The Royal Melbourne Hospital
The RMH is one of the largest health providers in Australia, providing a comprehensive range of specialist medical, surgical and mental health services, as well as rehabilitation, aged care, specialist clinics and community programs.
Our 11,000 people embody who we are and what we stand for. Our reputation for caring for all Melburnians is as essential to who we are as any scientific breakthrough we make. We’re here when it matters most, and we’ll continue to be the first to speak out for our diverse community’s wellbeing.
We are a designated state-wide provider for services such as trauma, and we lead centres of excellence for tertiary services in several key specialities including neurosciences, nephrology, cardiology and virtual health.
The RMH Parkville provides general and specialist medical and surgical acute services. Subacute services, including rehabilitation and aged care, specialist clinics and community programs are provided at the RMH Royal Park.
Our mental health services work in partnership with consumers and carers to provide a comprehensive suite of general and specialist services to adult and older adults within the community, residential and health services. We also deliver many state-wide specialist mental health services, including the neuropsychiatry service and the eating disorder service.
Find out more about our services.
Intern program information
Visit the RMH Intern Program website for more information about the Intern experience and program.
Orientation (1.5 weeks): A comprehensive introduction to the staff and department, guidelines and procedures, and overview of the intern program including the various assessments and milestones for the year | Core Clinical Rotations (4-6 weeks): General Medicine, General Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology and Emergency Medicine | Elective Rotation opportunities (2 weeks): Your choice of an elective in a specialist area of practice – Critical Care, Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant, Renal Medicine, Infectious Diseases or placement exchange at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre | Exposure Rotations (2 weeks): Mental Health, Cardiothoracic Medicine, Peri-operative Clinic, Gastroenterology and/or Geriatric Medicine | Quality Rotation (4 weeks): Project, an Introduction to Medication Safety | Operations Rotation (10 weeks): Inpatient, outpatient dispensing, solutions, compounding, aseptics and transit lounge management | Intern Education Program: Weekly tutorials on Primary Health Care topics and Clinical topics to best prepare interns for the examination and future practice as a clinical pharmacist | Continuing Education Program: Partake in the departmental CE events for your interest and ongoing learning | Mentorship: Each individual intern is allocated an early career pharmacist to support their journey through the intern year | Monash University affiliation: The program is accredited to deliver the optional Monash University Intern Foundation Program for those interested.
Please direct any general enquiries about the pharmacy intern training program to:
Ms Viki Lui | Mr Michael Halantas
T: 9342 7204
Intern positions in 2024
8 total (DHHS funded)