Transforming lives and improving health outcomes in rural communities
Collaboration is at our core
Acknowledgement of Country
We pay our respects to the Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodja Nation - the original lands of The University of Western Australia and The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia - which has now journeyed into many lands across the state. These are the lands that connect us and that we are now spiritually and physically bonded to, with the vision to help all who walk within The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia footprint. We acknowledge the strength, wisdom and courage of Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodja Nation Elders past, present and emerging.
We pay our respects to our neighbouring Nations, Tribes and visiting Peoples who share in the richness and uniqueness of our regions and who walk with us in our healing journey.
We acknowledge to all non-First Nation peoples who genuinely join us on our journey to ‘close the gap’ and abolish the disparities that exist.
At the Rural Clinical School of Western Australia, we are passionate about teaching rural medicine, creating opportunities for students and medical professionals, and inspiring them to lead successful rural medical careers. While the challenges we face are great, we know our role is important and is making a difference in many communities.
Play a role in shaping the next generation of rural doctors
Through teaching and research we are committed to producing graduates who are embedded in our regional, rural and remote communities throughout WA. Our focus is to mould a fit-for-purpose health workforce where equitable access to high level health care is close to home.Current opportunities can be found on the UWA website.