The UnitingCare Health Clinical School offers around 270 student placements per year across UnitingCare Health campuses (including The Wesley Hospital, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital, The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital and in the future, here at St Stephens Hospital in Hervey Bay. The UnitingCare Health Clinical School is affiliated with Bond University, The University of Queensland and Griffith University and also offers International Elective Student Placements to overseas students.
The UnitingCare Health Clinical School provides education in a wide array of disciplines, including:
- General Medicine
- Women's Health
- Mental Health
- Aged Care and Cancer Care
- Critical Care
- Intensive Care
- Emergency Medicine
- Palliative Care
Amongst the 288 tutors, The UnitingCare Health Clinical School has 9 leads in the following areas of speciality:
- 2 General Medicine Leads
- 2 Surgery Leads
- 1 Women's Health Lead
- 2 Paediatric Leads
- 1 Critical Care Lead
- 1 Interdisciplinary Lead
There are also 2 Clinical Sub Deans.
For more information, please contact Head of School John Allan, or Deputy Head Doug Cavaye on 07 3232 6296.
Post Graduate Medical Education
Intern programs are offered at The Wesley Hospital and St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital. Please contact the hospitals directly for more information.
Registrar Programs (Fellowships)
Registrar programs across UnitingCare Health enable the development of core competencies and extensive expertise relevant to the area of practice.
The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital offers a Psychiatry Registrar position and St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital are currently running an Intensive Care Unit and an Emergency Services registrar training program. The Wesley Hospital also offer a number of positions.