The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (Council) was formally established in August 1999 as an Incorporated Association in response to a recommendation from the Medical Training Review Panel (MTRP) that “there should be a structure in each of the States or Territories to support Hospital Medical Officer training”. It has the following objectives in relation to education, and training of hospital medical officers in their first two postgraduate years and those in later years not in vocational training programs.
The Council will achieve its vision by supporting the education, training welfare and career development of doctors who have recently graduated or commenced work in Victoria.
“Training, developing and inspiring early career doctors”
The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria is governed by a Board and subcommittees established by the Board.