Liverpool Hospital originated at the end of the eighteenth century as a hospital for soldiers and convicts. The Hospital became a principal teaching hospital of the University of New South Wales in 1989. All potentially severe trauma victims within the area are transported directly to Liverpool Hospital and it also accepts tertiary care referrals from rural hospitals throughout New South Wales. This makes it one of the busiest trauma groups in Australia. This would be an excellent elective for any student with a special interest in Emergency Medicine.
Students wishing to apply for a clinical elective at this hospital should make their applications via the University of New South Wales Please see website for more details.
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