New to Remote Nurse

Nursing 10 Dec 2018

Are you a Registered Nurse who has thought about being part of the effort to close the gap in Indigenous health outcomes?

RAHC has numerous opportunities throughout the year for Registered Nurses (RNs) to undertake short-term paid placements ranging from three weeks to three months in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory (NT).

As a RAHC RN, you will work as part of a supportive team to deliver primary healthcare in remote, Indigenous communities in the NT. You don’t have to give up your regular job to work with RAHC, as RAHC placements work around your other responsibilities. Remote, emergency or Indigenous health experience are not required to work with RAHC.

Before you commence your application please go through the requirements under the Registered Nurse Checklist< https://www.rahc.com.au/rn-checklist>.


If you are an urban-based Registered Nurse who meets the eligibility requirements, you can already start making a difference. When you get involved, you will have the opportunity to experience something different that will expand your scope of practice. You will also have the opportunity to learn about and experience Indigenous culture.

You can be part of the effort to improve Indigenous health outcomes in the Northern Territory.

Apply now< https://www.rahc.com.au/apply>