About the Barossa Hills Fleurieu training network
Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network (BHFLHN) provides a wide range of public acute, residential aged care, community health and mental health services to the communities of Barossa, Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island.
Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network consists of Angaston District Hospital, Gawler Health Service, Kapunda Hospital, Kangaroo Island Health Service, Southern Fleurieu Health Service. With four very distinct regions within this one Local Health Network you get areas that are adjacent to metropolitan Adelaide through the the very remote on Kangaroo Island but within a few hours of travel from Adelaide. These facilities provide training in the specialities of emergency medicine, general practice, obstetrics, and medical administrations and will be expanding their training options over the next few years.
Residents who live within the Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network have access to a wide range of health care services in a number of locations throughout the region.
These services include accident and emergency, day and inpatient surgery, obstetric services, community health and aged care services.
|Internship||General practice / Emergency medicine
Road to Rural (R2R) rotations from Metro
|Kapunda Medical Centre and Kupunda Hospital;
Angaston Medical Centre and Angaston District Hospital;
Gumeracha Medical Practice and Gumeracha District Soldiers Memorial Hospital
|Emergency medicine||Gawler Health Service|
|Emergency medicine||Southern Fleurieu Health Service|
|Emergency medicine||Mt Barker District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital|
|Advanced Skills Training||Emergency||Southern Fleurieu Health Service|
|Emergency x 2||Mt Barker District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital|
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