The Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health (MICRRH) James Cook University, is part of a national network of 11 University Departments of Rural Health funded by the Department of Health and Ageing. Situated in outback north and west Queensland, MICRRH’s region spans the Mount Isa and Central West Districts of Queensland Health, the newly formed Medicare Local — North and West Remote Health representing a drivable round trip of about 3,400 kilometres and nine days, some roads only recently accessible due to flood damage (Birdsville and Bouderie); and flights to Mornington Island and Doomadgee.
A healthy and Vibrant Outback Queensland.
Excellence in Rural, Remote and Indigenous Health.
Quality learning experiences at the cutting edge of authentic remote and rural clinical practice.
Relevant, Collaborative, Policy Changing, providing the evidence base for the future.
In the heartland of outback Queensland, remote and rural practice.