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Careers At CCLHD

Working with us

Meaningful Work A career with Central Coast Local Health District is a career that makes a difference and everyone plays an important part. Our staff genuinely care about their community and take pride in their service to others. With every…

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Student Stories

Sianne, Resident Medical Officer Coming to work at CCLHD for me was the best choice I never made. I was actually pretty devastated when I was matched to come here. I grew up as a Sydney girl and had my…

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COVID-19

It is essential for all students undertaking placements in our healthcare facilities to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Throughout the course of your placement you must also monitor for COVID-19 symptoms, stay away from the workplace if unwell and get…

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Training

Before you begin your placement, there is some mandatory training required.  How to find eLearning modules in my health learning  My Health Learning

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Lifestyle

The Central Coast is renowned for its natural beauty, fantastic swimming and surfing beaches and relaxed lifestyle. It is only an hour’s drive from one of the world’s great cities, Sydney. To see what’s on offer visit:  Love Central Coast

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Immunisation

It is essential for all students undertaking clinical placement to meet vaccination requirements, including vaccination against COVID-19. for an overview of all other required vaccinations see:  Vaccination Record Card for Healthcare Workers and Students  Occupational assessment screening and vaccination -…

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Student Verification

Top tips We recommend submitting your completed documentation for processing as early as possible. All completed documentation must be submitted at least 6 weeks prior to your clinical placement. All completed documentation must be combined and sent collectively as one…

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Student Information

Welcome to Central Coast Local Health District. We look forward to you joining us and helping contribute to our vision of a healthy and vibrant Central Coast community. Before you begin, we need to know that you meet the mandatory…

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Aboriginal Artwork

Career Pathways into Health

School-Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBAT) The average age of Aboriginal people living on the Central Coast is 21. With a comparatively young age in community (compared to 42 for non-Aboriginal people in the Central Coast region) the School Based Aboriginal…

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