Dubbo welcomes new medical students
THE School of Rural Health in Dubbo has welcomed a new group of University of Sydney medical students who are ready to spend the next year living and training in the local community. THE students come from a range of backgrounds and have chosen to come to Dubbo to complete one year of their studies. They will live in the School of Rural Health accommodation at the campus on Moran Drive. DURING their year here, the 16 new students will study at the School of Rural Health campus and train with local doctors at Dubbo Hospital and medical practices, as well as participating in outreach clinics and placements throughout the region. THEY will be completing their fourth and final year of studies in Dubbo, before they graduate and become junior doctors and take up intern placements.
Alison Mccoll, Dustin Jefferys, Natalie Armstrong, Tanvir Kapoor, Tim Barnes, Jason Trounce and Trent Koessler
Ainsley Goff, Amy Thwaites, Bec Kovacs, Dr Colin Mcclintock and Dr Mark Arnold
Welcome to the class of 2019-2020.