Aboriginal Medical Workforce Pathway
The Aboriginal Medical Workforce Recruitment pathway in NSW is about linking Aboriginal medical graduates with support during the transition from medical school to prevocational trainee.
If you are an Aboriginal medical graduate applying for a prevocational training position in NSW, you are eligible to apply for the Aboriginal Medical Workforce pathway in NSW.
The program aims to support your transition from medical graduate to becoming a prevocational trainee in any one of the fifteen prevocational training networks or a rural preferential hospital in NSW where you identify that you have support.
The Aboriginal Medical Workforce pathway video
Frequently Asked Questions
Refer to the Aboriginal Medical Workforce Procedure for information and complete the Aboriginal Medical Workforce application form that needs to be uploaded to your PTAP application with supporting documentation.
From Graduate to Prevocational Trainee
Applicants submit a Aboriginal Medical Workforce application form that addresses the program’s criteria and provide supporting documentation to HETI as part of their online application.
For more information about medical graduate recruitment, email enquiries to mail to:
HETI-Internship@health.nsw.gov.au or telephone (02) 9844 6562.
Cadetships for Indigenous medical students in NSW for rural postgraduate placement
Cadetships are offered annually by the NSW Rural Doctors Network to provide multi-year funding for Indigenous medical students at NSW universities who are interested in rural practice and committed to undertaking two out of their first three years of postgraduate training at NSW Rural Base Hospitals (Albury, Wagga Wagga, Dubbo, Orange and Tamworth). For further details about the rural cadetships go to the NSW Rural Doctors Network or Tel. 02 8337 8100.