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Welcome to the website of The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA). We are a medical specialty college of more than 900 members in public and private health services organisations across Australia, New Zealand and overseas.

Medical administration is administration or management utilising the medical and clinical knowledge, skill, and judgement of a registered medical practitioner, and capable of affecting the health and safety of the public or any person. This may include administering or managing a hospital or other health service, or developing health operational policy, or planning or purchasing health services.

To undertake the Fellowship Training Program click on How to Join in the About Us section.
 
2017 RACMA Annual General Meeting
The Fiftieth Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 18 October 2017, 5.00 – 7.00 pm (Melbourne Time) in Level 1, Room 104, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Victoria
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Applications for RACMA Fellowship Training Program
Do you want to gain a skill set to lead and manage clinical and medical services, and work in diverse and stimulating medical leadership and management positions all over the world. RACMA training pathways towards Fellowship include: Standard Pathway, Standard Pathway with RPL, Clinical Specialist and Medical Executive Pathways. For further details, entry requirements, accreditation of training posts and RPL process via assessment interviews please click here.

For information on eligibility and entry requirements peruse the website or inquire with the National Office, Fellowship Training Program Unit on the College number +61 3 9824 4699. Doctors who do not have a medical management training post may submit an expression of interest for entry into RACMA Candidacy.

For initial consultation on the RPL process and eligibility for entry to an accelerated pathway please contact Ms Anna Lyubomirsky, National Education and Training Program Manager.
 
Applications for Associate Fellow training are now open
A management and leadership program
This program is for doctors who want to improve their management and leadership skills. Modules include, clinical governance and workforce, medical leadership, finance and strategy future medical leaders. 

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Applications for 2018 dates are now open. 


To download the application please click here

RACMA Program Coordinator: Kate Wright
Ph: +61 3 9824 4699
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Become a Medical Leader - Apply for RACMA training today!
Medical leaders play a vital role in shaping and improving the quality of healthcare now and into the future. Receive quality training and attain specialist recognition through completion of accredited medical management and leadership training programs.


 
Registrar Training Program Network
RACMA invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitably qualified doctors wanting to secure a medical administration training post to undertake The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators Fellowship Training Program .
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Young Doctors Program
The RACMA Young Doctors' Program is designed to introduce senior medical students and recent graduates to the College and the world of professional medical leadership. Click on the link below to learn more.
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RACMA Advertising Information
The College provides a number of options to advertise with RACMA. Details relating to each package is available by using the link below and queries can be directed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
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Latest News

Building New Zealand’s Health System for the Future
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Partnering for good health and wellbeing for Indigenous Australians
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RACMA’s submission to the Medical Council of New Zealand
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RACMA members receive Australia Day honours
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 RACMA’s 2017-18 Australian Government Pre-Budget Submission
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RACMA’s submission to the MBA on Revalidation in Australia.
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