Working in Australia About Brisbane Medical Positions Nursing Positions Research Positions Observerships Medical Students

Moving to Australia is exciting! A beautiful country, nice weather and friendly people make for a lovely lifestyle.

The actual process is, however, quite long – so aim to start the paperwork between 6-12 months before you are due to arrive.  Here are some links to look at:

 

Working in Australia – Advice from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Reciprocal Health Care Agreements – Medicare

Information for Overseas Practitioners seeking registration in Australia – Australia Health Practitioner regulation Agency (AHPRA)

 

For Medical Staff

I am a doctor. How can I work in Australia? – Advice from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection

DoctorConnect – Department of Health website specifically aimed at doctors wanting to move to Australia

Overseas Trained Specialists – College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM)

Short-term training for International medical Graduates – College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM)

Assessment pathways to registration for international medical graduates – Australian Medical Council (AMC)

Requirements to practice for medical staff – Queensland Health

 

For nursing staff

I am a nurse. How can I work in Australia? – Advice from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Skilled Migration Services – Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC)

Requirements to practice for nursing staff – Queensland Health