ANU Medical School Contact and Address

 

ANU Medical School Contact and Address

ANU Medical School Campus locations

Medical School

Australian National University, Florey Building 54 Mills Road, Acton ACT 2601

Calvary Hospital

Calvary Hospital, Belconnen Way & Haydon Drive, Bruce ACT 2617

Canberra Hospital

 The Canberra Hospital, Building 4, Hospital Road, Garran ACT 2605

General Enquiries number and email

Contact us for student appointments, visits, inquiries about our degree programs, or general questions.

Medical School general enquiries

Admissions / Medicine Degree / Bachelor Health Science enquiries

Office of the Director Medical School

Medical Education Administration Acton campus

Medical Education Admin Canberra Hospital campus

HDR enquiries (PhD/MPhil students)

Rural Clinical School

Calvary Hospital Bruce campus

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Unit

  • +61 2 6125 0865 / 6125 0575

ANU Medical School can be seen as a descendant of the University of Sydney's Canberra Clinical School. Prior to its founding in 1993, students from the University of Sydney, NSW and the University of Queensland had been coming to Canberra to complete placements at Woden Valley Hospital for many years. Under the guidance of Professor Paul Gatenby, the Canberra Clinical School developed a strong learning program at the point of operation for the entire final year of a five-year undergraduate medical degree at the University of Sydney.

When the University of Sydney introduced a four-year undergraduate program in 1996, the school became responsible for training 20 students throughout the year for three and four courses and parts of years one and two. During this time, the school took the first steps towards its current reputation for establishing state-of-the-art medical research, laboratories, a tissue and organ museum and an animal house at the Canberra Hospital.

The school has helped in the development of first-class health services in ACT, providing better medical care to the community. Given the presence of a medical school in the city, the school attracts eminent medical researchers and teachers as well as medical practitioners for all specialties, which is important in their decision to practice here. The current dean, Professor Imogen Mitchell, continues to strengthen the school's first-grade curriculum and internationally recognized medical research program.

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