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Be there. For them.
Be there. For them.

We serve a population of more than 1.6 million
people across a diverse geographical area

North Western Queensland offers a vivid mix of people and landscapes. From
glorious beaches and mountains, and hinterlands with spectacular
rainforests and rich farmland, to wide savannah country,
wilderness and the red soil of the Australian outback.

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*Note: Training in South East Queensland including the Sunshine Coast
is managed by RACGP. For ACRRM, JCU facilitates training
in the Queensland region excluding
South East Queensland.

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James Cook University,
Townsville QLD 4811


    Update and new website coming soon

    We are pleased to have continued as a training delivery entity officially from 1 February 2023 under the College-led training model, with JCU’s staff and structures committed to supporting the national Colleges.

    To date, we have been working with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) to retain our regional and localised expertise and operations as the only university training GPs since 2016.

    We are pleased to have signed separate agreements with both colleges that will collectively benefit our staff, communities, stakeholders, and registrars.

    This is an exciting future for registrars training in our region, many who are familiar with JCU or are graduates of our undergraduate medical program.

    Our well-established presence here, and experience training GP’s ‘with, in and for’ our rural and remote communities, will remain a benefit to GP registrars and their patients into the future.

    We will be updating our website over the coming months to reflect these changes.  If you are looking for additional information in the meantime, please contact your local region office or the operations team.