What could your life as a GP be like?
A career in general practice can be very fulfilling and can open up a life of endless possibilities, both during and after GP training:
Every day is different: Thrive on the varied and interesting clinical challenges that each patient presents.
Build trusted, ongoing patient relationships: Make a real difference to your patients’ lives.
Work your own way: Choose where and how often you work, with options for full-time, contract, locum, or part-time work in metro, regional or remote locations, or even overseas.
Supportive training, collegial workplace: Share your passion for making a difference with your GP colleagues and mentors.
Take control of the front line of medicine: As the first point of healthcare contact for most Australian patients, you have an opportunity to take a holistic approach to their health, including working with colleagues from other specialities.
Pursue your own special clinical interests: Further develop your skills in specific clinical areas such as obstetrics and gynaecology, aerospace medicine or refugee health, either during or after your training.