To build a successful and rewarding management career in today’s demanding health system, you need to make the right choices about your
education and professional development. The Graduate Health Management Program (GHMP) provides an entry level health management program, designed to fast track your career. The program is supported by the NSW and ACT health systems with placements offered in a range of health settings. The GHMP also has a number of identified positions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander trainees.
The GHMP is a two-year work-based program coordinated by the Australasian College of Heath Service Management (NSW Branch). Placements are offered within both the NSW and ACT Health systems, and there are also placements available in the not for profit and private health sectors. The GHMP offers an individualised, structured and supportive workplace learning experience that enables you to learn how to be a health manager, whilst you complete your Masters in Health Services Management as a part-time student over the two years of the program.
Graduates of the GHMP are keenly sought after to fill positions such as Project Managers, Business Managers and middle management positions throughout the health care system including:
Please click on the links provided on the panel on the right to visit the GHMP Guidelines and the GHMP Application Form.
GHMP 2013 Guidelines
GHMP 2013 Application Form
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are interested are also asked to complete a short survey to help us assess and respond to any additional support needs.
Click here for the survey
Any enquires about the Program should be directed to:
Program Support OfficerAustralasian College of Health Service Management
PO Box 341
North Ryde NSW 1670
Phone: 61 2 9878 3482
Fax: 61 2 9889 3099
Please check this web site regularly for any updates as to the availability of these Programs.