New to Remote Pathway
Healthcare Australia’s (HCA) New to Remote Pathway is a guided placement journey, unique to HCA, designed to support eligible candidates in developing their existing clinical knowledge and experience towards the goal of working in Remote Health.
Escape the City | New to Remote Pathway
Leveraging off HCA’s reputation, extensive experience and client relationships, we can offer eligible candidates placements in rural and then remote areas to give them the confidence to transition their careers from urban to remote areas in the specialties of Emergency/Primary Health and Aged Care.
Each eligible candidate will work with a dedicated Rural & Remote Consultant who will identify placement opportunities across Australia, in a variety of facilities, which are suitable to their level of experience, and current position on the New to Remote Pathway. Placements will assist in the candidate being exposed to the following:
- Agency life
- Autonomous practice
- Indigenous Health Aspects
- Primary Healthcare (Remote Area Nurse)
- Rural & Remote Aged Care facilities (Aged Care Nurses & Support Workers)
- On Call/Call out systems
Eligibility Criteria | Remote Working Pathway
Click below to find our easy to follow checklists for New to Remote Area Nurses & New to Remote Area Aged Care Nurses & Support Workers and find out the criteria required to take the first step.
Candidates who do not meet HCA’s New to Remote Pathway (NTRP) criteria and would benefit from completing more comprehensive courses or personalized advice to assist them in meeting the NTRP criteria are welcome to consult with a member of the HCA R&R Team.
Our specialist consultants will be happy to provide any advice needed to get a candidate’s Rural & Remote clinical adventure headed in the right direction.
Get Started Today
If you think that the above sounds like a fantastic career development opportunity, and you would love the chance to bring high quality healthcare to some of the most remote and isolated locations in Australia get in touch with us today.