Medical careers at The Prince Charles Hospital2023-06-12T09:35:41+10:00

Medical careers at The Prince Charles Hospital

We are proud to have a long tradition of educating and training the next generation of medical professionals in Queensland. We have a strong focus on multidisciplinary partnerships, research excellence and education and we strive to deliver evidence-based outpatient service for patients and their families.

The Prince Charles Hospital is one of five hospitals in the Metro North Hospital and Health Service (MNHHS), the largest and most diverse health service in Queensland.

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Current vacancies

Find out current vacancies by accessing the smart jobs portal.

Annual Resident Medical Officer (RMO) recruitment – opening and closing dates

Find out the application process and access the application portal.


View internship information at The Prince Charles Hospital.

View frequently asked questions about core terms, rotations and education sessions.

Medical career pathways

View our Medical Officers’ Careers Guide for information on career pathways, including:

  • Medicine and subspecialties
  • Rehabilitation
  • Pathology
  • General Practice
  • Medical Imaging
  • Mental Health
  • Anaesthetics
  • Intensive Care
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Medical Administration

Medical education

We offer opportunities to prioritise rotations for training requirements, offer guidance to assist with career choices and provide personal and professional support. Our education and support includes:

  • Advanced Life Support (ARC certified)
  • Weekly Grand Rounds
  • Wide range of unit specific training sessions on a weekly basis
  • Medical Education Unit support
  • Monthly Resident Medical Officer (RMO) skills workshops
  • Resident Medical Officer Society and social events


On campus we have a number of facilities available:

  • The Prince Charles Hospital Library
  • Educational Centre
  • Simulation Centre
  • Doctors’ Common Room

Medical research

TPCH is an active centre for education and research. The library provides evidence-based information and research services. The University of Queensland’s Northside Medical School is located on this campus along with the Queensland University of Technology Mechanical and Biological Engineering Facility.

There are leading clinical and translational research programs, particularly in the fields of cardio thoracic medicine and surgery, critical care and orthopaedics. The site is a major training site for cardiothoracic sub specialties.

Contact us

Medical workforce
Phone: (07) 3139 3220

Medical education
Phone: (07) 3139 4221


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Find out more about your preferred specialty, including accredited training site locations, program eligibility and flexibility.

You can also find out more about how to apply for resident medical officer positions.

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