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R2R Medicine Quorn Clinical Skills

Rescheduled to later in 2023!

Unfortunately, we’ve had to reschedule the Quorn R2R Medicine Clinical Skills event that was set for June to later in 2023

We will be back as soon as we can to let you know about the timing for the  clinical experience in rural and emergency medicine with Rural Generalists and Rural GPs in Quorn

It’s a great way to get real hands-on experience and shape your future.

About the Program

The R2R Medicine Quorn Clinical Skills is a game changer for med students.  Early in your medical degree you get unique insights into rural medicine and life in rural communities.

You’ll spend time in the Quorn Health Services learning about the country hospitals and their fundamental role in access to healthcare for Australians, no matter where they live.

Not only will you get your hands into real clinical situations, you’ll spend quality time with  Rural Generalists and GPs whose passion is supporting young doctors.

All the costs of the weekend are taken care of by RDWA, because we are funded by the State and Commonwealth governments to support Australia’s future rural medical workforce.

  • Leave Adelaide Friday night to arrive in Quorn for two full days
  • A great team of experienced rural GPs and a R2R Medicine Intern run the interactive program of emergency trauma and general medicine skills.
  • All meals, accommodation (single rooms) and travel funded.
  • Social night with the GP team
  • Explore Warren Gorge and Devil’s Peak.


When we open applications, you will be able to apply if you are in first or second year medicine at Finders University or the University of Adelaide, and you are a member of (or planning on joining) your University Rural Health Club or medical student society.


Complete our short application form, telling us about your interest in rural medicine.  We will assess applications to give priority access to med students who demonstrate significant interest in rural medicine.  We have 24 places for the 2023 program.

If you’d like to be placed on a list to let you know when we open applications, please contact Andrea on the email below.


For more information please contact:
Andrea Brown, Manager Future Workforce
Phone: (08) 8234 8277
Email: futureworkforce@ruraldoc.com.au