Located on the Prince of Wales Hospital campus in Randwick, just a short walk from the University of New South Wales. The Prince of Wales Clinical School also encompasses the Royal Women’s Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital.
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.
The South Western Sydney Clinical School (SWSCS) was established in 1990. It is unique to the UNSW city clinical schools in that it embraces multiple campuses, allowing access to a broad and diverse range of health care services delivered to a large (approximately 800,000 people) and diverse population.
The St George Clinical School is located off the University campus at the St George Hospital, which is a principal teaching hospital of UNSW. It has been training UNSW medical students since 1967. The hospital, based in Kogarah, 14 kms to Sydney’s south, is a major tertiary hospital and a part of the South East Sydney Area Health Service.
Funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, the UNSW Rural Clinical School was established in January 2000 in the Greater Murray Region of New South Wales (Greater Murray Clinical School), with campuses in Albury Wodonga and Wagga Wagga. In February 2001, additional funding established a Mid North Coast division of the School with campuses at Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie. The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Rural Clinical School is fully committed to leading the rural education of medical students in Australia.
For more information about the rural clinical school, see http://medsoc.org.au/cms/rural-clinical-school/.