Training sites and units

Learn more about our accredited training sites and units in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, including information on applying for hospital accreditation and reaccreditation.

Fellowship of RANZCOG training sites

Accreditation

The Fellowship of RANZCOG (FRANZCOG) training program comprises four years (184 weeks) of Basic Training and two years (92 weeks) of Advanced Training.

The College accredits all training sites offering FRANZCOG Basic Training throughout Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

Accredited training sites include:

major public teaching hospitals

outer suburban/peripheral hospitals

rural/provincial hospitals

For the purposes of Basic Training, a combination of these different training sites forms a consortium, each known as an Integrated Training Program (ITP). Trainees receive a significant proportion of their Basic Training at a single home/base hospital and rotate to other hospitals in that ITP.

An ITP normally comprises at least two training sites, and includes at least one tertiary hospital and one rural hospital. Collectively, these hospitals must be able to provide trainees with the range of experiences in obstetrics and gynaecology necessary to meet all FRANZCOG training and assessment requirements for Basic Training.

Accreditation standards

The College considers the below standards necessary for the provision of effective training and support for trainees in the FRANZCOG training program.

1

Support for RANZCOG Officers and engagement with hospital accreditation processes.

2

Appointment and support for training supervisors.

3

Consultant involvement with and support for FRANZCOG trainees.

4

Provision of clinical supervision and experience.

5

Provision of structured education programs, teaching sessions and learning opportunities.

6

Workplace culture, registrar staffing, safe working hours, leave arrangements and assistance for rural rotations.

Resources

Please follow the links below for more information:

Process, standards and criteria for accreditation

Guidelines for hospitals

The  following guidelines support the Accreditation Standards and should be referenced by hospital training sites:

Additional resources

Accreditation Standards and Guidelines for Hospitals in the FRANZCOG Training Program.

Training sites

Please click to expand the links below to explore a full list of accredited FRANZCOG training sites in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. Rural training sites are designated with an asterisk.

Australian Capital Territory

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
Canberra HospitalDr Tween LowCanberra, Calvary, Wagga Wagga Base*

New South Wales

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
St George HospitalA/Prof Amanda HenrySt George, Sutherland, Lismore Base*, Wollongong, Royal Hospital for Women
John Hunter HospitalDr Wendy CarseldineJohn Hunter, Maitland*, Manning Base (Taree)*, Tamworth Rural Referral*
Royal Prince Alfred HospitalDr Joyce WuRoyal Prince Alfred Women and Babies, Canterbury, Royal Darwin*, Tweed*
Northern SydneyDr Tamara HarrisRoyal North Shore, Hornsby Ku-ring-gai, Northern Beaches, Port Macquarie Base*, Gosford, Coffs Harbour*
Western SydneyDr Naim ArrageWestmead, Auburn, Blacktown, Dubbo*, Coffs Harbour Base*, Gosford*
Nepean HospitalDr Trupti KanadeNepean, Westmead, Orange Base*, Woolongong*
Royal Hospital for WomenDr Leo LeaderRoyal Hospital for Women, Wollongong, Tamworth*, Port Macquarie Base*
Liverpool HospitalDr Cherynne Johansson

Dr Ruth-Ann Sterling
Liverpool, Fairfield District, Bankstown-Lidcombe, Tweed Hospital*, Campbelltown, Lismore Base*, Gosford*
Dubbo/Orange
Regional ITP
Dubbo: Dr Ajith Samaratunga

Orange: Dr Miguel Marquez
Commencement hospital alternates between Dubbo and Orange

Year 3 is located at Westmead Hospital

Queensland

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
Mater Mother’s HospitalDr Paul ConaghanMater Mothers’, Ipswich, Hervey Bay*, Redland
Royal Brisbane and Women’s HospitalDr Karen BakerRoyal Brisbane and Women’s, Sunshine Coast University, Cairns Base*
Gold Coast University HospitalDr Chris ArthurGold Coast, Toowoomba*, Logan, Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee
Townsville HospitalDr Vanessa LusinkTownsville, Bundaberg Base*, Caboolture, Rockhampton Base*, Redcliffe

South Australia and Northern Territory

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
South Australia/
Northern Territory
Dr Kylie WebberFlinders Medical Centre, Lyell McEwin, Modbury, Mt Gambier and District Health Services*, Queen Elizabeth, Royal Adelaide, Royal Darwin*, Women’s and Children’s, Alice Springs*

Tasmania

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
TasmaniaHobart: Dr Mindy Fine

Launceston: Dr Anatoly Pavlov
Royal Hobart, Launceston General*, Monash Medical Centre, North West Regional (Burnie)*

*Current standards apply, effective from 1st February 2022. Please follow the link below for a summary of additions and amendments made since the previous version.

