Student education is an important part of the training program at Federation Clinic, with over 150 students attending in the past 20 years. The Clinic is a Teaching Practice with the Rural Clinical School of the University of NSW, Albury-Wodonga Campus.

In the past, Federation Clinic has also supported a number of students from the Rural Australia Medical Undergraduate Scheme (RAMUS), a program funded by the Federal Government to try to increase the number of doctors in rural and regional Australia. Mentors support the students through their years of study and reinforce their ties to rural Australia.

Students join with us in routine consultations with patients and teaching tutorial sessions. We are very grateful to those of our patients who allow the student doctors to be involved in their care. It is a tremendously valuable learning opportunity for these students.



All staff at Federation Clinic take part in regular training covering a wide range of topics, including; CPR, workplace health and safety, hand-hygiene, infection control, fire safety, public liability awareness and Practice Accreditation.

Continuing education for nursing staff is an ongoing requirement for the maintenance of their registration. Examples of topics covered include immunisation, wound care and chronic disease management.


In an emergency please call '000'.

Every effort is made to keep appointments running to time, however, due to the unpredictable nature of our work this is not always possible. Patients are encouraged to contact us prior to an appointment to check that the schedule is running to time.

Please give thought to the amount of time your appointment may require. If there are multiple or complex issues that need discussion, please let reception know when booking your appointment so that sufficient time can be allocated with the doctor.