What a GP career can offer

Are you interested in varied clinical work and passionate about continuity of patient care? Are you looking for dynamic, team-based medicine? Then a career in General Practice is for you!

General Practice is a great choice if you want a career that is filled with diverse learning and employment opportunities, including:

  • Sub-specialise – in anything from paediatrics to palliative care
  • Variety – every day is different
  • Continuity of care – really get to know your patients
  • Support –  dynamic and supportive working environment
  • Business opportunities – manage your own business
  • Rewards – complex and challenging experiences

Guide to becoming a GP

Discover the MCCC advantage

Experience the highest standard of general practice training and support in your journey to Fellowship with  MCCC. We offer diverse, high quality education and training opportunities across a region that includes rural, remote, outer-metropolitan and metropolitan settings.

Over 600 registrars are on their journey to GP Fellowship, being taught, supported and mentored by over 850 experienced GP Supervisors, who provide one-on-one teaching and guidance within over 300 accredited teaching practices.

We offer education that focuses on individual learning needs, aimed at attaining your Fellowship. You can attain clinical diversity, advanced training and procedural skills in a range of rural and regional practices, including Aboriginal Health services, regional hospitals and mulit-disciplinary clinics.

Experience the MCCC advantage for yourself.

Our responsive teaching approach and support

We offer registrars an interesting and stimulating GP training experience. Our training program is developed and delivered by specialist medical educators who are GPs with specific interests and advanced skills.

Registrars participate in a multi-faceted training program that incorporates face-to-face peer learning workshops, webinars and online learning, with access to our MeL learning platform, which offers a huge range of resources and opportunities for on-line collaboration.

Our individual training plans are supported by dedicated training advisers and operational staff. We have a specific team, Pastoral and Learning Support (PALS) who can provide unique support from both a well-being and an education perspective. You will receive guidance from our registrar liaison team, who provide registrar advocacy and assistance, as well as access to communication skill tutors and cultural educators and cultural mentors, who play a critical role in supporting and guiding our registrars.

Get more information on 1300 622 246 or info@mccc.com.au

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