Mildura Base Hospital
Mildura Base Public Hospital (MBPH) is a 172-bed (level 1) tertiary teaching hospital providing services to people of the Northern Mallee of Victoria, Far West New South Wales and the Riverland in South Australia. We have links to Monash and La Trobe Universities for teaching and research, with the Monash School of Rural Health on the same block.
Our values of Happy, Empathetic, Accountable, Respectful and Team-Based (HEART) guide us to in working together to make the best decisions for our co-workers and our patients to ensure they get the best possible outcomes.
Our hospital provides services across General Medicine and Surgery, Rehabilitation, Palliative Care, Geriatric Evaluation Medicine, Paediatrics, Maternity Services, Inpatient and Outpatient Mental Health, Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department, Day Oncology, Dialysis, Day Surgery and Clinical Trials (opening soon).
Our growing Pharmacy Department is currently staffed by 11 pharmacists, 1 intern and 4 technicians. We provide clinical services in all areas of the hospital, and with an increase in our pharmacist numbers in discussion, we plan to further expand our services provided!
Intern program information
Our flexible intern program sees our interns rotate through all areas of the hospital with our team of clinical pharmacists. This also allows for interns to spend more time in areas of greater interest to them, while preparing them to work as pharmacists once they’re fully registered. Our interns also participate in our rotating weekend roster, working approximately every fourth weekend. You will be supported through your chosen training program and registration by our whole Pharmacy Department and our Allied Health Education team.
We encourage our interns to complete the Monash University ITP and IFP, we are an accredited site for interns looking at completing these programs. If you choose to complete the Monash University IFP, you will be able to choose your project as a topic of interest to you. Our previous intern projects have directly influenced changes within our workplace, and we encourage all our interns to consider this when picking their topic
Mr Benjamin Marchant (Director of Pharmacy)
Phone: 03 5022 3840
Intern positions in 2024
- 1 total (DHHS funded)