playground at its back door. Swift Street Medical Centre is a busy practice with a variety of patients from different socio-economic and cultural backgrounds allowing trainees to develop essential knowledge and skills in professionalism.

Network 2 Bankstown & Campbelltown Hospitals Location:

Hammondville, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

Consisting of 12 highly experienced GPs, 8 Practice staff, 4 visiting Specialists and 10 Allied Health Professionals, Allcare Medical is a large practice equipped for minor surgery, ECG, spirometry, hearing tests, bone density scanning, X-Ray, physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation, podiatry, dentistry, Optometry and pathology collection, offering a complete GP experience.

Location:

Bowral, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Bowral Street Medical Practice aims to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to its patients. PGY2s will have the opportunity to learn from experienced GP Supervisors.

Location:

Campbelltown, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

The General Practice for Children and Young Families practice offers trainees exposure to the full range of GP services including paediatrics, adolescent health, preventative medicine and chronic disease. As the supervisor holds post graduate studies in Travel Medicine, Tropical Medicine and Civil Aviation Medicine, trainees will enjoy also learning more about the more adventurous side of General Practice!

Location:

Moss Vale, NSW (Southern Highlands)

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Moss Vale Medical Centre offers warm, supportive PGY2 centred training, with exposure to a diverse range of medical conditions and treatment options.

Network 3 Concord, Broken Hill & Canterbury Hospitals There are currently no PGPPP placements available for this network at this time. Please contact your JMO Manager regarding future positions.


Network 4 Liverpool, Tweed Heads & Fairfield Hospitals Location:

Cecil Hills, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

Located in south western Sydney, Cecil Hills Medical Centre is an excellent example of an integrated procedural urban practice offering the full range of services including minor surgical procedures. The Principle GP supervisor is a dedicated teacher, a GP Synergy Medical Educator, and a conjoint lecturer with UNSW and UWS. The Practice has 6 GPs, 6 practice staff, 2 Practice Nurses and multiple allied health professionals.

Location:

Chipping Norton, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

The Chipping Norton Family Practice is a procedural practice offering extensive training in office based surgical procedures. Occupational health is also an integral part of the training as the practice provides work cover accredited management of workplace injuries, work place rehabilitation, impairment assessment and hazardous substance surveillance. The practice places a strong emphasis on staff support and well being.

Location:

Coolangatta, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

Musgrave Street Medical Practice is located in Coolangatta, a thriving suburb of the Gold Coast. Coolangatta provides the best of coastal and metropolitan living as well as a nearby rural hinterland. The practices 6 doctors provide a comprehensive range of family medical services and have special interests including palliative care, skin cancer treatment, paediatrics, obstetrics, sports medicine, women’s health and acupuncture.

Location:

Maclean, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

Maclean is located on the beautiful Clarence River and is close to beaches and National Parks. It has a population of 4000 with many more in surrounding towns such as the nearby coastal community of Yamba. The Union Street Family Medical Practice is supported by 3 registered nurses, 6 reception staff, 1 practice manager, a visiting dietician, 2 psychologists and and pharmacist. Accommodation can be provided.

Network 5 Royal North Shore, Port Macquarie, Ryde Hospitals Location:

Cremorne, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

For over 30 years the Cremorne Family General Practice has looked after the health of local residents over several generations. Principle GP Supervisor, Dr. Tony Andrew, has many years experience and enjoys all aspects of General Practice, including men’s health, preventative care and geriatrics. His commitment to the profession is reflected in his long association with the RACGP and registrar training.

Location:

Port Macquarie, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

The coastal town of Port Macquarie is about 5 hours north of Sydney and has a population of 45,000. It is a fast growing area with a high retirement population. CPC (Complete Primary Care) has all general practice services including, skin cancer excisions, minor surgery, family planning advice and Implanon insertion, HIV and Hepatitis C Management and Prescribing.


