Bendigo Health prides itself on providing you with the best start to your Nursing and Midwifery career. Our range of graduate programs span acute, sub-acute, community, aged care, mental health, women's health, special care nursery, paediatrics and interventional suite. All programs are graduate specific - designed to support your development of clinical and professional competence as you transition from student to nurse/midwife in a supportive, caring and passionate workplace.Learn more
An Internship in Bendigo is known for its hands on experience, excellent consultant contact time, supportive community and high expectations with respect to medical education. The hospital and senior staff have a strong philosophy of supporting career development of junior doctors. Many interns stay on as PGY2 and are well regarded when they pursue subsequent vocational training programs and positions.Learn more
Our clinical head of obstetrics and gynaecology Dr Nicola Yuen discuss the risk of COVID-19 to pregnant women and what they can expect when they birth at Bendigo Health.
Bendigo Health is conducting two thirds of its 1800 weekly outpatient appointments via telehealth to reduce the number of people at the hospital precinct.
Bendigo Health's COVID-19 Screening Clinic will expand testing. Hospital visitors and patients attending appointments will have their temperature checked.
Bendigo Health’s Great Outdoors Raffle is a key fundraiser to enhance the healthcare available to those in the region.
Bendigo Health will host the sixth Regional Critical Care Conference.
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