Rural Clinical School
23 February 2015
If the key to reducing the health inequalities experienced by rural communities lies in better access to health care, then the federal government is treading a very delicate path, writes Damien Limberger.
29 August 2013
The University has unveiled state of the art medical education facilities at its Rural Clinical Schools at the Albury Wodonga and Port Macquarie Campuses, confirming the critical role UNSW Medicine plays in providing medical training in rural and regional areas.
03 January 2013
An innovative program is teaming up medical student Guy Dennis with Australia’s first Indigenous surgeon and UNSW alumnus, Dr Kelvin Kong.
26 April 2012
Professor Graeme Richardson’s contributions to rural medicine will be recognised with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Medal.
04 November 2011
A UNSW student and an alumnus have been named rural medical student of the year and Australia's top rural doctor.
13 March 2009
Three Indigenous medical students have been named UNSW's inaugural Balnaves Scholars, pledging to work to close the gap on Indigenous health.
13 June 2008
UNSW is tackling the shortage of rural doctors head on, and the approach is already paying dividends on the NSW Mid-North Coast.
09 March 2007
The Federal Minister for Health and Ageing, Tony Abbott, has officially opened the $3.5 million UNSW Rural Clinical School building in Albury-Wodonga.
28 February 2007
UNSW is helping to address the lack of Indigenous doctors in Australia, with a record intake of Aboriginal students enrolled in the undergraduate medicine program this year.