Medical interns

You’ll need to complete an internship before becoming generally registered with the Medical Board of Australia.

Your internship is a key part of transitioning from medical school to practicing independently.

You’ll be supported by senior colleagues during your year of practical training, giving you the opportunity to expand your clinical knowledge and skills.

How to apply for internship

Resident Medical Officers (RMOs) and registrars

We have exciting opportunities for RMOs right across Queensland in all our hospitals and health services.

You can apply during our recruitment campaign we run every year from June to July.

RMO and Registrar Campaign

Nursing and midwifery

Our 2024 graduate program has closed, but it’ll reopen next July. In the meantime, find out why our grads love Queensland Health and get your application ready for next year.

Start your life changing career

Hear from our graduates


Hear from Abby, a graduate registered nurse from Central West Hospital and Health Service.


Hear from Megan, a graduate midwife from Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service.

Policy futures graduate program

Join our award-winning 2-year graduate program and discover where a career in public policy could take you.

As a Policy Futures graduate, you'll get to explore a wide range of opportunities to find your purpose, unleash your potential and create a better Queensland.

Last updated: November 2023