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Here at Metro South, there are more than 50 different programs to choose from to begin your journey to excellence with us. Whether it’s the thrill of the Emergency Department or the fulfilment of Paediatrics you’re looking for, now is your chance to find out why two-thirds of students prefer Metro South Health to begin their nursing and midwifery careers.

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Rural and remote Graduate Pathway - Southern Cluster Support Hub

Metro South Health is part of the Southern Cluster for the nursing and midwifery graduate Rural and Remote Pathway. The pathway provides an opportunity for graduate registered nurses and midwives to be involved in a two-year program. The program consists of 12 months rural and remote, and 12 months metropolitan or the option to continue in rural and remote.

This is an exciting professional growth opportunity to work in diverse, challenging and rewarding environments. Gain knowledge and skills for a lifelong career while experiencing the wonderful lifestyle in rural areas.

Express your interest in the Rural and Remote Pathway when you complete your application for a graduate position.

The Southern Cluster Hub consists of: 

  • Children's Health Queensland
  • Darling Downs Health
  • Gold Coast Health
  • West Moreton Health
  • Metro South Health
    • Logan and Beaudesert Health Service
    • Princess Alexandra Hospital
    • QEII Jubilee Hospital
    • Bayside Health Service

There may also be opportunities in other Rural and Remote facilities across Queensland.

For more information email: SouthernClusterSupportHub@health.qld.gov.au and visit Working in rural and remote | Qld Health Nursing and Midwifery graduate program.

Video guides

Our video guides are a great way to learn more about Metro South Health's Nursing and Midwifery Graduate Programs. Staff share their experiences about the culture, support and opportunities within Metro South Health. 

Last updated 2 July 2024
Last reviewed 2 July 2024