Medical students (BMedSc/MD) and practicing clinician programs
Medical student programs in the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health is a vibrant interdisciplinary hub of teaching and research. Our team coordinates the teaching of Monash University's Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD) program, covering all units in every specialist medical and surgical discipline. Our network of hospitals means that one week you might be at Monash Medical Centre in Clayton assisting in neurosurgery, watching cardiac bypass surgery or a double mastectomy, and the next taking a history at Kingston Centre from a stoic octogenarian who's had a fall but just wants to tell you about her rose garden. In fact you could spend your time at any one of our locations; Monash Medical Centre (MMC), Kingston Centre , Casey Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital or Monash Children's Hospital.
We pride ourselves on providing a holistic structured program that includes lectures and tutorial programs, patient and theme based learning, bedside skills and ‘Observe Structural Clinical Exams' (OSCE), all in a supportive learning environment. You'll be learning from clinician-scientists at the top of their game in things like pituitary and adrenal conditions, lupus and arthritis, infectious diseases and robotic cardiac surgery. And we'll be supporting you through Years 3B, 4C and 5D of your BMedSc/MD so you can focus on learning in real life environments, driving your ability and fine tuning your know-how as you become a doctor.
Find out more about the Monash School of Medicine and the other BMedSc/MD locations.