Train, work and live in rural and regional Victoria

The Victorian Rural Generalist pathway (VRGP) is a state-wide end-to-end Rural Generalist training program that allows the future rural generalist workforce to train, work and live in rural and regional Victoria. The VRGP pathway can be commenced in either year one or year two of your postgraduate training years.

Rural Generalists are GPs with advanced skills in areas such as obstetrics, anaesthetics, emergency medicine, paediatrics, internal medicine, population health, Indigenous health and mental health. Rural Generalists in Victoria work in community settings, as well as contributing to the local rural health service to provide vital services.

In addition to providing a diverse and rewarding training experience, the long-term objective of the VRGP is to increase the employment of rural generalists in rural health services and communities across Victoria.

See link to register for the open events (details of the events are below.) rebrand.ly/loddonmallee

Visit us in person, meet our teams and tour our facilities 

  1. Mildura Base Public Hospital – Friday 14 April 12pm-3pm
  2. Swan Hill District Health – Friday 14 April 5.30pm -8.30pm
  3. Echuca Regional Health (Victorian Rural Generalist Program Loddon Mallee Pathway) – Saturday 15 April 9.30am-12.30am
  4. Bendigo Health – Saturday 15 April 2.00pm-5.00pm

Join us online for a zoom information session

  1. Mildura Base Public Hospital, Echuca Regional Health, Swan Hill District Health, Victorian Rural Generalist Program Loddon Mallee Pathway, Bendigo Health – Thursday 13 April 6.00pm-8.00pm

If you plan on coming to all face to face sessions, we’re offering a COMPLIMENTARY LODDON MALLEE Health Network TOUR BUS on Friday 14 April and Saturday 15 April, taking you between all health services, and we’ll also provide your accommodation, dinner breakfast and lunch. It’ll be a lot of fun! We’ll convene in Mildura and finish in Bendigo,  and you’ll be accompanied by Gemma Bilardi, Loddon Mallee VRGP Coordinator. 

For more information go to https://www.murrayphn.org.au