Adult Internal Medicine (Basic Training)

Duration

  • 3 years full-time
  • Basic Training (BT) is the start of a minimum 6-year training program to become a Physician
  • Flexible training options are available
  • Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may apply

Entry

  • Minimum PGY1+
  • Appointed to a training position at an RACP accredited training site
  • Approved for training by the Director of Physician Education (DPE)

Training

36 months certified training time consisting of:

  • 24 months Core training (3-6 months General Medicine, 12 months Medical Specialties and 6 months optional selections)
  • 12 months Non-Core training (may include Emergency Medicine, Medical Specialties, Nights, Relieving, Paediatric Medicine or other DPE approved rotations)

Other

  • Advanced Life Support (ALS) course or equivalent
  • Successful completion of BT allows progression to Advanced Training in a range of specialties
Information from regionalmedicaltraining.com.au is intended as a summary to assist with career planning and has been developed by the Southern Regional Training Hub Alliance. While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, details should be verified through the relevant Specialist College and health services. LAST UPDATED October 14, 2021