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Canberra Health Services JMO Website

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Welcome! is a website devoted to coordinating and providing education, administrative and welfare information for Junior Medical Officers working in the ACT.


About the Canberra Hospital

Canberra Hospital is a major tertiary public hospital located in Garran, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. It is the largest hospital in the region with 672 beds catering to a population of about 550,000. 

It is the tertiary referral centre and trauma centre for a huge area of South Eastern Australia.

The Canberra Hospital is a teaching hospital affiliated with the Medical School of the Australian National University.

We pride ourselves on providing  a high quality of patient focused care and on maintaining a friendly and cohesive workplace.

Interested in Working at Canberra Health Services as a JMO?

Please go to the Canberra Health Services main website employment page to see what interesting employment opportunities within Canberra Health Services are available right now!

Main Canberra Health Services Website

Canberra Health Services Medical Officers Employment Page

Sample Teaching Videos

Here are some sample videos from our educational program.  The videos are from the following sessions:

Monday Shorts - Common Fractures

Intern Teaching - Neurological Medical Emergencies

MEU JMO Teaching - Common Ophthalmological Conditions

Consult Tips - Acute Pain Service Referrals

BPT Career Pathway
Radiology Career Pathway
Surgical Career Pathway

About Canberra

Canberra is one of the most liveable cities in the world, with high quality restaurants, excellent schools and wonderful treed public spaces which link the cities suburbs. Transport networks are efficient and comprehensive resulting in very short commutes and more time available to spend enjoying the four seasons and surrounding attractions. Being the nation’s capital Canberra is disproportionately represented in cultural attractions, home to national institutions and visited by large touring acts.

The local surrounds include wineries, country towns, National Parks and further afield the pristine South Coast. The adventurous and sporting types will welcome the proximity to the best on and off road cycling, skiing, running and bushwalking as well as sporting teams in national competitions.

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