Location:

Port Macquarie, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

Westside Medical Centre was established in April 2010. It is co-located with the UNSW Rural Clinical School and Port Macquarie Base Hospital, and is therefore ideally placed to participate in the PGPP program. The practice was established with the purpose of being a teaching facility and all staff have an interest in teaching and learning. The practice is equipped with modern facilities and currently has 5 doctors and 4 nurses as part of the clinical team.

Location:

Strathfield, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

Established in 1991, the GPs at Strathfield Family Medical Practice have an avid interest in training new medical practitioners and introducing them to the world of General Practice. They encourage critical thinking and have a patient-focussed, team-based approach to health care. The practice is located in the main shopping precinct and patients are from all walks of life, offering diverse presentations.

Network 6 Hornsby, Manly, Mona Vale Hospitals Location:

Hornsby, NSW (2 positions)

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

The Hornsby GP Unit is a Dept of Hornsby Hospital, set across two sites (Hornsby & Brooklyn). It is a dedicated teaching facility, with close ties to the hospital and the first PGPPP placement in NSW. Drs Penny Browne, Liz Marles, Jennie Kendrick, Prof Simon Willcock and Narelle Shadbolt are the Unit Medical Directors and are all experienced GPs, educators and academics.

Location:

Inverell, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

Located in the thriving town of Inverell, Evans Street Surgery has extensive experience training medical students & GP registrars. With 4 FT GPs and 6 PT Practice Nurses, trainees will enjoy exposure to a range of GP services, including obstetrics, anaesthetics, aboriginal health, women’s health, orthopaedics, paediatrics amongst others. Furnished, fully subsidised accommodation is 5mins from the surgery.

Network 7 Gosford, Wyong, Hospitals Location:

Wyoming, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Training – valley to coast website: www.gptvtc.com.au

Post at glance:

Reliance Medical Centre is a new, modern practice is located only 5 mins from Gosford. Doctors at the practice place a strong focus on Geriatric Medicine, however the practice provides comprehensive healthcare services in collaboration with other allied health care providers across a range of areas. There is no scheduled after hours for JMOs, who may accept rostered overtime at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals.


Network 8 St George, Sutherland, Albury, Griffith Hospitals Location:

Cremorne, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

For over 30 years the Cremorne Family General Practice has looked after the health of local residents. Experienced principle supervisor, Dr Tony Andrew, enjoys all aspects of General Practice, including men’s health, preventative care and geriatrics. His commitment to the profession is reflected in his long association with the RACGP and registrar training.

Network 9 Prince of Wales & Lismore Hospitals Location:

Ballina, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

Grant Street Clinic is located in the CBD of the township of Ballina NSW, a popular seaside holiday township of 18,000 people. This is a diverse practice, providing the full spectrum of services and it is totally integrated with local community services. Sub-specialities in the practice include maternal and child health, paediatrics, skin cancer and cosmetic surgery.

Location:

Darlinghurst, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

East Sydney Doctors offers expertise in general medicine, sexual health & HIV medicine, mental health & psychological medicine, drug & alcohol problems, & women’s health. Located on the city fringe, the practice treats patients from all walks of life offering a diverse clinical experience. It is an established teaching practice with 12 GPs, 2 Practice Nurses and allied health ties.

Network 10 St Vincents, Wagga Wagga, Gundagai Hospitals Location:

Cootamundra, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website – www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Cootamundra Medical Centre provides the PGY2 rural training in a supportive team environment, in a modern purpose built practice, in addition they will gain experience in a rural hospital

Location:

Gundagai, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website – www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Gundagai Medical Centre offers the PGY2 rural training with the opportunity to interact with other areas of the local health services including rural hospitals.

Location:

Wagga Wagga, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website – www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Peter Street Medical Centre provides the PGY1 with the opportunity to receive well supported hands on training in a large regional city.

Location:

Wagga Wagga, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website – www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Glenrock Country Practices provides the PGY1 the opportunity to train in a new purpose built practices with a supportive team.


Network 11 Wollongong, Shoal Harbour & Shoalhaven Hospitals Location:

Bomaderry, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website – www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

The Meroo Street Family Practice offers the PGY2 an opportunity to train supported by GP Supervisors and to interact with Medical Students, GP Registrars and Allied Health Professionals.

