GP Training


The most diverse and flexible career in medicine

On any given day, you could be seeing a mixture of mental health, skin, eye, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, neurological, respiratory, women’s health and men’s health conditions – and more!

You’ll be managing acute, complex and chronic conditions, interacting with generations of families, and playing a crucial leadership role in the health and wellbeing of your community.

There is no other profession like it.

Did You Know

  • You can sub-specialise in procedural and non-procedural disciplines
  • General Practice isn’t just scripts, referrals, coughs and colds
  • The possibilities are endless – you could be a generalist or proceduralist, work full-time or part-time, or enjoy city or country life

Dr Cristina Valero

I initially had no interest in general practice. That is, until I experienced it firsthand.

Read about Cristina’s journey

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