Requests for Professional Development support

RAHC Health Professionals (HPs) are welcome to apply for Professional Development (PD) support directly related to remote health practice. The PD Support Policy and Request For Support forms can be found in the Health Professionals Login section of the RAHC website.

Remote Emergency Care (REC) Course a Success

At the end of November, RAHC supported a number of Registered Nurses (RNs) to undertake the Remote Emergency Care (REC) course in Melbourne. The REC assists Health Professionals to develop their skills in managing emergency situations in a remote setting.

A Long Way from Home… Mary-Anne Menhennitt tells her RAHC Story

RAHC Dental Therapist May-Anne Menhennitt was featured in the latest edition of Healthscoop magazine. Mary-Anne talks about her experience in Indigenous health, working in Gapuwiyak, Milingimbi, Kalkarindji and Tennant Creek.

RAHC Achieves 2000 Placements

On August 6th, 2013, The Hon. Warren Snowdon, former Minister for Indigenous Health, celebrated RAHC’s 2000th health professional placement in remote Northern Territory Indigenous communities. To read the full media release, please visit the RAHC website news feed.

"I've found my dream job!" - Dental Assistant Sharni Bartlett talks about working remote

In the latest edition of the HealthScoop magazine, RAHC Dental Assistant Sharni Bartlett talks about leaving Brisbane to take up a career in the Northern Territory (NT) as a remote health professional.

It is just so rewarding - RAHC RN Aaron Richardson's story in the Nursing Post

Aaron Richardson started his career as a hospital-based Registered Nurse working the wards of the Princess Alexandria Hospital in Brisbane.  Since taking his nursing remote, Aaron has never looked back.

From Melbourne to Imanpa - Elissa Rowe's RAHC story

Melbourne-based Registered Nurse Elissa Rowe recently completed a RAHC placement in Imanpa, two hours from Alice Springs.