The Rural Clinical School of WA

The Rural Clinical School of WA

Established within the UWA School of Primary, Aboriginal and Rural Health Care, the Rural Clinical School incorporates medical students from the University of Notre Dame Australia. The School has the explicit goal of attracting more doctors to regional, rural and remote practice.

Broome RCSWA

As gateway to the raw wilderness of the Kimberly, Broome offers wide range of experiences. It provides unique opportunities for those students interested in working in Aboriginal Medical Services.

RCSWA Narrogin

Narrogin is placed perfectly to provide a traditional rural general practice, where the local GP's provide all of the ED and inpatient care.

RCSWA Success

RCSWA plays an important role in developing Australia's rural medical workforce.

Established in 2002, the Rural Clinical School is an Australian Government workforce initiative designed to attract more doctors to rural practice. Participating medical students spend their penultimate academic year in one of 14 rural towns, offering excellent educational opportunities as well as the possibility of a real understanding of and enthusiasm for community and rural life.


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