Adult Medicine Division
The Adult Medicine Division (AMD) is a Division of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) that represents and connects Adult Medicine Fellows and trainees in Australia and New Zealand.
The AMD oversees training and continuing professional development, whilst promoting excellence in skills, expertise and ethical standards. We act as a multidisciplinary authoritative body for Adult Internal Medicine, and are committed to improving patient outcomes. We advocate on behalf of our members and promote the study of Adult Internal Medicine with a clinical, public health and research approach to treatment.
Chapters of the Adult Medicine Division include:
About Adult Medicine
Adult Medicine Physicians diagnose and treat patients with a wide range of internal medicine conditions. Adult Medicine encompasses over 33 medical specialties, including Cardiology, Endocrinology, and Neurology.
Training in Adult Medicine
There are a number of training options in Adult Medicine.
Find out more about Adult Medicine programs:
Latest news on Adult Medicine
Read the latest news and communiques from the Division.
You can get involved in the Division and connect with other Adult Medicine Fellows and trainees in a number of ways:
The President of the Adult Medicine Division is Professor Paul Komesaroff.
Find out more about AMD governance.