Wangaratta Medical Centre is committed to the ongoing professional development of all our team. We have a very strong commitment to training and we work closely with our regional training provider Murray City Country Coast GP Training (MCCC), the University of Melbourne ERC Program and RACGP – Practice Experience Program (PEP). Each year we accept doctors into our GP registrar training program and 3rd year Medical Students completing their GP placement.
We have an exceptionally experienced team of GP Supervisors (who are also Medical Educators, College Examiners and Lecturers) that are supported by our GPs, Nurses and Administration staff.
We believe our registrars, recent fellows and students are testament to the quality of the training and the opportunities that are available at Wangaratta Medical Centre. If you are interested in training at Wangaratta Medical Centre and would like to know more please contact the Practice Manager, Glynda Sacco, for a confidential initial discussion.
Wangaratta Medical Centre is an accredited teaching practice and provides General Practice Registrars opportunities to complete their formal General Practice Fellowship in conjunction with MCCC GP Training.
Wangaratta Medical Centre routinely has positions available for GPT1, GPT2, GPT3 and GPT4/Extended Skills Registrars.
Enquires about Registrar placement opportunities at Wangaratta Medical Centre can be made directly with the practice, or through MCCC GP Training.
Wangaratta Medical Centre is involved in the University of Melbourne Rural Clinical School ERC program. Under this program we host one 3rd year medical student per year.
Patient consultations involving student doctors are always undertaken with the patients’ prior consent. If you prefer the student to not be present we encourage you to let our receptionists or doctor know prior to consultation.
We appreciate your participation as this provides an essential part of their medical studies.