Accredited training sites

An accredited training site is a hospital or health service that is approved by the RACP as a site for Basic and Advanced Trainees to complete their training.

Trainees must be employed by an accredited training site before applying for ​​Basic or ​Advanced Training.

An accredited training site will provide a trainee with:

  • Access to quality supervision during training
  • The opportunity to improve on clinical skills and knowledge
  • Continuing education and research opportunities

The RACP assesses all hospitals and health services who wish to become accredited training sites to ensure they meet the criteria to provide training.

Further information on getting a training site accredited

Accredited training sites for Advanced Training

Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
Addiction Medicine 
Clinical Genetics
Clinical Pharmacology
Community Child Health
General Medicine and Acute Care Medicine
General Paediatrics
Geriatric Medicine
Immunology and Allergy
Infectious Diseases
Medical Oncology
Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine
Nuclear Medicine
Occupational & Environmental Medicine
Paediatric Emergency Medicine
Palliative Medicine
Public Health Medicine
Rehabilitation Medicine
Respiratory and Sleep Medicine
Sexual Health Medicine

Applying for a position at an accredited training site

The RACP is not responsible for finding training positions for applicants.

Contact the accredited training site directly to find a training position.

You can also view current Trainee Positions and General Medicine Positions as advertised by employers ​through the RACP Medical Positions Vacant page

Advanced Trainee Selection and Matching (ATSM)

ATSM is an online documentation and numerical preference system that electronically matches eligible applicants to Advanced Training positions at RACP accredited training sites.

ATSM provides participating specialty groups, employ​ers and Advanced Trainees with a centrali​sed location and platform to fill and secure Advanced Training positions.

Learn more about ATSM and see if your specialty is involved

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