06A Recruiting nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) provides tailored nursing and allied health recruitment support to Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) and primary healthcare providers across rural and remote NSW.

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) provides tailored nursing and allied health recruitment support to Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) and primary healthcare providers across rural and remote NSW.

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For more information please contact our recruitment team

nah@nswrdn.com.au02 4924 8000

Our support includes:

  • sourcing suitable nursing and allied health professionals for your specific needs
  • promoting your nursing and allied health vacancies free of charge on RDN’s website
  • assisting with the development and placement of tailored advertisements
  • placing advertisements on national job boards at reduced rates for you, screening and shortlisting applicants
  • supporting you to assess an applicant’s CV for suitability and registration purposes
  • guidance around the registration process for overseas graduates
  • access to grants for site visits, relocation, education and training, practitioner wellbeing, partner education and family support for eligible applicants
  • access to a quarterly newsletter, Practice Made Perfect, which provides current information and updates for Practice Managers and Owners.

*Health professionals employed solely or primarily by the NSW Government are ineligible to access recruitment support.

RDN is a not-for-profit organisation. Its services are delivered in partnership and with support from the Australian Government Department of Health (DoH), the NSW Ministry of Health (MoH) and various community organisations. Recruitment support services are funded and subsequently provided free of charge. Some additional services may attract a fee where necessary.

Information correct as at November 2018