GP Hospital Training Opportunities

GP Hospital Training Pathway

The pilot GP Hospital Training Pathway (GP Pathway), which commenced in 2020, will transition into business as usual from 1 January 2023.

The GP Pathway provides participants with equitable access to GP-suitable rotations that are relevant and useful in preparing for entry into a community GP placement.

Expressions of interest for the GP Pathway for 2023 are now closed.

For more information, including instructions on how to submit an EOI and Frequently Asked Questions, please refer to the GP Pathway Website.

Junior doctors that have applied, or plan to apply, for the AGPT can view the GP Pathway rotations being offered for 2023 here.

For more information, please contact Medical Workforce.

Rural Generalist Pathway WA

As part of the National Rural Generalist Pathway, the WA Country Health Service (WACHS) hosts the Rural Generalist Pathway WA (RGPWA) Coordination Unit to support the expansion of a dedicated training pathway for aspiring rural generalists in WA. The aim of the RGPWA is to facilitate the transition for rural generalist trainees through the various educational and training components, as well as provide post-fellowship support to rural generalists.

The RGPWA is flexible and can be joined at various points throughout a current or aspiring rural generalist’s training journey. If you are interested in training to be a rural generalist or are currently enrolled in training, you may be eligible to apply to join the pathway. The pathway offers an open intake with applications accepted throughout the year.

To find out more about the pathway, including the eligibility criteria and the application process, visit the RGPWA website or email

Rural primary care rotations for rural prevocational junior doctors

Funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, the John Flynn Prevocational Doctor Program (JFPDP) offers rural primary care rotations to eligible WACHS prevocational junior doctors in postgraduate years 1-5.

Placements include:

  • Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Service and Royal Flying Doctor Service
  • Pioneer Health Albany
  • South West Aboriginal Medical Service

This program is administered by the RGPWA Coordination Unit. To find out more about the program, visit the JFPDP section on the RGPWA website or email