Training sites


JCCA's accredited hospitals

The JCCA’s accredited hospitals are in the list below. The JCCA does not organise the training posts for registrars. The registrar contacts the hospital direct to see if they are offering a training post at the time required. Hospitals may not offer training each year. In NSW, Queensland and WA applicants need to apply through a central office as detailed below.

State

Hospital

ACT

Canberra Hospital (inactive)

State

Hospital

NSW

Albury Hospital

NSW

Armidale and New England District Hospital

NSW

Bathurst Hospital

NSW

Bega Hospital (inactive)

NSW

Belmont District Hospital

NSW

Calvary Hospital (inactive)

NSW

Coffs Harbour District Hospital

NSW

Dubbo Base Hospital

NSW

Goulburn Base Hospital (inactive)

NSW

Griffith Base Hospital

NSW

Lismore Base Hospital

NSW

Maitland Hospital

NSW

Manning Base Hospital

NSW

Orange Base Hospital

NSW

Shoalhaven Memorial District Hospital / Nowra Private hospital

NSW

Tamworth Base Hospital

NSW

The Tweed Hospital (2 concurrent posts)

NSW

Wagga Wagga Base Hospital

NSW

Wollongong Hospital (inactive)

 

Note

In New South Wales the regional training providers administer the funding for training positions and enquiries are made with the relevant office - GPET or HETI.


State

Hospital

NT

Alice Springs Hospital

NT

Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospital

State

Hospital

QLD

Bundaberg General Hospital

QLD

Caboolture Hospital (combined post with Redcliffe Hospital)

QLD

Cairns Base Hospital

QLD

Hervey Bay Hospital (part of Fraser Coast Health Service) - combined post with Maryborough Hospital

QLD

Ipswich Hospital

QLD

Mackay Base Hospital

QLD

Maryborough Hospital (part of Fraser Coast Health Service) - combined post with Hervey Bay Hospital

QLD

Mt Isa Hospital

QLD

Redcliffe Hospital (combined post with Caboolture Hospital)

QLD

Rockhampton Base Hospital

QLD

Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (including Nambour General Hospital)

QLD

Toowoomba Base Hospital

QLD

Townsville General Hospital

 

Note

Queensland Health manages the Application process for Advanced Skills Training positions and therefore any enquiries should be directed to them.


State

Hospital

SA

Lyell McEwin Health Hospital

SA

Modbury Hospital

SA

Mount Gambier Hospital

SA

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

SA

Royal Adelaide Hospital

SA

Whyalla Hospital and Health Service

State

Hospital

TAS

Launceston General Hospital

TAS

North West Regional Hospital

TAS

Royal Hobart Hospital

State

Hospital

2022 training positions filled

VIC

Albury Wodonga Health 12 months

VIC

Barwon Health (Geelong) 6 months – Portland 3 months - Hamilton 3 months

VIC

Bendigo Health (rotates to Echuca) 12 months – includes 3x2 weeks in Echuca

VIC

Latrobe Regional Hospital (Traralgon)

  1. 12 months
  2. 6 months 2022, 6 months 2023

VIC

Mildura Base Public Hospital 12 months

VIC

Northern Health (Epping) 12 months

  1. Includes 3x2 weeks in Kilmore
  2. Includes 3x2 weeks in Ararat

VIC

West Gippsland Healthcare Group (Warragul) 12 months

VIC

Western Health Service (Western Hospital Footscray, Sunshine Hospital, the Williamstown Hospital) 9 months – Portland 3 months

Other Victorian accredited training sites

VIC

Ballarat Health Services (inactive)

VIC

Central Gippsland Health, Sale (inactive)

VIC

Goulburn Valley Health, Shepparton (inactive)

VIC

North East Health, Wangaratta (inactive)


Note

The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria Inc. administers the Allocation and Placement Service (APS) on behalf of the Victorian hospitals who offer Rural Generalist Advanced Skills positions and to candidates applying for these positions. The Service is conducted at the request of the Department of Health, Victoria. The actual selection and ranking of candidates is the sole responsibility of the employing health service concerned. The PMCV cannot assist candidates in selecting programs or specialties; the Council simply administers the mechanism for matching candidates to health services according to the preferences expressed by both.

State

Hospital

WA

Bunbury Hospital (Bunbury Hospital can be approached separately)

WA

Fremantle Hospital (inactive)

WA

Joondalup Health Campus

WA

King Edward Hospital (inactive)

WA

Princess Margaret Hospital (inactive)

WA

Royal Perth Hospital (inactive)

WA

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (inactive)


Note

All training in WA is arranged via the regional training provider, WAGPET, and is usually completed at Joondalup Health Campus with the other hospitals occasionally being utilised as rotations.


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