Rural Preferential Recruitment
Rural Preferential Recruitment (RPR) Is a merit based recruitment process for final year medical students who are interested in working in a rural setting. For further information please refer to the RPR procedure
Fact Sheet for Rural Preferential Recruitment
Who is eligible to apply to RPR
All medical graduates are able to apply through the RPR pathway.
Offers will be made in the order outlined in the NSW Health priority List for Intern Recruitment
To apply for an RPR position you must:
- Complete an online application via the HETI website in the Prevocational Training Application Program (PTAP).
- Complete a separate application for each rural hospital through NSW JMO eRecruit by the closing date -
- Preference hospitals directly into their JMO eRecruit application and PTAP application by the closing date.
Offers are made based on the outcome of the preference matching process.
Interview Schedule for RPR hospitals for 2019
Interview schedule for 2019 from 24 June 2019 to 5 July 2019 - RPR interview schedule PDF, 68 KB
The facilities that are participating in the RPR scheme for the 2020 clinical year are listed below. Click on each facility for information.
Albury Wodonga Health is under the jurisdiction of Victoria Health. As such, successful applicants will be employed under the Victorian award rather than the NSW award. For further information, please contact the hospital directly. (see right hand menu)