Procedural GPs play an important role in many rural communities.
They are integral to providing high quality healthcare, close to home, for rural and remote Australians.
To help doctors understand more about what a GP proceduralist/rural generalist is and how to become one, we have developed some useful resources including:
- A list of commonly asked questions
- A map showing the locations where doctors can train, and where they can practise O&G and anaesthesia skills in NSW and ACT
- A video featuring Procedural GP, Dr Scott Finlay from Moree demonstrating the role and diversity of a career as a GP proceduralist.
To access these resources and find out more, visit our procedural training page.