How GP training in a rural setting makes you a better doctor
Be there. For them.
James Cook University's program training GP registrars to make a difference in North Western Queensland
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health
Closing the gap between the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians is a national priority.
The future of GP training
General Practitioners (GPs) are a key part of the health workforce that communities in northern, regional and remote Australia require.
Making rural health matter
James Cook University is making a difference in the lives of Australians in regional, rural, remote and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Why be a GP?
The flexibility, variety, excitement, and wide scope of practice are just some of the reasons that JCU GP registrars love their career. Discover more about becoming a GP with JCU.