Victoria

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
Mercy Hospital for WomenDr Carol VanceMercy, Ballarat Base*, Bendigo Base*, University Hospital Geelong*, Goulburn Valley Health*, Northern (Epping), Northeast Health Wangaratta*, Warrnambool Base*, Western Health, Albury Wodonga Health*
Monash HealthDr Cheryl LeungMonash Medical Centre, Dandenong, Casey, Angliss, Box Hill, University Hospital Geelong*, Launceston General *, La Trobe Regional*, Bendigo Base*, Royal Darwin Hospital*
The Royal Women’s HospitalDr Owen Stock

Dr Philippa Costley
Royal Women’s, Ballarat Base*, Bendigo Base*, University Hospital Geelong*, Goulburn Valley Health*, Northern (Epping), Sandringham, Sunshine, Northeast Health Wangaratta*, Warrnambool Base*, Werribee Mercy, Albury Wodonga Health*Royal Darwin Hospital*
Eastern Health/
Monash Health
Dr Geoff McCallum
Box Hill, Monash Health, Angliss, Dandenong, Goulburn Valley Health*, Launceston General*, Royal Darwin Hospital*
Western HealthDr Althea AskernSunshine, Royal Women’s Hospital, Ballarat Base*
Northern Hospital/
Mercy Hospital for Women
Dr Leah BrownNorthern (Epping), Mercy, Ballarat Base*, Bendigo Base*, University Hospital Geelong*, Goulburn Valley Health*, Northeast Health Wangaratta*, Warrnambool Base*, Western, Albury Wodonga Health*
Frankston Hospital (Mornington Peninsula)Dr Patricia (Trish) VosdoganesFrankston, Mercy Hospital for Women, Gippsland Health Service (Sale)*

Western Australia

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
King Edward Memorial HospitalDr Jenny BealeKing Edward Memorial, Albany*, Bunbury Regional*, Geraldton*, Joondalup Health Campus, Armadale Kelmscott District Memorial, Osborne Park, Rockingham General, Fiona Stanley

Aotearoa New Zealand

Integrated Training Program (ITP)CoordinatorParticipating hospitals
NorthernDr Sarah ToutBase/Home hospitals: Auckland City Hospital, Middlemore, North Shore, Waikato

Other participating hospitals: Taranaki Base (New Plymouth)*, Rotorua*, Tauranga*, Whanganui *
CentralDr Fali LangdanaHome/Base hospitals: Wellington Regional, Palmerston North

Other participating hospitals: Hawkes Bay*, Hutt, Whanganui *, Rotorua*, Tauranga*
SouthernDr Celia DevenishHome/Base hospitals: Dunedin, Christchurch Women’s

Other participating hospitals: Southland (Invercargill)*, Whanganui *, Hawkes Bay, New Plymouth*, Tauranga*

Apply

To apply for initial accreditation as a FRANZCOG training site, the hospital must:

1

Complete the following form and submit it to the Training Accreditation Lead at: accreditation@ranzcog.edu.au.

Please note that your application must be supported by the relevant RANZCOG State/Territory/Aotearoa New Zealand Training Accreditation Committee, which must also provide information regarding the Integrated Training Program (ITP) in which the new training site will be included, if accredited.

2

Undergo a site visit by RANZCOG, conducted by:

a Fellow of RANZCOG from another training region

a member of the relevant Training Accreditation Committee

a trainee representative from another training region

one or more senior members of RANZCOG staff

This site visit will involve interviews with a range of O&G department staff, senior midwifery and nursing staff, and hospital management. The visit may also include attendance at morning handover, and tours of department facilities.

