The IMG Clinical Readiness Program (ICRP) is a pilot program designed to provide program participants with an orientation to the NSW Health system and experience in a clinical setting under supervision in a NSW public hospital. Participants will be part of a medical team and will participate in ward rounds, have opportunity to practice history taking and clinical examination, and perform simple procedures under supervision.
For more information about the program, see the Frequently Asked Questions.
Once selected into the program participants will be referred to as Medical Support Officers (MSO).
An MSO is not a registered medical practitioner in Australia and therefore cannot be called a doctor.
The MSO will work under the supervision of a senior medical officer and assist in clinical tasks, including but not limited to:
Please see the
Role Description for more information.
ICRP - How to apply page for more information on how to apply for this role.