Here she explains how she came to the decision to join the rural pathway, and why she’s excited to see where it can take her.
Dr Tammy Maxwell chose to do her GP training in a rural environment and opted to stay after achieving fellowship. Here’s why..
If you’re on the fence, GPTQ registrar Isaac Tranter’s experiences may help. He shares key insights into what it’s like to work in a rural community.
Southeast Queensland boasts many great options for gaining experience in a rural practice.
Dr Sam Petersen is a GP registrar based at Chinchilla Medical Practice in rural Queensland and is also GPTQ’s Rural Registrar Liaison Officer (RLO).
Outback Queensland offers interesting medicine, a great climate and so much more.