Students learning in the Medicine & Health facilities at the UNSW Kensington campus

The School of Clinical Medicine encompasses four Sydney metropolitan campuses and five rural NSW locations. Our campuses are hubs that connect health practitioners, students and academics. As a student, you’ll gain first-hand clinical experience and take part in ground-breaking research.

The clinical campuses work closely with local health districts and clinical services, our conjoint and adjuncts in those locations, and medical research institutes to further develop our teaching and research programs. These are crucial partnerships for both the school and the faculty. 

Our clinical campuses undertake a number of roles within the faculty:  

  • Deliver clinical and skills teaching for all phases of the UNSW undergraduate medicine program.
  • Enhance the research profile of each campus by building on local strengths and fostering research programs relevant to their local communities. 
  • Foster and develop local postgraduate research candidates at each site. 
  • Develop and implement a strategic vision for UNSW Medicine & Health in line with the Health 25 strategy at their campus. 
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with our partners in the local health districts, local clinical facilities, conjoints and medical research institutes to further develop academic medicine at each campus. 

Further information and links to new clinical campus websites will become available as the school transitions to these new arrangements.  

Acknowledgement of country

The School of Clinical Medicine is located on the unceded territory of the Bidjigal (Randwick Campuses), Gadigal (St Vincent's Campus), Gweagal (St George & Sutherland Campuses), Darug and Dharawal (South West Sydney Campus), Wiradjuri (Albury, Wagga Wagga & Griffith), Birpai (Port Macquarie) and Gumbaynggirr (Coffs Harbour). We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands, seas and waters where each campus of UNSW is situated.

We believe that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership and culture must be front and centre when considering the healthcare needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. As such, it is a fundamental aspect of our education and research.