Medical Administration Training Program
HETI is working in partnership with the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA), Local Health Districts (LHDs) and training providers to implement a networked program for medical administration trainees. The training network will enhance the delivery and quality of training, and support the provision of accessible state-wide educational resources. It will facilitate educational benefits such as training forums and courses, state-wide eLearning and blended learning initiatives.
To be eligible to apply for Medical Administration training, Junior Medical Officers must have at least three years of postgraduate clinical experience.
First Steps Towards Network Training
In late 2012 and early 2013, HETI approached the LHDs and other training providers to advocate for the development of the networked training program. As a result of their support, the network started in 2014 with 7 positions across a range of locations. HETI supports the Medical Administration Training Program by coordinating annual centralised recruitment for existing and new positions with a single interviewing panel and preference matching for the intake every year.
Seeking a Training Position?
The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administration website provides information about medical administration networked training.
HETI supports the organisation and administration of a central location, interviewing and document collation for JMO Annual Medical Recruitment. Please refer to the NSW Ministry of Health information portal for updates and further information. Updates regarding the impact of COVID-19 on JMO Annual Medical Recruitment can also be found on the NSW Ministry of Health website.
Recruitment for the 2022 Clinical Year
Are you a doctor interested in a career in Medical Administration?
An information night was held on Wednesday 28 July 2021 to provide potential applicants with information on the Medical Administration recruitment process, and outline training opportunities offered by each of the recruiting sites for the 2022 clinical year. The recording of that session can be seen below.
The presentations included are:
- Why Medical Administration
- Sydney Adventist Hospital
- Royal North Shore Hospital
- Western Sydney LHD
- Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals
- Health Education and Training Institute
- Wagga Wagga Base Hospital
- South East Regional Hospital
- Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
- Sydney LHD Public Health Unit
- Sydney LHD Clinical Services Integrations
- Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
- The Recruitment Process
Further information on the Medical Administration Training Program positions being offered for the 2022 clinical year can be found here.
Orientation Guide for Medical Administration Trainees in NSW
The Medical Administration Training Program has developed an Orientation Guide for Medical Administration Trainees in HETI-auspiced positions in NSW. The Orientation Guide is available for download here.