Did you know that our practice is accredited to train doctors specialising in general practice?

Our practice has been accepted to help deliver the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program to registrars (GPs in training), in collaboration with the South Australian Regional Training Organisation, GPEx

This vocational general practice training program is the primary pathway that doctors undertake to become specialist GPs – like the ones that you may visit here.

Registrars are placed at practices on 6-month rotations, who are supervised and guided by our experienced GPs. Registrars are highly trained and bring the latest knowledge, passion and commitment to their work.

We are proud to be a part of this training program and to help train tomorrow’s future GPs in order to keep our communities happy and healthy.

Goydersline Medical Centre is also a training practice for Interns and Medical Students.

We have interns through the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Program. Each Intern stays for 11 weeks working with the GP’s. Interns have graduated from university and do placements to advance their skills before becoming registrars.

We have medical students that are studying through Adelaide University, Flinders University and the John Flynn Practice Program. Students rotate through depending on their University levels and can stay for 2, 4 or 6 weeks. Students work alongside of GP’s learning and improving their techniques and skills.