The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) connects, represents and trains Physicians and trainee physicians across Australia and New Zealand.
Learn about what a physician is, what they do, and how to become one.
Membership to the RACP affords physicians and paediatricans various benefits and continual support as they progress through their careers.
An overview of how the Royal Australasian College of Physicians is structured.
Information about RACP's Board and governance arrangements.
50 Fellows and trainees make up the College Council, a senior advisory body to the College Board.
Information about RACP committees.
The RACP provides accreditation assessments of all hospitals and health service sites that wish to facilitate RACP Basic and Advanced Training Programs.
Community members are to provide advice to RACP to ensure healthcare consumers are at the centre of our training and education.
Special Interest Groups (SIG) provide an opportunity for RACP Fellows and trainees to connect with other health professionals in their area of interest.
The RACP International Strategy facilitates enhanced delivery of postgraduate medical training in the South West Pacific and Timor Leste.
The RACP Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the RACP that awards over $2 million annually in prizes, grants, scholarships and fellowships.
The RACP College Roll celebrates the achievements of physicians living and deceased.
The library holds approximately 40,000 items covering all aspects of medical history, with a comprehensive archive of Australian material.
Learn more about working at the RACP, and find advertisements for vacant positions.
Vacancies for General Medicine, Locums, Trainee and Rural positions
Get involved in RACPs’ work and make a valuable contribution to the RACP, your profession, and the community.