Barossa Hills Fleurieu LHN
Stunning coastlines, rolling hills and excellent healthcare.
The six regional local health networks almost cover one million square kilometres, making up approximately 99.8% of the state containing almost one third of South Australia’s residents. With over 8,800 employees we offer a range of employment opportunities. Your contribution as an employee can make a real difference to health service delivery for South Australian regional communities.
When it comes to working in our regional local health networks, the possibilities are endless. There are a variety of roles available and locations you can choose to work from. Opportunities include working in small country hospitals, to expanding community health centres in regional centres and state-wide positions.
Surrounded by a world class wine region, open space, and some of South Australia’s best coastline, the Limestone Coast offers a work-life balance like no other.
Be inspired and energised by the spectacular Eyre and Far North region while helping to care for our community.
Make a difference to regional health outcomes by contributing to the design, delivery and evaluation of regional health care service.
The Riverland Mallee Coorong Local Health Network (RMCLHN) has a community spirit to be proud of and offers a range of work and lifestyle benefits.
Discover the range of rural allied health careers. If you're interested in helping people, a career in allied health may be for you.
Work and study in regional South Australia by applying for the Enrolled Nursing Cadetship Program.
Information for regional students and tips on where to seek work experience opportunities in health care
Information for student health professionals considering a work placement in regional locations
A brief instruction to public mental health career opportunities in regional South Australia.
Rural generalists live and work in our rural communities providing valuable primary care services as well as a range of hospital based services.
Scholarships available for students living in regional SA and existing employees working in the regional local health networks.
A program to ensure allied health professionals new to rural and remote practice are well supported in their first year of regional practice.