The University of New England’s (UNE) School of Rural Medicine in association with the University of Newcastle has built a stand alone Health Teaching Facility that will enable students of both Universities to work in partnership with private practice whilst having direct access to improved training and research facilities.
The building, referred to as the Tablelands Clinical Education Centre (TCEC) will provide closer ties between the medical profession and future health professionals. The co-locating of the School on the site of Armidale Hospital is seen as a strategic opportunity to dovetail the educational process into the real life experience of students working in both a Hospital and Clinical environment.
Scope of works
Project snap shot
February 23, 2016