About the rural hospital doctor training programme
Living outside the hustle and bustle of city life will open the door to some of New Zealand’s most beautiful outdoors.
The Division of Rural Hospital Medicine grew as a new branch in 2008 to tackle growing vocational issues within small rural hospitals.
The Division of Rural Hospital Medicine provides doctors with an accredited training programme to become a Fellow of Rural Hospital Medicine.
This career path builds on general practitioner skills and requires a broad body of generalist knowledge and specific skills.