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General and Acute Care Medicine Advanced Physician Training - 2025

LocationAlfred Health
Positions23 Positions
Published At:16 days ago
Job no: 69516
Category: Junior Medical, Registrar

Alfred Health

Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory, to inpatient and home and community-based services.

The South East Collaborative for Advanced Training In General and Acute Care Medicine

The South East Collaborative is a regional network of health services that acts as a singular conjoint recruiting body for trainees continuing or entering into GACM advanced training in 2025. The GACM SE Collaborative comprises Alfred Health, Monash Health, Eastern Health, Peninsula Health and other hospitals affiliated with these health services.

Candidates who are successfully recruited to the SE Collaborative (as an employee at one of the aforementioned health services) can expect to have a 36-month training program that gives you access to a variety of rotations in accredited roles across the collaborative with the core aim of delivering a diverse and balanced mix of learning experience that sets up your consultant career and fulfils RACP AT requirements.

Other benefits of applying to work in the SE Collaborative include guaranteed exposure to multiple future employers before you become a consultant physician, opportunity to access a broad range of educational resources across myriad health services from beginning to end, a wide selection of training rotations to match your career interests, and seamless transition from one registrar year to the next. Please contact any of the following key leaders and/or refer to the on-line application pages for each health service if you would like more information.

Please follow this link to the South East Collaboration web site for more details about our training opportunities

South East Collaboration site

All rotations in the collaborative meet the CORE training requirements of the RACP PREP Advanced Training curriculum in General and Acute Care Medicine.

Flexible Training

Flexible and part-time training opportunities are available in our program and the collaborative as a whole.  We have a range of roster structures for part-time training that we can discuss with successful applicants.  Please indicate your interest in part-time training in your application cover letter.

Regional Training

We collaborate with regional training partners and will be offering regional rotations matched with some of highly popular rotations. 

Principal (or Chief/Senior) Medical Registrar 

This role is selected from applicants to the GACM APT program.  This position is accredited for CORE General Medicine-related training and gives the successful candidate the opportunity to have a flexible clinical training experience for 50% of their time and the remainder supporting the Director of Physician Education.

Application Advice

  1. Trainees who have commenced training in the South East Collaboration in 2024 and want to continue in 2025.

Current trainees will be invited by your health service SEC Co-Ordinator to respond to an expression of interest to continue in the collaborative in 2025.  Please reach out to your local coordinator for details.

Current SEC trainees can expect an outcome from your EOI during the week of 22 June 2024.

EOIs from current SEC trainees for whom GACM APT is not the first priority for 2025- please keep your local SEC Co-Ordinator informed of the outcome of your sub-specialty application so we can support your on-going training if required.

  1. Trainees (external to the SEC) who have already commenced Advanced training who would like to be considered for a position in the South East Collaboration in 2025

Please apply on-line to the health service in the collaborative that is your first preference. Please download and complete the cover letter template (found at the bottom of the advert) and upload with your on-line application.

Recommended you apply prior to 21 June, although later applications may be accepted if there are any remaining vacancies.

Offers: no earlier than Wednesday 26 June.   

Applications from trainees for whom GACM APT is not the first priority for 2025- please keep your local SEC Co-Ordinator informed of the outcome of your sub-specialty application so we can plan your interview accordingly.

  1. New Trainees

Applications from new APTs are invited once you have the clinical examination results and have met the eligibility criteria to commence APT by February 2025.

Please download and complete the cover letter template (found at the bottom of the advert) and upload with your on-line application.

Interviews will be undertaken for applicants with a panel from the SE collaboration during July.

Applications from trainees for whom GACM APT is not the first priority for 2025- please keep your local SEC Co-Ordinator informed of the outcome of your sub-specialty application so we can plan your interview accordingly

Applicants who are not currently part of the SEC should ensure they use the cover letter template and upload this with their on-line application.

Applications for NEW trainees close:  Tuesday 30th July 2024

First round offers:  Wednesday 21 August 2024

Second Round offers: Wednesday 10 September 2024

Further enquiries regarding training with the SEC:

Dr Nicole Hancock, Director of General and Acute Care Medicine Advance Training, Alfred Health.

[email protected]  Phone 0400 347 170

A/Prof Harry Gibbs, Director, General Medicine, Alfred Health

[email protected]

Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.  Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.

In compliance with the Victorian Chief Health Officer's Mandatory Vaccination Directions, all Alfred health employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19 with TGA approved vaccine and must have evidence of their vaccination status. 

Website: www.alfredhealth.org.au

  • Published on 06 Jun 2024, 2:05 AM