Rural hospital fees
There are a range of different fees you’ll need to pay for the RHMTP and these can all be claimed back from your employer.
Part-time in the RHMTP is less than 3.5 days per week, or less than 36.4 weeks per year (7/10) overall.
A year from February to February
Part time in the DRHM training programme is defined as less than 3.5 days per week or less than 36.4 weeks per year (7/10) overall
RHMTP application fee
Rural Hospital Medicine Training Programme application fee
Ad Eundum gradum pathway from FACCRM to FDRHM
Doctors who hold Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and who gained this qualification via the ACRRM training and assessment pathway, independent pathway, or the specialist pathway will be entitled to apply for consideration for Division Fellowship ad eundum gradum.
While studying the RHMTP it is compulsory to be an associate member of The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners and the Division of Rural Hospital Medicine.
Fellowship assessment fee
When you have finished all the requirements of the programme, and you have scheduled in your Fellowship assessment visit, you will have to pay a Fellowship assessment fee.
The fee paid by registrars for their Fellowship assessment visit - a key activity before they are awarded Fellowship
Please note: registrars on the Rural Hospital Medicine Training Programme will also need to pay the fee for their ACRRM StAMPS exam. This is charged by and paid directly to the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). The fee is about AU$3,261.50.