Location:

Milton, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website – www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Milton Medical Centre offers PGY2s a broad range of exposure to General Practice and Rural Hospital learning supported by GP Supervisors and an experienced practice team.

Network 12 John Hunter, Royal Newcastle, Calvary Mater, Maitland, Manning, Tamworth & Armidale Hospitals Location:

Charlestown, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Training – valley to coast website: www.gptvtc.com.au

Post at glance:

Located in Charlestown, a suburb of Newcastle, and 5km from the John Hunter Hospital, Charlestown Surgery has 4 Doctors and 4 Practice Nurses. PGPPP Doctors will experience the full spectrum of general practice, including home visits, aged care facility visits, and may include community education and public health.

Location:

Newcastle, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Training – valley to coast website: www.gptvtc.com.au

Post at glance:

This is a unique post at Newcastle Community Mental Health Service which provides a comprehensive range of individualized services for adults experiencing and recovering from mental health disorders in the acute and chronic phases of illness There is a strong emphasis on considering the needs of patient, family or carers and others involved in the care of the individual and it is a strong multi-disciplinary team environment.

Location:

Scone, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Training – valley to coast website: www.gptvtc.com.au

Post at glance:

Large & well equipped, Scone Medical Practice is located in the rural town in Scone in the Upper Hunter Valley with a population of about 5000. The practice has 2 GP Obstetricians and Anaesthetists and one of the practice doctors also performs endoscopic examinations. JMOs generally work 9am to 5.30pm Monday – Friday with one rostered (supervised) overtime shift of 5 hours at the local hospital available most weeks.

Location:

Tamworth, NSW

Profile available at:

GP Synergy website: www.gpsynergy.com.au (go to PGPPP section)

Post at glance:

Northwest Health aims to provide high quality care to patients as well as a safe and enjoyable training environment. The principal supervisor, Dr. Ian Kamerman is an enthusiastic trainer with over 10 years experience in rural training and interests in medical education, innovation in general practice and addiction medicine. The practice has regular teaching sessions with a vibrant and friendly atmosphere and modern facilities.


Network 13 Westmead, Blacktown, Auburn, Bathurst, Orange & Coffs Harbour Hospitals Location:

Bathurst, NSW

Profile available at:

Beyond Medical Education website: www.beyondmedical.com.au

Post at glance:

George Street Medical Practice is located on the central tablelands of NSW, Bathurst is home to a vibrant CBD, with modern retail centres, cultural facilities and sporting infrastructure. The area is a major regional training centre for General Practice, with a strong network of GP surgeries ensuring junior doctors will benefit from excellent networking opportunities.

Location:

Coffs Harbour, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

Located 11 kms south of Coffs Harbour is Toormina, with a population of 9,750. Toormina Medical Centre has 6 GPs, 1 GP Registrar, 8 Receptionists, and 4 Practice Nurses. Each GP has special interests which are advertised to patients and include asthma, diabetes, dermatology, acupuncture, aged care, travel medicine, sports medicine, and women’s health.

Location:

Cowra, NSW

Profile available at:

Beyond Medical Education website: www.beyondmedical.com.au

Post at glance:

Offering a true country escape, picturesque Cowra is 4hrs west of Sydney and 2hrs north of Canberra. Located in the centre of town and having just undergone expansion, TBA Practice was the first in the region to undertake PGPPP with great reviews. Doctors undertaking this placement will gain a unique insight into working life in general practice.

Location:

Glendenning, NSW

Profile available at:

WentWest website: www.wentwest.com.au

Post at glance:

Experienced in teaching USYD & UWS students as well as GP registrars, Richmond Road Family Practice is an established, fully accredited, computerised & paperless practice, providing family medical care to patients by appointment. The practice also enjoys the services of a part time Registered Nurse and three reception staff.

