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Twenty-two (22) doctors in the NT are celebrating gaining their GP fellowships after completing a national GP training program run locally by Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE).

Each year the Australian Government commissions an external research company to conduct the National Registrar Survey (NRS).

Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) has launched a new campaign to promote General Practice as a career through the inspirational real-life stories of GPs across the region.
NTGPE congratulates RACGP SA/NT GP of the Year Award winner Dr Bronwyn Carson
What if you were promised a job that was challenging, rewarding and offered you opportunities to build your clinical skills far more quickly than your fellow GPs in training?
We are pleased to confirm GPTEC will be held 7–9 September 2021.
NTGPE welcomes Mr John Rawnsley as the newly appointed NT PHN member on the NTGPE Board. John is the manager of the Law and Justice section at the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) and has a legal background.
An update from the organising committee
Looking for more information about starting your GP career in the NT? Book a one on one Q&A session with our program specialist to discuss your personal situation and questions.
NTGPE GP registrar Dr Rhys Harding’s placements have taken him to just about every corner of the Northern Territory, including Darwin, Alice Springs, Palmerston, Nhulunbuy, Katherine and now Antarctica. See his journey here
NTGPE CEO appointed Chair of the Regional Training Organisation Network (RTON) group
NTGPE joins forces on a program on remote Aboriginal health for rural generalist training.