Mildura Year 5D
Year 5D rotations in Mildura
The School of Rural Health Mildura and Mildura Base Hospital offer 11 final year rotations:
Scholarly intensive program (SIP)
Contact Jenny Timmis for more information about final year placements: firstname.lastname@example.org | 5022 5521
Hear it from the students themselves
Four students who did placements in Mildura in 2019 recorded their thoughts. Meet: Sandy Su, Katelyn O'Meara, Tanzina Kazi, Ruth Malsem.
See what students in Mildura do
"I had a great time in Mildura. I spent six weeks working in the emergency department and I don't think I could have asked for a better experience; I did so many procedures, hands-on activities, and presented each of the many patients I saw on my own to the consultant on duty. This really helped me consolidate my practical and clinical skills as well as boosting my confidence levels.
The clinical school has arguably one of the best facilities I've seen anywhere for simulation sessions and training. The number of scenarios they can simulate for us to practice on is impressive. They even use it for the emergency registrars to practice for their fellowship exam. It's that good.
Living in the Tin Shed was also a great way to get to know some of your fellow final years. We had so much fun there partly because we also get to hang out not only with third and fourth year students, but also interns, residents, and even registrars!
Mildura itself is a great little place to spend six weeks at. It's nowhere near as gloomy as Melbourne and there are lots to things to see and do in and around Mildura, which makes for awesome weekend trips. The farmer's market is always a nice place to check out every alternate weekend. For those of you with a bit more energy, there's a gym with sauna and pool, tennis clubs, and soccer clubs that you can join during your time there.
I had a blast in Mildura and I would definitely recommend coming here for a rotation."