Please follow the link below for more information:

Reaccreditation

Hospitals are normally reaccredited within a four-yearly cycle, for periods of six months to three years with provisional accreditation, or four years with full accreditation.

Prior to the end of an accreditation period, the College will arrange a reaccreditation site visit at a mutually convenient time. The aim of this site visit is to ensure that training is being delivered in accordance with the Accreditation Standards and Guidelines.

The format of the reaccreditation site visit is similar to that for initial accreditation.

Please follow the link below for full details of the reaccreditation process:

In-hospital credentialing

FRANZCOG accreditation standards require that every hospital training site has a documented credentialing process in place to identify competence for each FRANZCOG trainee in relevant obstetric and gynaecological surgical procedures.

The College has developed a standardised in-hospital credentialing resource for ITPs in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

Please follow the link below for more information:

Please note that use of this resource is not compulsory, and hospitals with an existing in-hospital credentialing process may continue to use their own documentation.

The College recommends that credentialing documentation is kept up-to-date and made available to all relevant consultants and nursing staff.

Please follow the link below for accreditation standards and criteria relating to credentialing:


Subspecialty training units

Accreditation

The College accredits all training units offering subspecialty training. A training unit may comprise one or multiple sites. Each unit must nominate a subspecialist Program Director who will be responsible for overseeing the training program.

During the subspecialty training program, trainees will:

undertake training at a minimum of two accredited training units

spend at least six months (full-time equivalent) in one training unit

Accreditation standards

Please note that Standards for Assessment and Accreditation of Subspecialty Training Units are currently under review.

For further information please contact: subspecialtyaccreditation@ranzcog.edu.au.

Training units

Please click to expand the links below to explore a full list of accredited training units and Program Directors for each subspecialty training program in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

Certification in Gynaecological Oncology (CGO)

New South Wales

Chris O’Brian Lifehouse at RPA
Sydney
A/Professor Selvan Pather
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Hunter New England Centre for Gynaecological Cancers
Newcastle
Dr Rachel O’Sullivan
01/08/2019 — 31/07/2024

Westmead Hospital — Dept of Gynaecological Oncology
Westmead
A/Professor Alison Brand
02/02/2022 — 01/02/2027

Royal Hospital for Women Gynaecological Oncology Unit
Sydney
A/Professor Anthony Proietto
01/01/2022 — 31/12/2024

Northern Sydney Gynaecological Oncology
Sydney
Dr Gregory Gard
01/08/2021 — 31/07/2026


Queensland

Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer
Brisbane
A/Professor Lewis Perrin and Dr Amy Tang
01/08/2019 — 31/07/2024

South Australia

Royal Adelaide Hospital
Adelaide
Professor Martin Oehler
01/03/2021 — 28/02/2026


Victoria

Mercy Hospital for Women
Heidelberg, Melbourne
Dr Simon Hyde
01/08/2022 — 28/02/2026

Royal Women’s Hospital Gynaecological Cancer and Dysplasia Service
Melbourne
A/Professor Orla McNally
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Monash Medical Centre
Melbourne
Professor Tom Jobling
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023


Western Australia

Western Australian Gynaecological Cancer Service
Perth
Professor Yee Leung
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023


Aotearoa New Zealand

Auckland District Health Board Gynaecological Oncology
Grafton, Auckland
Dr Cecile Bergzoll
01/12/2019 — 30/11/2024

Christchurch Women’s Hospital
Christchurch
A/Professor Peter Sykes
01/01/2020 — 31/12/2024

Certification in Maternal Fetal Medicine (CMFM)

New South Wales

Liverpool Hospital
Sydney
Dr Shakil Ahmed
01/08/2021 — 31/07/2026

Nepean Hospital
Sydney
Dr Steven Joung
01/10/2021 — 30/09/2026

Royal Hospital for Women
Sydney
Dr Antonia Shand
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022

Royal North Shore Hospital
Sydney
Dr Kathryn Austin
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022

Westmead Hospital
Sydney
Professor Dharminthra Pasupathy
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022

Royal Prince Alfred Women and Babies
Camperdown
Dr Rajit Narayan
02/11/2021 — 01/11/2026

