Yes, you certainly can.
Q Health’s Rural Generalist Program is an excellent, well supported pathway and one definitely worth joining if you’re interested in rural medicine. However, it’s not the only way that you can become a rural generalist.
If you were unsuccessful in joining the RGP but would still like to pursue a career in rural generalist medicine, talk to the regional training providers to see how they can help you make it happen:
- QRME – click here to contact them
- CSQTC – click here to contact them
- TMT – click here to contact them
Alternately, have a chat to the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine at email@example.com or click here to view their Independent Pathway application guide.