New dose of doctors for Metro North
Queensland’s largest Hospital and Health Service is welcoming more than 160 junior doctors this week.
The intern doctors will embark on a challenging and rewarding journey at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, The Prince Charles Hospital, Caboolture Hospital and Redcliffe Hospital.
The internship allows junior doctors to truly be immersed into the day-to-day life of working at a hospital where they gain practical experience working along some of the best medical and healthcare leaders in the country, many of whom are experts in their field.
The internship provides an opportunity for junior doctors grow and develop their knowledge and skills in a professional, high performing environment working with state-of-the-art equipment and technology.
The new interns are participating in a week-long orientation program to familiarise themselves with each hospital, its services and clinical practice and procedures before beginning rotations through a variety of units that may include general medicine, surgery, emergency medicine and additional elective terms in other specialised areas.
The Metro North Hospital and Health Service cohort of 164 is made up of 92 interns at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, 25 at The Prince Charles Hospital, 30 at Redcliffe Hospital and 17 at Caboolture Hospital.
We look forward to seeing these fresh faces around our hospitals and watching them grow into professional, talented and extremely capable doctors.