UNSW Medicine's Rural Clinical School brings world-class medical education to rural Australia. The school has campuses across New South Wales including Albury, Coffs Harbour, Griffith, Port Macquarie, Sydney and Wagga Wagga. Since our launch in 2000 we have had great success training the next generation of rural and Indigenous doctors.

Our school is fully committed to leading the rural education of medical students in Australia.

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FIVE young Dubbo locals will be graduating as doctors from UNSW's medical program next month. Graduate Nicola Hicks said studying at RCS had given her an insight into healthcare challenges people in rural areas often face.

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Indigenous medicine grad, Murray Haar, is from the Wiradjuri nation in NSW's Riverina region. As one of the six new Indigenous graduates from UNSW’s med program, Murray will be doing his medical internship in Albury and hopes to work in Indigenous healthcare in the future.

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FIVE RCS students will complete their internships in Wagga in the face of a rural doctor shortage, including former Wagga student Dr Matt Binks, who will remain in Wagga to complete his two-year internship and residency at the Base Hospital.

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RCS student and RAHMS co-chair Josh Mortimer chats on ABC radio about how the Rural Appreciation Weekend (RAW) gives health students a taste of country life, and shows them that rural areas can be awesome places to live and work in.

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RCS student, Jaime Fox, presents at the 3 Minute Thesis Final for UNSW ILP students. Her talk is on effective protocols for transporting head trauma victims over large distances in rural areas.

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