Northern NSW Medical Workforce Plan 2020 – 2026

The Northern NSW Medical Workforce Plan 2020-2026 presents a view of how primary health, regional training and the hospital system can work together to identify and plan for the health needs of the region. It specifically focusses on the medical workforce which will be needed in years to come.

The Plan is the result of collaboration between the Northern NSW Regional Training Hub – Lismore (The University of Sydney), the Clarence Valley Training Hub (University of Wollongong), the Northern NSW Local Health District (NNSWLHD) and North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN).

The Northern NSW Regional Training Hubs (RTHs) in the Richmond and Clarence Valleys are part of a national strategy to strengthen the rural health workforce by providing rural training and career opportunities for junior doctors.