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Medical Professionals and Intern Training

For information relating to LRH's medical workforce or training programs contact our Medical Workforce Unit: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Gippsland Rural Intern Training

The Gippsland Rural Intern Training (GRIT) program employs 32 interns a year through the Intern Match coordinated through the Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV).

Interns rotate through 5 well-supported rotations to gain full medical registration while developing essential skills and knowledge.

The following rotations are available to interns:

See further information regarding the GRIT rotations.

All successfully matched applicants will be provided with a rotation preference form and a leave preference form.


If you would like to join the Gippsland Rural Intern Training program, please apply through PMCV. If you are not eligible for the Victorian Rural Preferential Allocation (VRPA), please submit your application directly through the LRH recruitment system

Please ensure your application includes:

  • cover letter - indicating why you want to work in Gippsland
  • curriculum vitae
  • a photograph (if possible)

Note: No application form is required


Frequently Asked Questions

Am I eligible to apply for an intern position?

Please see the Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria's (PMCV) website for eligibility criteria.


How many positions are available?

There are 32 intern positions available. All of these positions are full-time and for one year.


How are the interviews arranged?

Interviews will be pre-recorded. See PCMV website for more details.


How much leave are interns given and how is it allocated?

Interns accrue 5 weeks annual leave. Two weeks are to be taken during the year and the remaining three at the end. Preference for annual leave is submitted with your rotation preference form.


Who do I address my cover letter to?

Please address your cover letter to the Medical Workforce Unit, Latrobe Regional Hospital.


Useful Links:

Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria


PGY2 and HMO positions

If you are interested in working at Latrobe Regional Hospital, vacancies will be advertised at the LRH recruitment site


Contact Details:

If you would like further information contact Latrobe Regional Hospital Medical Workforce Unit on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


Tax Time - Focus on Falls

The end of the financial year is a time many people contribute to fundraising causes. You can donate online to our Focus on Falls Campaign as we raise money to purchase bed alarms for patients at risk of falling in our hospital. On average, one patient falls at LRH every day. We don't want it to be you or someone you love. Click on the Make A Donation link or contact LRH Fundraising on 5173 8577. Thank you for your kindness!

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