Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Mark Scott AO said:
“When it comes to the future of medical education, the University of Sydney is committed to making sure accessibility and quality go hand in hand,”
“The goal of this facility will support not only this commitment, but also its students and the future of rural health in this region.”
Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson said the University is delighted to see the project come to fruition.
“We are excited for the official opening of these facilities at the School of Rural Health in Dubbo, which offer rural and regional students the opportunity to stay and train in the region”.
“The knowledge and experience our students gain in rural medicine when studying in Dubbo is invaluable, and this redevelopment will play an important ongoing role in the future growth of the medical workforce in rural Australia.”
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