Education - Medical
St Vincent’s Clinical School oversees the clinical training of undergraduate medical students from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and UNSW-related research activities on the St Vincent’s Campus, including postgraduate training. The School also provides training to elective visiting students from national and international medical schools.
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St Vincent's Clinical School
Level 5, De Lacy Building
Victoria St Darlinghurst NSW 2010
T 02 8382 2023 F 02 8382 3229
Postgraduate education programs
St Vincent’s Hospital is accredited by the NSW Institute of Medical Education and Training as a primary allocation centre for interns and residents and is recognised for the training and education it provides for these junior medical officers.
The Hospital also provides recognised and College-accredited postgraduate education programs in many specialty areas including, but not limited to, emergency training, physician training and surgical training.
Junior Medical Staff - program information
Cardiac CT CoursesThe St Vincent’s Cardiac CT course is directed to cardiologists, radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians, who wish to achieve Level A (Australian) accreditation. The content has been specifically designed to satisfy the new Australian Level A requirements, including live and non-coronary cases, and exceeds SCCT Level II requirements. Read more ...
There is a huge range of learning opportunities across all sectors of the Campus (St Vincent’s Hospital, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Sacred Heart) and the community it serves through numerous outpatient and community-based services.