SQRH has been established to increase rural health training opportunities for nursing, midwifery and allied health students and health professionals in regional, rural and remote communities.
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Date - 10 August 2020
SQRH has new student accommodation in Goondiwindi and St George helping to ensure there are less barriers for students choosing to “go rural”.
Adding to accommodation in Kingaroy, Chinchilla, Toowoomba, Roma and Charleville, the housing in Goondiwindi and St George provides more opportunities for health students to undertake clinical placements across Southern Queensland.
The Goondiwindi property is a fully-furnished, modern four-bedroom house located approximately 1km from the Goondiwindi hospital.
In St George students have the option of staying at a fully-furnished, modern four-bedroom house located approximately 500 metres from the town centre area and close to the local hospital.
Further information about accommodation can be found at: https://www.sqrh.com.au/accommodation
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