Dr Ruwan Wijesuriya and Dr Kalindu Muthucumarana

Curtin medical students now have training certainty with the signing of an agreement between Curtin University and St John of God Health Care which will provide clinical placements at St John of God Midland Public Hospital. The hospital will begin receiving medical students from next year. Curtin’s Midland campus, which will run medical, nursing, allied health and business courses, will open in 2020 and when that is in full swing, SJG Midland CEO Michael Hogan said the hospital would initially provide 60 student placements, though that number was expected to increase over the years.

Health Minister Roger Cook, SJG Midland CEO Michael Hogan, Curtin Provost Prof John Cordery and medical students Jayde Frank and James Leigh

Curtin Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof Archie Clements and SJG Midland CEO Michael Hogan, dean of the Curtin Medical School Prof William Hart and SJG Midland medical director Dr Sayanta Jana

Dr Jeremy Chong, Dr Amit Banerjee and Tara Peters

Dr Mary Theophilus, Dr Palon Thirunavakkarasu and Dr Amanda Boudville

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