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Trainees are able to contact facilities of interest at any time. It is not mandatory to participate in the vocational placement process.

  1. Look at our list of current positions here
  2. Shortlist preferred positions.
  3. Contact facilities directly to apply

 

  • It is important that you liaise with the team and your Regional Training Organisation to ensure you select a position that
    • Meets your vocational training requirements
    • Supports your personal and professional aspirations
  • To be eligible for SMO (Provisional Fellow) positions applicants must possess
    • Rural Generalist Medicine Prevocational Certification
    • An appropriate advanced skill/s for the vocational training position of interest

Tom and Adam

St George

Joe

Survivor & Charleville

Emily

Weipa

Matt and Bruce

Theodore

Dan

Stanthorpe

Matt

Roma

Claudia

Longreach

Jillian

Goondiwindi

Current and past vacancy lists are available below:

To find Hospital and Health Service locations visit Location Profiles.

Want to know more about locations, facilities and services throughout Queensland? Visit Queensland Health’s regional information page.

Employers

For rural facilities wishing to engage Rural Generalist Trainees in a vocational training position, the following should be considered:

  • Fostering and promoting a quality rural health team focus
  • Training position/s are accredited with ACRRM and/or RACGP
  • Supervisors are experienced Fellows and are accredited with the training College/s
  • Position/s provides for work/life balance

We encourage facilities to develop marketing material for distribution to Rural Generalist Trainees via the QRGP team. An example can be accessed here.

For information regarding the qualifications specified for credentialed scope of clinical practice in Rural Generalist Medicine and Senior Medical Officer (Provisional Fellow) appointment, please refer to the Rural Generalist Medicine discipline recognition (2007) document.