Advanced Training: QLD

Training Opportunities / Accredited Site Information Queensland 2016-17

Queensland has an appointed Statewide Medical Co-ordinator and Medical Education Officer who are dedicated to Advanced Training in Geriatric Medicine.


The Queensland Geriatric Medicine Advanced Training program is based on the RACP Geriatric Medicine Advanced Training curriculum. The education program is held each Wednesday afternoon for 1.5 hours. There are facilities available at each training site or trainees can attend via videoconference. The aim of the programme is to improve the quality of training in Geriatric Medicine and to promote high quality and diverse training opportunities that exist across the state.

Applications through the Qld RMO Campaign for positions on the  Geriatric Medicine Advanced Training in 2017 will open on 08/06/16 @9am and close on 06/07/16 @3pm

Please click on the following document and review it carefully before making an application “Qld Geriatric Medicine Advanced Training Application Guidelines – How to Apply”

(Current Trainees and New Candidates) – This welcome pack has been designed for Advanced Trainees commencing or continuing training in Geriatric Medicine from 2014 onwards. It contains essential information that you will need to complete your training.



Click on each individual Health Service Link for further information

Cairns (North Queensland Geriatric Medicine Training Alliance)  2016

Townsville (North Queensland Geriatric Medicine Training Alliance)  2016

Nambour  2016

Redcliffe Hospital   2016

The Prince Charles Hospital  2016

Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital  2016

Princess Alexandra Hospital  2016

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital  2016

Gold Coast Hospital  2016

Ipswich Hospital 2016

Toowoomba Hospital 2016

Logan Hospital 2016

Greenslopes Hospital  2016

St Vincent’s Hospital 2016

Further information regarding advanced training can be discussed with Dr Shaun Pandy (Statewide Medical Co-ordinator) on 07 31395157 or via email




Updated 21/5/2015