At Albury Wodonga Health, our clinicians provide an extensive range of inpatient services, elective procedures and emergency care.
Our HMOs are supported by their Consultants and Registrars, who are readily accessible, and provide excellent learning opportunities and hands-on experiences.
This supportive culture combined with a range of medical education offerings, make Albury Wodonga Health the perfect place for pre-vocational medical training.
For PGY2+ HMOs we have a variety of rotations on offer that have been organised into four different streams:
- General Practice
- Critical Care
We have the following PGY2+ Rotations:
- Emergency Medicine
- Medicine (Wodonga Campus)
- ENT / Urology
- Medical Oncology
- Geriatrics (Wodonga Campus)
- Geriatrics (Mercy Health)
- Anaesthetics / Pain
Annual recruitment opens in line with the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV) recruitment schedule (applications typically open around June/July).
Any other ad hoc recruitment outside of the annual recruitment website will be advertised through our AWH online application process. This system will prompt you to provide a cover letter, CV, clinical references and application. https://awh.mercury.com.au/
Candidates will be short-listed and interviewed as per the PMCV process.
Hospital Medical Officers (HMOs) position description.
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Basic Pathway Training opportunities
We are pleased to continue the Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) and Greater Western Consortium 3-year BPT training pathway.
This training pathway establishes a 3-year pathway for trainees to complete their BPT training. The first year (BPT1) is at AWH, the second at year (BPT2) through the Greater Western Consortium, and the third year (BPT3) at AWH.
This pathway maps out training between AWH and the Greater Western Consortium to support BPTs in accessing high quality clinical and educational opportunities in accredited training sites. Additionally, this pathway supports doctors interested in working in a regional areas long-term and who wish to train regionally as well.
To apply please select the Albury Wodonga Health and Greater Western Consortium HMO (Medical BPT1) on the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV) website.
Additionally, you will need to apply for this position on the AWH recruitment website, Presto. You also need to submit a cover letter and address key selection criteria outlining your specific interest to this position.
Basic Physician Trainees 1 (BPT) – Regional/Metro Physician pathway BPT Position Description