Dunedin is New Zealand’s best kept secret, located in the South Island this city is full of authentic welcoming characters that tell it like it is. With abundant wildlife on its door step and heritage buildings housing the great cafes and nightlife it’s truly a place of beauty.
With links to the Dunedin School of Medicine, Medical Registrars at Dunedin Hospital enjoy the best of the clinical and academic worlds.
With an extensive basic training programme that is designed to provide the best examination support, their track record for pass rates in the FRACP is exceptional. The support provided includes access to the Dunedin written and clinical courses as well as regular study groups, case preparation and Saturday morning clinical sessions. Basic Physician training is run by the Dunedin School of Medicine, as are the MCQ sessions for FRACP.
Advanced trainees are welcomed as vital members of the team and provided with great opportunities, including research, to further their experiences and enhance their preparation in becoming vocationally registered.
RACP accredited runs are available in the following areas to ensure opportunities for learning are wide and varied:
Cardiology (includes one Fellow position)
Older Peoples Health
Whether you are training towards a career as a Physician or wanting to move into General Practice or Rural Hospital Medicine, this role will provide you with what you need.
To be eligible to apply for this role, you must possess a keen interest in the area of General Medicine and have a minimum of 2 years post graduate medical experience. Advanced Trainees must have passed the FRACP and also must be considered by the RACP as having advanced into this category of training.
To be eligible to apply for this role you will need to hold registration with the New Zealand Medical Council or be eligible to do so.