We support nursing, midwifery, dentistry and allied health students studying and undertaking placements within the Three Rivers DRH footprint.

First Nations students

First Nations students

We provide opportunities for the aspiration and success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to become health professionals.

Employers and educators

Employers and educators

We build relationships with employers that promote and support positive enriching placements within our rural footprint.



Our telehealth program supports the use of technology to deliver virtual healthcare services with up to date education and access to facilities.

Our rural locations

We are based at Charles Sturt University in the Riverina and Central West region of New South Wales.

Three Rivers DRH footprint map

Three Rivers Department of Rural Health has six major sites across our regional footprint: Albury, Bathurst, Dubbo, Griffith, Orange and Wagga Wagga.

The Wiradjuri Nation area has been described as 'land of the three rivers':

  • the Wambuul (later known as the Macquarie)
  • the Galari (later known as the Lachlan)
  • the Marrambidya (Murrumbidgee River).

The Murray River forms the Wiradjuri Nation's southern boundary.

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Charles Sturt University Three Rivers Department of Rural Health is funded under the Australian Government’s Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Program. In consortium partnership with the University of New South Wales, The University of Notre Dame Australia and Western Sydney University, Three Rivers DRH aims to improve the recruitment and retention of nursing, midwifery, allied health and dentistry professionals in rural and remote Australia.

We pay our respect to all First Nations elders past, present and emerging. In particular, we acknowledge the Wiradjuri, Ngunawal, Gundungurra, Birpai, Wamba Wamba Perrepa Perrepa, Wailwan, Wadi Wadi and Nari Nari peoples of Australia, who are the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work and live.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of persons who have passed.

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