The following stories provide an overview of some of the many experiences available in rural practice, including insight to the lifestyle and career advantages of living and working rurally.
The CRP gives Resident Medical Officers (RMO) the opportunity to participate in a short term, supervised training placement in a variety of rural settings across Western Australia.
"One of its greatest benefits is giving you the variety in clinical experience in a setting where you have the opportunity to try out new skills.”
Dr Emma, RMO
Hear about the great rural lifestyle and work benefits for medical professionals, allied health professionals and student experiences below!
GP proceduralists Dr Bethany Nelson and Dr Jeremy Beckett describe their career pathway and highlight how living and working in a rural location has led to a balanced lifestyle.
"The reality is, the breadth of skills and life experience you get in the country only enriches your résumé and your ability to be able to go into whatever it is you would like to do later."
Dr Jeremy, rural GP Proceduralist
Read stories about your fellow junior doctors working across Western Australia and the many rural practice pathway opportunities available to you.