A Flinders Darwin medical student with a long-term plan to work in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory is the recipient of the 2019 AMA […]
The Northern Territory’s latest crop of 15 graduating doctors includes the largest Indigenous cohort since Flinders launched the NT Medical Program.
Popular Flinders Northern Territory medical student Ian Lee has become the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association’s Student of the Year 2016.
Remote living is no barrier for Northern Territory GP of the Year 2016 Dr Sarah Chalmers.
NT medical student Kelly McNamara is campaigning to raise money and awareness for early intervention programs for disabled and disadvantaged children.
Flinders University’s internationally renowned School of Medicine has received the highest endorsement from the national accreditation body for medical education programs.
“If a developing country like Cuba can train more doctors and nurses than they need so they can contribute to the health care needs of other countries around the world – why can’t Australia do the same?”
The first doctors to be educated entirely in the Northern Territory will graduate at a Flinders University ceremony in Darwin on December 18.
Students from Flinders University’s Northern Territory Medical Program (NTMP) have showcased the University’s new teaching facility at the Katherine District Hospital to the Governor-General.