The advancements in medicine and treatments have certainly come a long way in the past few decades. Those achievements are thanks to some of the brightest minds that have graced out planet. And in the next 10-20 years, I have no doubt that some of those names associated with further advancements in medicine and treatment will hail from the Western Sydney University Macarthur Clinical School. The school, located a stone's throw away from Campbelltown Hospital, is helping to educate and nurture the next generations of doctors, nurses, researchers and health staff.
Having access to doctors and specialists at Campbelltown Hospital is certainly an advantage for the medical students at the school . There are several tutorial rooms, a library and a clinical skills laboratory – to name but a few features. The clinical services at the school also include: aged care; ambulatory care; cancer therapy; cardiology; emergency; intensive care; maternity; medicine; paediatrics; palliative care; radiology; respiratory; special care; stroke; and surgery. While the school and its features look and sound impressive, it is the work occurring inside the building which is the most impressive aspect. I am so proud that the Macarthur Clinical School is located in Campbelltown.