Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service Centre (BRAMS) is part of the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council and is a community owned and funded healthcare centre which provides holistic and culturally appropriate cover. It was established in 1978 and is the largest aboriginal health centre. The centre provides a comprehensive range of curative and public health services to the Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations of Broome. Clinical services include pregnancy, child health, women’s health, chronic disease, sexual health, and health education. The Kimberley region of Western Australia offers unique opportunities for learning in remote Aboriginal primary health care so places for this elective are extremely competitive and an early application for this placement is strongly advised.
As a rural placement, enquiries about this elective should initially be placed through the Rural Clinical School of Western Australia (RCSWA). The RCSWA will enquire at the hospital, and others in rural WA, regarding the opportunity of a placement. There is a faculty fee for this process that will be determined with the University of Western Australia.
|Hospital type||General Clinic|
|Local language||English, possible local dialects|
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