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R2R Medicine Quorn Clinical Skills

Location: Quorn, Flinders Ranges
Date: Friday 5 April to Sunday 7 April 2024

Applications are now closed for the 2024 experience.

RDWA’s R2R Medicine Quorn GP Clinical Skills Experience is a unique opportunity that has been expanding medical students’ understanding of rural generalism and rural lifestyle for more than 20 years.

During this interactive and hands-on clinical skills weekend, first and second year medical students work closely with an experienced team of rural GPs who will lead them through simulated emergency and rural generalism clinical skills stations, and trauma management.

Program activities will take place in Quorn. Clinical skills sessions will be hosted at the Quorn and District Memorial Hospital, Warren Gorge and Devil’s Peak. Social experiences are hosted at Great Northern Lodge and Dr Tony Lian Lloyd’s residence.

Students leave Adelaide by chartered coach late Friday afternoon to spend two full days in Quorn and return by late afternoon/early evening on Sunday.

This experience includes travel, accommodation, meals and social experiences.


This experience is available for medical students at the University of Adelaide and Finders University.

To be eligible, students must be:

  • Over 18 years of age
  • A first or second year medical student in 2024
  • A university rural health club member

There are 12 places available for students from each university.

If there are more eligible applicants than places available, places will be prioritised on applicants' described intention to consider a rural generalist career in SA.


Applications are now closed for the 2024 experience. 



Dale Penny, Coordinator R2R Medicine Programs
Phone: (08) 8234 8277
Email: futureworkforce@ruraldoc.com.au