This page below is a test of how Tabs could work and further how we could have ‘accordions’ inside of Tabs – see Tab 2 for an example of an Accordion.

This page is currently under construction.

In the meantime,

Medical Students can visit the Gippsland Student Medical Network or learn about the Gippsland Rural Intern Program here.

Why GP?

Thinking of a career in general practice? Good choice! We believe the foundations of general practice are stronger than ever before. General practice is valued in our community and will continue to provide patient centred care to individuals and their families General practice is the centre of primary health within our communities Demand for GPs is high and increasing Current GPs play a vital role in shaping the next generation of general practitioners GP training practices have an established capacity and commitment to support the training of GP registrars

Is GP for you?

Thinking of a career in general practice? Good choice! We believe the foundations of general practice are stronger than ever before. General practice is valued in our community and will continue to provide patient centred care to individuals and their families General practice is the centre of primary health within our communities Demand for GPs is high and increasing Current GPs play a vital role in shaping the next generation of general practitioners GP training practices have an established capacity and commitment to support the training of GP registrars General Practice would suit you if you: can tolerate uncertainty get bored easily are community minded have good communication skills want to make a difference in primary health care like people and are people centres

GPs on GP the career

Why choose general practice? Dr Stuart Anderson Dr Andrew Roberts, GP and Medical Educator in Gippsland, talks about his pathway into general practice.
rap-2018Funded by the Australian Government, the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program provides comprehensive and flexible training which leads to fellowship of either the Royal

Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) or the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). Either fellowship allows a doctor to become vocationally registered as a general practitioner and practice unsupervised within Australia.