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Redland Hospital intern recruitment

Redland Hospital

Redland Hospital on Moreton Bay is a 45 minute’s drive from both Brisbane central business district and the Gold Coast. Moreton Bay is one of Australia’s fastest growing regions with easy access to beautiful beaches and all that Brisbane’s Bayside community has to offer.

Redland Hospital, the major health centre for Redland City and Brisbane’s southern bayside suburbs is growing to meet the needs of the community. Our expansion project will see our bed capacity at more than 240 beds in 2025 and includes a new ICU.

We are committed to providing training opportunities for doctors pursuing both generalist and specialist career pathways. Our facility size, and diverse range of clinical exposure opportunities, ensures their professional progress through essential hands-on experience.

The wellbeing of our junior doctors is of utmost importance to us and is supported by our rostering practices and supportive culture. We believe that we can provide the best work life balance opportunity for interns in Queensland.

Redland Hospital is affiliated with the University of Queensland Medical School and is accredited for vocational training programs. Whilst having on site simulation facilities we also enjoy a close relationship with the Clinical Skills Development Service as a simulation pocket.

PGY1 rotations

Every effort is made to provide interns with rotations that match their special interest and future career aspirations, including those interns on the Rural Generalist Pathway, whilst also meeting Prevocational Medical Training requirements. The medical year is divided into 5 terms and leave is allocated in 5 weeks blocks.

  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Paediatrics
  • Mental Health
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Anaesthetics

The option of a 2 year contract for all of prevocational training (PGY1,PGY2) supports an individualised approach to crafting a longitudinal program for each trainee.

Why Redland?

  • Work life balance
  • 76 hours rostered fortnights
  • No night shifts nor relieving terms for interns
  • Supportive culture
  • Consultant led supervision; excellent senior doctor to intern ratio
  • Broad general clinical experience blended with special interests
  • Highly rated by previous cohorts
  • Option of two-year contract
  • Fully integrated digital facility

Education, training and support

The Medical Education Unit are your advocates. We meet with each intern individually at least twice per term. And provide support specific to your needs.

Opportunities at Redland Hospital include:

  • Formal Education Program.
  • Grand Rounds
  • Department/Unit specific Education (including Practical Skills Workshops and Journal Club)
  • Simulation facility
  • Peer mentorship program
  • RMO society
  • Opportunities to participate in Research and Quality improvement projects.
  • 6 day Orientation program (paid)
  • Participation in Governance committees.


Last updated 3 May 2024
Last reviewed 3 May 2024