At Alfred Health, we recognise the difficult transition from medical student to intern and provide dedicated support to help you through your first postgraduate year.
Applications for internship close on 2 June 2017
As an Alfred Health Intern you will participate in an extensive orientation program dedicated to covering clinical scenarios and a further orientation program combining didactic, hands on workshops and skills stations to ensure your transition is smooth and you gain the clinical skills necessary to perform at intern level.
As part of our commitment, we provide a comprehensive education program aimed at intern level and mapped to the Australian Curriculum Framework, including weekly education sessions, numerous unit meetings and professional development programs.
Our long standing Junior Medical Staff Mentor Program has played a significant role in nurturing our junior doctors to reach their full potential since. Our dedicated Senior Medical Staff are passionately committed to the program and to providing the support and guidance to our junior staff needed to help achieve their goals and future career aspirations.
On the wards your registrar and consultant will provide you with the necessary supervision. The Supervisor of Intern Training and a wide range of staff are also available to aid you in career choices, advice and assistance with any concerns you may have throughout the year.
Find out what we look for in our candidates, what to include in your application and how we assess applications.
Our 2017 Intern Information Nights will be held on Monday 15 May 2017 and Tuesday 30 May 2017.
Attendance is not compulsory nor is it part of the selection criteria.
Find out more about the Intern Information Night.
To apply for internship at Alfred Health, you need to meet the eligibility criteria for the PMCV Computer matching online and obtain a PMCV computer match number prior to proceeding with your application.
|14 June - 28 June 2017||Interviews (for selected applicants)|
|2 June 2017||
Applications / Hospital Priority List / Referee Reports
|15 January 2018||Start date|
Intern Group 1
- Australian permanent resident graduates of Victorian universities including domestic full fee paying students and New Zealand citizens (such as graduates of University of Melbourne, Monash University, Deakin University and University of Notre Dame: Melbourne Clinical School).
Intern Non Group 1
- Australian temporary resident graduates of Victorian universities
- Australian permanent resident graduates of interstate or New Zealand universities (including previous residents of Victoria)
- Australian temporary resident graduates of interstate universities
- New Zealand temporary resident graduates of New Zealand universities
- Graduates from an overseas campus of an Australian/New Zealand University accredited by the Australian Medical Council (e.g. Monash University – Sunway Campus, Malaysia)