Northern Territory Medical Program (NTMP) is an exciting collaboration between the Northern Territory Government and Flinders University's School of Medicine.
2011, an inaugural group of 24 students enrolled in first year of the medical program at its brand new, purpose-built building at Charles Darwin University campus.
The NTMP has an administration centre and teaching rooms at the Royal Darwin Hospital, as well as established teaching sites in Alice Springs, Nhulunbuy, Katherine and Tennant Creek.
The NTMP works closely with other Flinders NT initiatives including:
- The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health
- Centre for Remote Health
- Palmerston Super Clinic
- Flinders NT Regional Training Hub
- The University has a strategic commitment that Flinders NT activities will be undertaken in close collaboration with Charles Darwin University.
Successful NT resident applicants to the Northern Territory Medical Program are offered a place subject to signing an NT Bonded Medical Scheme Return of Service Obligation Deed of Agreement with the Northern Territory Government. This allows them to study without the burden of a Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debt and provides the benefit of guaranteed employment within the Northern Territory for four years on graduation including 3 years after successful completion of their internship (postgraduate year 1).
This school has multiple campuses
Flinders University School of Medicine
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