More than just a career
Rural Generalism in SA
Benefits of RGPSA program
Trainees will be able to undertake training for both ACRRM and RACGP from internship through to fellowship within a geographical area with connection to the workforce for easy transition post fellowship.
Supported Quality Training
Access high quality and well supported training tailored to trainees needs with attractive rotations, broad clinical exposure and greater hands on experience that develops high clinical and reasoning skills.
Work Life Balance
Enjoy a better work life balance, with only a few minutes travel to work, sense of community and recreation activities that you won’t experience in metropolitan areas.
Each of the different training pathways have similar key stages of training that must be completed to achieve fellowship.
Internship (PGY 1)
A series of work rotations designed to expose trainees to a range of clinical experiences
General, basic, vocational or pre-specialist training across hospital and community rotations in addition to Intern rotations
General Practice Training
Primary, secondary, and emergency care training
Advanced Skill Training and Skills Consolidation
Expands and enhances the professional knowledge and scope provided to the community in one discipline
Express your interest
If you are interested in a rural clinical experience or would like to know more about rural generalist training in South Australia please contact us.
This initiative is supported by the National Rural Generalist Program with the Australian Government’s Department of Health.