In General Practice, you never know who or what you're going to see. You get to see kids, older people and everything in between.
Enter a world of general practice; a world where you take pride in your healthy patients, new health problems can be tackled head on and you can foster a healthy work-life balance.
The general practice education programme (GPEP) is the pathway to a specialist career as a general practitioner.
As a Rural Hospital Doctor, you will be challenged to work across a wide range of clinical presentations and focus on secondary care.
The Rural Hospital Training Programme teaches core components and specific skills to tackle the wide range of hospital situations in a rural context.
Take a peek at the day in the life of a GP and Rural Hospital Doctor.
The College has compiled a number of profiles and stories to illustrate the life of a GP. These doctors are leaders in their communities, forming strong relationships with their patients and living life to the full.