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NT-trained doctors celebrate gaining GP fellowships | Katherine Times

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Twenty-two doctors in the NT are celebrating gaining their GP fellowships after completing a national GP training program run locally by Northern Territory General Practice Education. This year’s batch of newly-qualified doctors have all finished their Australian General Practice Training Program training at locations across the Territory, including Katherine. The Federal Government-funded AGPT Program trains doctors to become GPs, providing full-time, on the-job training for Australian and overseas-trained doctors who want to specialise in general practice. NTGPE works with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General…



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