The John Hunter Hospital
Newcastle
Dr Felicity Park
01/09/2018 — 31/08/2023


Queensland

Mater Centre for MFM Brisbane
Brisbane
Dr Joseph Thomas
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022

Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Brisbane
Dr Renuka Sekar
01/03/2022 — 28/02/2025

Townsville University Hospital MFM Unit
Townsville
Dr David Watson
01/12/2020 — 31/05/2024

MFM Gold Coast University Hospital
Southport
Professor David Ellwood
01/02/2023 — 31/01/2025


South Australia

Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Adelaide
Dr Peter Muller
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022


Victoria

Mercy Hospital for Women
Melbourne
Professor Sue Walker
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022

Monash Medical Centre
Melbourne
A/Professor Ryan Hodges
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Royal Women’s Hospital
Melbourne
Dr Stefan Kane
01/01/2020 — 31/12/2023

Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Sunshine
A/Professor Joanne Said
01/01/2023 — 30/12/2025


Western Australia

King Edward Memorial Hospital
Perth
Professor Jan Dickinson
01/01/2018 — 31/12/2022


Aotearoa New Zealand

Middlemore Hospital
Auckland
Dr Emma Parry
01/02/2020 — 31/01/2025

National Women’s Health — Auckland Hospital
Auckland
A/Professor Katie Groom
02/05/2021 — 01/05/2026

Wellington Hospital MFM
Wellington
Dr Jaynaya Marlow
01/11/2021 — 31/10/2026

Christchurch Women’s Hospital
Christchurch
Professor Pippa Kyle
01/01/2020 — 31/12/2024

Certification in Obstetrical and Gynaecological Ultrasound (COGU)

New South Wales

Centre for Women’s Ultrasound and Fetal Medicine
Sydney
Dr Ritu Mogra-Mishra
01/03/2022 — 28/02/2027

Sydney Ultrasound for Women*
Sydney
A/Professor Andrew McLennan
01/03/2022 — 28/02/2027

San Ultrasound for Women*
Sydney
Dr Philippa Ramsay
01/03/2022 — 29/02/2024


*Accredited for private practice training.


Victoria

Royal Women’s Hospital
Melbourne
A/Professor Ricardo Palma-Dias and Dr Debbie Nisbet
01/11/2021 — 31/10/2026

Monash Health and Monash Ultrasound for Women
Melbourne
Dr Mark Teoh
01/03/2022 — 28/02/2027

Certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI)

New South Wales

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Sydney
Dr Anthony Marren
01/09/2018 — 31/01/2023

IVF Australia/St George’s Public Hospital
Sydney
Dr Michele Kwik
01/01/2021 — 30/09/2024

Royal Hospital for Women
Sydney
Dr Rebecca Deans
01/08/2022 — 31/01/2024

Westmead Fertility Centre
Sydney
A/Professor Warren Chan
01/06/2021 — 31/05/2026

Monash IVF Parramatta
Sydney
A/Professor Pete Benny
08/01/2019 — 07/01/2024

Genea Sydney
A/Professor Mark Bowman
01/02/2019 — 31/01/2024


Queensland

Queensland Fertility Group
Brisbane
A/Professor Anusch Yazdani
01/01/2017 — 01/01/2023


South Australia

Repromed SA
Adelaide
Dr Juliette Koch
01/01/2021 — 31/12/2025

Flinders Fertility
Glenelg
Professor Rob Norman
01/08/2021 — 31/07/2023


Victoria

Monash IVF Clayton
Melbourne
Dr Gareth Weston
31/05/2021 — 01/01/2024

Reproductive Services Unit — Royal Women’s Hospital
Melbourne
A/Professor Kate Stern
01/08/2022 — 31/01/2024

Melbourne IVF
East Melbourne
Dr Fleur Cattrall
01/02/2022 — 31/01/2024


Western Australia

Fertility Specialists of Western Australia
and King Edward Memorial Hospital
Perth
Professor Roger Hart
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023


Aotearoa New Zealand

Fertility Plus
Auckland
Professor Cynthia Farquhar
01/08/2022 — 31/07/2027

Fertility Associates
Auckland
Dr Phillip McChesney
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Fertility Associates
Wellington
Dr Andrew Murray
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Fertility Associates
Christchurch
Dr Sarah Wakeman
01/11/2020 — 31/10/2025

