The School of Rural Health (SRH) is a rural clinical school of the University of Sydney with campuses in Dubbo and Orange. Medical students in Years 3 or 4 of the Sydney Medical Program can experience what it’s like to live and work in rural NSW for at least one year.
The School of Rural Health provides a supportive and cooperative educational environment, exceptional teaching facilities and close affordable accommodation. A network of relationships, including state and private hospitals, GP practices and private specialist practices, combine to give students excellent patient and doctor access, across a breadth of patient scenarios, all within in a small accessible team of medical professionals and administration staff.
The School also provides an academic focus for clinicians, teachers and researchers who wish to become part of the University presence in a rural environment. Our funding comes from the Rural Clinical Training and Support Program of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing.
New South Wales 2800