The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP)

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The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is the professional medical College of over 15,000 physicians and 7,500 trainee physicians, often referred to as specialists, in Australia and New Zealand.

Through the RACP, specialists:

Educate Provide accredited specialist training to trainee doctors who have completed their medical degree and wish to further specialise as physicians in Australia or New Zealand. Provide continuing professional development and education for specialists who have completed their physician training and have become Fellows of the RACP. Assess Overseas Trained Physicians who wish to practise as physicians in Australia or New Zealand Hold events including conferences, training sessions and continuing professional development workshops. Provide opportunities for physicians and trainee physicians to connect as a community of physicians in Australia and New Zealand Advocate For healthcare policies that promote the interests of our profession, our patients and our communities Innovate Collaborate to lead innovation in the delivery of specialist medicine in a constantly changing world. Collaborate to develop world-leading medical education programs for the specialists of tomorrow.

Support medical graduates, Fellows and trainee physicians education and research by awarding fellowships, grants and prizes to both early career medical researchers, and later career stage Fellows.
02 9256 5444

Practice Locations


145 Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000 

Wellington 6011

99 The Terrace
Wellington 6011 
New Zealand

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