Repromed Auckland
Auckland
Dr Guy Gudex
01/01/2021 — 31/12/2025

Certification in Urogynaecology (CU)

New South Wales

St George Hospital, UNSW
Sydney
A/Professor Emmanuel Karantanis
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Sydney
A/Professor Chris Benness
01/01/2021 — 31/12/2023


Queensland

Royal Brisbane and Wesley Urogynaecology
Brisbane
Professor Christopher Maher
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Gold Coast Hospital
Gold Coast
Dr Vivian Wong
01/02/2020 — 31/01/2025

Greenslopes and QEII Urogynaecology
Brisbane
Professor Judith Goh
01/01/2020 — 31/12/2024


Victoria

Mercy Hospital for Women
Melbourne
Professor Peter Dwyer
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Monash Medical Centre
Melbourne
Dr Anna Rosamilia
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023

Royal Women’s Hospital
Melbourne
Dr Salwan Al-salihi
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023


Western Australia

King Edward Memorial Hospital
Perth
Dr Nicolas Tsokos
01/01/2019 — 31/12/2023


Aotearea New Zealand

Middlemore Hospital
and Auckland City Hospital
Auckland
Dr Timothy Dawson
01/07/2021 — 31/12/2023

Apply

To apply for accreditation or reaccreditation, training units can obtain the relevant application form by contacting: subspecialtyaccreditation@ranzcog.edu.au.

For reaccreditation, you must submit your application at least three months before the current accreditation period end date.

The relevant Subspecialty Committee will review your application and determine any terms and conditions of accreditation, such as:

maximum number of subspecialty trainee positions

length of accreditation period

requirement for a site visit

Please note that the Committee may also opt to conduct a site visit at any time during the accreditation period to learn more about your training unit, particularly where issues or concerns have been communicated.

Annual Training Unit Update

As part of training unit accreditation, the Program Director must submit an Annual Training Unit Update when requested each year. This update aims to capture changes accurately and proactively within your training unit in relation to workload, staff, facilities and activities.


Certificate and Diploma training sites

Accreditation

The College accredits all training sites offering the Certificate of Women’s Health (CWH), Diploma of RANZCOG (DRANZCOG) and Advanced Diploma of RANZCOG (DRANZCOG Adv).

A hospital or training site offering the Certificate and/or Diploma qualification(s) must meet accreditation and re-accreditation standards set out by the Conjoint Committee for the Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (CCDOG).

The CCDOG is a tri-partite committee, comprising representatives from RANZCOG, RACGP and ACRRM, that oversees CWH, DRANZCOG and DRANZCOG Adv training.

Through implementation of these standards, the College aims to:

ensure that the core requirements for clinical and educational experience, as defined in each program’s curriculum, are being met for all trainees

assist accredited sites in their role as training providers — not just service providers — by identifying factors that are adversely affecting their capacity to deliver effective and supported training to trainees in each program

work with training sites and the CCDOG to formulate strategies that will maximise training opportunities and ensure efficient and safe service delivery

For more information, please refer to the Accreditation and Re-Accreditation Standards and Procedures for CWH, DRANZCOG and DRANZCOG Adv Training Sites.

Accreditation and Reaccreditation Standards and Procedures — Certificate and Diploma

Training sites

Please click to expand the links below to explore a full list of accredited training sites for the Certificate and Diploma training programs in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory

CWHDRANZCOGDRANZCOG Adv.
Armidale and New England District Hospital
Auburn District Hospital
Bankstown–Lidcombe Hospital
Bathurst Hospital
Bega District Hospital
Belmont Hospital
Blacktown Hospital
Bowral District Hospital
Broken Hill Hospital
Camden District Hospital
Campbelltown Hospital
Canberra Hospital
Canterbury Hospital
Coffs Harbour Hospital
Dubbo Base Hospital
Fairfield District Hospital
Gosford District Hospital
Goulburn Base Hospital
Griffiths Hospital
Hornsby and Ku-Ring-Gai Hospital
John Hunter Hospital
Kempsey District Hospital
Lismore Base Hospital
Liverpool Hospital
Maitland Hospital
Manning Base Hospital
Moruya Hospital
Murwillumbah District Hospital
Nepean District Hospital
Northern Beaches Hospital
Orange Base Hospital
Port Macquarie Hospital
Queanbeyan Hospital
Royal Hospital for Women
Royal North Shore Hospital
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Ryde Hospital
Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital
St George Hospital
Sutherland Hospital
Tamworth Base Hospital
Tweed Heads District Hospital
Wagga Wagga Base Hospital
Westmead Hospital
Wollongong/Port Kembla Hospital

