The Canberra Hospital is a 672-bed tertiary hospital offering a broad range of specialty rotations, including cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, haematology, infectious diseases, medical oncology, neurology, nephrology, palliative care, respiratory and ICU. It is a teaching hospital affiliated with the Australian National University (ANU) medical school.
The Canberra Hospital is equipped with a comprehensive medical library and a newly built education precinct within Building 8. This houses University of Canberra training and research, ANU teaching and training, and dedicated skills labs and education facilities.
NORTH CANBERRA HOSPITAL
North Canberra Hospital is a Level 1 teaching hospital located in the northern suburbs of Canberra. It is a 256 bed hospital offering rich exposure to general medicine. There are dedicated intensive care, medical oncology, cardiology and stroke services.
South East Regional Hospital offers a state-of-the-art health facility on the South Coast of NSW, just 2.5 hours drive from Canberra. It offers trainees broad general medicine exposure, in addition to a coastal lifestyle. Two trainees rotate to Bega each term.
Located one hour north of Canberra, Goulburn Base Hospital is an 80-bed hospital offering 24 hour emergency, intensive care, dialysis, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation services. Two trainees complete a general medicine rotation at Goulburn each term.