Nursing & Allied Health
Growing and supporting a Nursing and Allied Health workforce for rural Australia
Health professionals are in demand across rural New South Wales and you can choose from a bustling regional city, a picturesque coastal town or a friendly country village with plenty of wide open spaces.
Rural practice can be very rewarding. You never know what the next day will bring and your clinical skills will be challenged by this exciting and varied practice. Enjoy flexible hours, a more affordable lifestyle and being part of a supportive community.
The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) can help you make the move to rural practice through the Australian Government Rural Health Workforce Support Program. The objective of this program is to contribute to addressing health workforce shortages and mal-distribution in regional, rural and remote Australia. The program aims to increase access to quality primary care for rural and remote populations by growing and supporting the rural health workforce.
Through the Rural Health Workforce Support Program, RDN can provide recruitment, orientation and retention support services to nurses and allied health professionals moving to rural and remote NSW. We can even offer you financial support if you are moving to a more rural location.
To get started, search for a job or call the RDN Nursing & Allied Health recruitment and workforce development team on 02 4924 8000.