Top 5 tips to consider when taking photos or videos whilst on placement


When you are surrounded by some of Australia’s most unique scenery and interesting communities, it is only natural to want to capture these moments.

No Jab, No Pay – New Immunisation Requirements for Family Assistance Payments


From 1 January 2016, there are new requirements for Family Assistance Payments as part of the No Jab, No Pay measure.

Introducing Canberra’s Office Coordinator


We’d like to introduce our Office Coordinator, Bronte Agostini, who joined us on 4th January this year.

With a Certificate III in Business, a strong background in administration and customer service, Bronte is looking forward to expanding her knowledge whilst working in our Canberra Office alongside Tanya, Candice, Shanti and Siobhan. 

Top 3 ideas to maximise your downtime whilst on placement

When preparing for a placement with us you may find yourself wondering what to do with your downtime in remote locations, and to help you we have come up with our top three ideas how to maximise your down-time.

Applications now open for the Annette Walker Award 2015


In December 2012, RAHC lost one of its most valued team members, RAHC Placement Manager, Annette Walker. She had a true passion for her work and she lived our motto – Be part of the effort.

The Purple House taking dialysis treatment to remote Aboriginal communities


It’s the only dialysis unit in the world where the walls are painted purple, patients sing along to tunes from a karaoke machine, chickens scamper around the gardens and kangaroo tails smoulder on a fire pit.

RAHC Clinical Manager

RAHC’s Clinical Manager, Fiona Wake joined the NT Department of Health last month to take up a new challenge in Safety, Quality and Accreditation. That means we are seeking applications for the Clinical Manager position. This is a permanent full-time position until June 2018.

Supporting Indigenous Business – Yarralin Community Calendar


The 2016 Calendar, ‘Walengeri Garu Walija’, which is Ngarinyman for ‘All the Kids Together’, was an idea by the community to celebrate the energy, creativity and playfulness that the children bring to the community.

The AMA Indigenous Health Report Card calls for a national target to reduce Indigenous imprisonment


The Australian Medical Association (AMA) released their latest report card, Treating the high rates of imprisonment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as a symptom of the health gap: an integrated approach to both, on 25 November 2015.

Making progress in closing the gap in Indigenous eye health


Professor Hugh Taylor AC of the University of Melbourne Indigenous Eye Health Unit (IEHU) launched the 2015 Annual Update on the Implementation of the Roadmap to Close the Gap for Vision and the new 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' Diabetes Eye Care