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The South West is a remote region in Queensland, covering over 319,808km².
There are three main placement sites in the South West region where you may be based during your GP training. These include: Charleville, Roma and St George.
There are 11 hospitals in the South West Hospital and Health Service, including eight multi-purpose health services, four outpatient clinics, two residential aged care facilities and two community health centres.
Registrars working in the South West region can enjoy opportunities in the varied specialties including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. The South West region is home to the southern Queensland base of the Royal Flying Doctor Service in the town of Charleville.
Ph: 0427 812 820
54 Hawthorne Street
Roma QLD 4455
|Charleville and Western Areas Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health||Charleville or Roma||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health service||RACGP/ACRRM|
|Charleville Health Clinic||Charleville||General Practice||RACGP/ACRRM|
|Goondir Health Services||St George||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health service||RACGP/ACRRM|
|Maranoa Medical Centre||Roma||General Practice||RACGP/ACRRM|
|St George Hospital||St George||Hospital||RACGP/ACRRM|
|St George Medical Centre||St George||General Practice||RACGP/ACRRM|
Please refer to ACRRM’s Fellowship Handbook (Pg. 12 – 14) for further details.