The first step is to apply
GPEP application process
Learn about the process of applying for the General Practice Education Programme (GPEP), check your eligibility, and learn key dates.
RHMTP application process
Learn about the process of applying for the Rural Hospital Training Programme, check your eligibility, and learn key dates.
The heart of the community
Why do doctors choose to specialise in general practice? Hear from four of our specialist GPs about why they love their jobs and how it gives them work-life balance.
The best of both worlds
Dr Pragati Gautama is a Dual Fellow: a specialist GP and a rural hospital doctor. The Dual Fellowship pathway allows you to develop a wide set of complementary skills and have lots of flexibility about where you work in the future. It normally takes five to six years to finish this training programme.
Dr Vanisi Prescott
Splitting her time between work at a suburban Auckland medical centre, and a day a week as the on-site doctor at Mt Roskill Grammar School, specialist GP Dr Vanisi Prescott loves the opportunity to get to know her patients. “You can get to know your patients over time, understand them and follow up with them. I have a lot of special interests, like youth health, sexual health, and cancer care, and being a GP lets me combine all of these.”