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Austin Health's excellent teaching reputation, new facilities and consistent high scores in clinical examinations have made it a top choice for new graduates from medicine, nursing and allied health.

The Clinical Education Unit (CEU) is responsible for clinical education governance at Austin Health within a Best Practice Clinical Learning Environment. The CEU has three pillars of education: Allied Health, Medicine and Nursing. Each pillar has a leader who is responsible for day to day education as well as ensuring the workforce is well positioned to meet the National Safety and Quality in Health Service Standards. This integrated approach to education and training aims to ensure that Austin Health has knowledgeable, skilled staff which is reflected in the quality of care to our patients.

The Health Science Library located at the Austin Hospital provides Library services for all staff across Austin Health and Mercy Hospital for Women. Our Library achieved a new benchmark high in the National Library survey in 2012.

Closing the Gap

Austin Health is committed to achieving equality in health status between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-indigenous Australians

Follow this link for Austin Health's Aboriginal Employment webpage

Education provider affiliations

Austin Health is affiliated with education providers from both higher education and the vocational education and training sector. These affiliations span from entry level to practice to postgraduate education and training across all clinical disciplines.

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Austin Health acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
We celebrate, value and include people of all backgrounds, genders, sexualities, cultures, bodies and abilities.