The RFDS in QLD
Education & Training
The RFDS has always been committed to reducing shortages of health practitioners in remote and rural Australia. To this end, the RFDS supports the training and education of medical, nursing and allied health students and provides student placements under set agreements with several universities.
Involvement of students is encouraged and the RFDS strongly supports the inclusion of rural and remote issues, Indigenous health and multi-disciplinary practice in health curricula.
The RFDS also supports universities and organisations involved in the training and education of students and other health professionals.
The RFDS QLD Section transports over 10,000 patients per year – that's almost 30 every single day – which means that our teams have an enormous wealth of experience in all aspects of Aeromedical Retrieval.RFDS Star Program
Graphic: RFDS staff perform a retrieval
Bond University Program - Retrieval Medicine
Royal Flying Doctor Service and Bond University have partnered to deliver an 'Australian first' in retrieval medicine post graduate studies.Bond University Program