General Practice and Rural Medicine

General Practice and Rural Medicine

James Cook University (JCU) General Practice and Rural Medicine is producing a fit-for-purpose health workforce for regional, rural, and remote communities through locally based general practice and rural generalist education from undergraduate to clinician years.

JCU is Australia's leading university in training and graduating doctors who go on to primary care careers in regional, rural and remote communities.

Our 'end-to-end' regional training pathway – beginning in medical school, through early graduate years and on to General Practitioner (GP) fellowship training through our collaborative partnerships with Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and beyond help us to serve these communities.

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