Western Sydney University School of Medicine

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Western Sydney University School of Medicine
Type Public
Established 1995
Dean Annemarie Hennessy
Location Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Campus Urban & Rural
Affiliations Western Sydney University
Website www.uws.edu.au

The Western Sydney University School of Medicine is a constituent body of the College of Health and Science at Western Sydney University, Australia.

It became the third medical school offering degrees for medical practice in Sydney. In 2007 the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree was offered for the first time. It is hoped that many of the School's graduates will practice in the Western Sydney region, in order to redress the shortage of healthcare professionals in the area. The Medical School is located on the university's Campbelltown campus.

Clinical schools[edit]

Clinical teaching of the School of Medicine is imparted at following medical hospitals:[1]

  • Campbelltown/Camden Hospital
  • Blacktown/Mt Druitt Hospital
  • Bankstown Hospital
  • Fairfield Hospital
  • Westmead Hospital
  • Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
  • Rural Clinical Schools
    • Bathurst
    • Lismore


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