Wheatbelt

The Wheatbelt Region comprises an area of 154 862 square kilometres, more than twice the size of Tasmania. The region is home to over 72000 people, making it the third most populous region in the state.

The Wheatbelt has a diverse population, with over 11% having been born overseas, and around 4% being indigenous. Over 19% of the population are aged between 15 and 24 years old, with 12% aged 65 and over. The median age is approximately 37 years. The population is widely dispersed with only around 16,000 people located in the main service centres of Northam, Narrogin, Merredin and Moora.

GP Registrars can choose to complete a GP training term in one of the three available training areas in the region which are Toodyay, Lancelin and Moora.


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Wheatbelt Practices

PracticeCapacityBasicAdvSub/Ex SkPT/FT
Moora Health Centre FULL Y Y Y P/T or F/T
Wheatbelt General Practice FULL Y Y Y P/T or F/T
Moora Health Centre FULL Y Y Y P/T or F/T
Wheatbelt General Practice FULL Y Y Y P/T or F/T
Moora Health Centre 2 Y Y Y P/T or F/T
Wheatbelt General Practice 1 Y Y Y F/T only
Moora Health Centre 2 Y Y Y P/T or F/T
Wheatbelt General Practice 2 Y Y Y F/T only

Wheatbelt Regional Advisory Committee


For more information about this region

Street Address:
Merredin & Districts Vistor Centre
Phone:
(08) 9041 1668
Email:
visitor@merredin.wa.gov.au
Website:
http://www.wheatbelttourism.com

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