Queensland

CWHDRANZCOGDRANZCOG Adv.
Atherton Hospital
Bundaberg General Hospital
Caboolture Hospital
Cairns Base Hospital
Gladstone Hospital
Gold Coast Hospital
Gympie Hospital
Hervey Bay Hospital
Ipswich General Hospital
Kingaroy Hospital
Logan Hospital
Mackay Base Hospital
Maryborough Hospital
Mareeba Hospital
Mater Mothers’ Hospital
Mt Isa Hospital
Proserpine Hospital
Redcliffe Hospital (with Caboolture Hospital)
Redland Hospital
Rockhampton Base Hospital
Roma Hospital (with Toowoomba Hospital)
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Stanthorpe Health Service
St George Hospital
Sunshine Coast University Hospital
Toowoomba Hospital
Townsville Hospital
Warwick Hospital

South Australia and Northern Territory

CWHDRANZCOGDRANZCOG Adv.
Alice Springs Hospital
Flinders Medical Centre
Gawler Hospital
Katherine Base Hospital
Lyell McEwin Hospital
Mt Gambier Hospital
Murray Bridge Hospital
Naracoorte Health Service (with Kincraig Medical Centre)
Port Augusta Hospital
Port Lincoln Hospital and Health Service
Riverland General Hospital
Royal Darwin Hospital
Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Tasmania

Launceston General Hospital
Mersey Community Hospital
Royal Hobart Hospital
North West Regional Hospital

Victoria

CWHDRANZCOGDRANZCOG Adv.
Angliss Hospital
Bacchus Marsh Hospital
Ballarat Base Hospital
Bass Coast Regional Health
Bendigo Northern District Base Hospital
Box Hill Hospital
Casey Hospital
Central Gippsland Health Service
Dandenong and District Hospital
Frankston Hospital (Mornington Peninsula)
Geelong Hospital
Goulburn Valley Hospital
Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Latrobe Regional Hospital
Mercy Hospital for Women
Mildura Base Hospital
Monash Medical Centre
Moorabbin Hospital
Northern Hospital
Northeast Health Wangaratta
Royal Women’s Hospital
Sandringham and District Memorial Hospital
Swan Hill Hospital*
Werribee Mercy Hospital
Warrnambool Hospital
West Gippsland Hospital
Western Hospital Sunshine
Wimmera Base Hospital
Wodonga Hospital

*Conditions apply.

Western Australia

CWHDRANZCOGDRANZCOG Adv.
Albany Hospital
Armadale Health Service
Broome Hospital
Bunbury Regional Hospital
Fiona Stanley Hospital*
Geraldton Hospital
Hedland Health Campus
Joondalup Health Care Campus
Kalgoorlie Hospital
King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women
Nickol Bay Hospital*
Osborne Park Hospital
Peel Health Campus
Rockingham General Hospital
St John of God Public and Private Hospitals

*Conditions apply.

Aotearoa New Zealand

CWHDRANZCOGDRANZCOG Adv.
Christchurch Women’s Hospital
Dunedin Hospital

Apply

To apply for training site accreditation, hospitals must:

1

Download and complete the relevant application form:

2

Submit the completed form to the Certificate and Diploma Coordinator at: dts@ranzcog.edu.au.

Please note that when your training site is due for reaccreditation, the College will send you the necessary documentation for completion.


Specialist Trainining Program funding

The Specialist Training Program (STP) is a funding initiative from the Australian Government Department of Health to establish and support a variety of new training posts in expanded settings.


Contact

For general enquires about training site and unit accreditation, please contact: accreditation@ranzcog.edu.au.