Since January 2003 NCGPT has been successfully placing GPs and registrars in a variety of procedural training posts across our region.
The GP Procedural Program is funded by NSW Health and administered by North Coast GP Training. The aim of the Rural NSW GP Procedural Training Program is to help mitigate the workforce issue in regional and rural NSW by training existing GPs and GP registrars in procedural skills. NCGPT offers excellent training opportunities in the following areas:
Training is offered at accredited hospitals where there are appropriate specialist supervisors.
North Coast GP Training has 2 positions available for a trainee in the Rural Generalist Procedural Training Program in DRANZCOG/ DRANZCOG Advanced and a combined Emergency Medicine and DRANZCOG at Lismore hospital.
Position descriptions and application forms can be found on the NSW Health e recruitment website.
Further information about the Rural generalist program can be found on the NSW Rural HETI website.
Applicants interested in the position can also contact Program Manager, Sharyn Corben
Click on the procedural area for a Fact Sheet:
Our unique educational experience offers:
Further information can be obtained from the General Practice Procedural Training Program Information Sheet and General Practice Procedural Training Program Application Form (downloadable PDF forms).
You can also contact Sharyn Corben, Program Manager, for further details.