Location:

Orange, NSW

Profile available at:

Beyond Medical Education website: www.beyondmedical.com.au

Post at glance:

Orange is well known as a thriving regional city, a comfortable 3.5hr drive from Sydney, with some of the best regional food and wine in Australia. The Wellness House is one in the first supercentres in the area, offering innovative and varied health services under the roof, supported by the new Orange Base hospital.

Location:

Windsor, NSW

Profile available at:

WentWest website: www.wentwest.com.au

Post at glance:

Owned & operated by 7 GP associates with a team of longstanding employed GP assistants, friendly reception staff & full-time registered nurse support, Kable Street General Practice has dedicated consulting and treatment rooms, onsite pathology collection and mixed billing. Located in a diverse semi-rural community it offers a wide range of medical services providing an ideal teaching and learning environment.

Location:

Woolgoolga, NSW

Profile available at:

North Coast GP Training website: www.ncgpt.org.au

Post at glance:

Woolgoolga is a seaside village 25 kilometres north of Coffs Harbour on the beautiful Mid-North Coast. The population is around 5,000 although this increases considerably around holiday times. The Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Medical Centre has a strong teaching focus led by Dr John Kramer who is a senior lecturer at the Rural Clinical School in Coffs Harbour.


Network 14 Nepean & Hawkesbury Hospitals Location:

Blaxland, NSW

Profile available at:

WentWest website: www.wentwest.com.au

Post at glance:

Established in 1996, Dr Dinh’s surgery is a small close knit practice, located in the lower Blue Mountains, near Penrith. The practice is fully computerised with a full time GP, a part time GP, a Registered Nurse, a Manager and a part time Receptionist. The surgery prides itself on two strong points: a green environment and a very friendly, caring staff.

Location:

Hazelbrook, NSW

Profile available at:

WentWest website: www.wentwest.com.au

Post at glance:

Based in the tranquil environment of the Upper Blue Mountains, this practice has 8 GPs with RNs and full support staff. It is fully computerised with a dedicated treatment room and sees the full range of general practice patient presentations. The practice trains medical students from UWS and USYD and are a friendly group that have all gone through GP training so can remember what it is like to be a doctor in training!

Location:

Lithgow, NSW

Profile available at:

Beyond Medical Education website: www.beyondmedical.com.au

Post at glance:

140kms from Sydney overlooked by the sandstone escarpments of the Blue Mountains, Lithgow has unlimited opportunities for outdoor activities. A rotation at the Lithgow General Medical Practice provides a fantastic introduction to life in a busy practice, with expert GP supervision and encouragement, and excellent teaching in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

Network 15 Canberra, Bega, Calvary ACT & Goulbourn Hospitals Location:

Bega, ACT (Coming online in 2011.2)

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Bega Valley Medical Practice will give the PGY2 the opportunity to learn by way of formal and informal training across the spectrum of rural General Practice.

Location:

Canberra City, ACT

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Interchange General Practice offers the JMO the opportunity to learn in an award winning practice focused on quality primary health care.

Location:

Cooma, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

The Bombala Street Surgery provides the PGY1 with the opportunity to learn from a team who view teaching as everyone’s responsibility providing a broader perspective on General Practice and rural hospitals.

Location:

Isabella Plains, NSW

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Isabella Plains Medical Centre provides the PGY1 with the opportunity to work in a vertically integrated General Practice, which provides a broad range of health services.


Location:

Narrabunda, ACT

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service will provide the PGY2 with training in Indigenous Health. The practice also provides a range of additional health services on site including mental health and dentistry.

Location:

Narooma, ACT

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Lighthouse Surgery will offer the PGY2 the opportunity to gain experience in indigenous health in addition to all aspects of rural health with supportive patient focused teaching.

Location:

Waramanga, ACT

Profile available at:

CoastCityCountry GP Training website: www.ccctraining.org

Post at glance:

Waramanga Medical Centre the PGY1 will have access to a structured teaching program including regular lunchtime teaching with input from all the practices GPs.

For more information visit a NSW RTP website or contact your JMO Manager Please note: The information contained in this brochure is subject to change. Always check with your JMO Manager and the AGPT website – www.agpt.com.au for the most updated information.

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