2023

Your year for RG

Unlimited places on ACRRM Fellowship pathways*

*Via the AGPT, RGTS and Independent Pathway. Commonwealth funded positions subject to eligibility and suitability requirements.

Become a Rural Generalist

Rural Generalists believe in no geographic boundary to illness, disease, emergencies, catastrophes and preventative care that people experience throughout their lives. They are committed to going above and beyond and providing human-centred health care.

Ready to explore the possibilities? Let’s go.

Go rural with ACRRM

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Mobility of qualification
Choice and Flexibility

The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) for setting professional medical standards for training, assessment, certification and continuing professional development in the specialty of general practice.

We are the only College in Australia dedicated to rural and remote medicine. We train and support aspiring and experienced rural General Practitioners and Rural Generalists to provide the highest quality care for their communities.

 

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Explore pathways to Fellowship

Explore pathways that lead to Vocational Recognition with Medicare Australia, Specialist Registration as a General Practitioner and are recognised in reciprocal arrangements with other medical colleges.

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Become a College member

We have a membership type to suit all stages of your career. Join now to access member benefits that connect you to your peers and community.

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Discover ACRRM online learning

ACRRM Online Learning features a constantly growing selection of interactive courses mapped to the ACRRM curriculum and authored by specialists and ACRRM members.

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Professional Development

Regardless of whether you are in rural or urban practice our framework and activities help to ensure that you are able to maintain and enhance your skills throughout your career.

Latest Resources

Australian General Practice Training (AGPT)

Independent Pathway

Discover how training towards Fellowship with ACRRM enables you to choose your own adventure.

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COVID-19 Support

ACRRM is committed to supporting and providing up-to-date information for members regarding COVID-19.

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Rural Procedural Grants Program

Rural GPs providing unsupervised anaesthetics, obstetrics, surgery and/or emergency medicine may be eligible for the Rural Procedural Grants Program (RPGP) to help maintain and update your skills.

Upcoming events at ACRRM

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Network & Learn

Events

See a list of upcoming events in the rural medicine calendar and make sure you book your seats so you don’t miss out.

Continue your Professional Development

Courses

Our world-class courses provide RGs with the confidence and skills to deliver exceptional care to their communities.

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Fellowship

Embarking on a career as a Rural Generalist is exciting, dynamic and stimulating, where no two days are the same...

New Opportunities

Jobs Board

Search for current medical positions or advertise your vacancy on our jobs board.

 

 

Meet our members


Media Releases

14 May, 2022 Media release

ACRRM says Labor’s election commitment to fund GP reform is positive for the profession, but needs rural and remote specific actions

ACRRM welcomes today’s Labor Party announcement to commit $970 million towards general practice reform if it secures government.


Journalists wanting to speak to an ACRRM spokesperson are invited to contact Petrina Smith on 0414 820 847 or email


News

12 May, 2022 News

SPONSORED: 'The CKD rule of 10' MEDTalks webcast - register for free

In Australia, it is estimated that approximately 1.7 million people over the age of 18 have indicators of chronic kidney disease (CKD), with fewer than 10% of people aware they have the condition. Additionally, one in three Australian adults have risk factors for CKD.


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