Dr Cameron Loy
MBBS, Past RACGP Board member; Immediate Past Chair, Victoria Faculty
Dr Cameron Loy is a practising GP in Lara, Victoria, and in correctional services. He has worked in south-western Victoria and internationally in Timor-Leste. Dr Loy has held a number of prominent professional roles.
Chair of the General Practice Registrars Association in 2002, Director of the Remote Vocational Training Scheme in 2006–10 and Chair in 2011, and Director of Greater Green Triangle General Practice Education and Training in 2001–03. He has also held a number of roles within the RACGP, including Deputy Chair of RACGP Rural in 2003–14. Dr Loy is an RACGP examiner and quality assurance examiner, was Chair of the RACGP Assessment Panel for six years and was a member of the RACGP Expert Committee – Standards for General Practice.
Dr Loy is currently the Principal Medical Officer at Justice Health, Victoria. For six years he was on the advisory groups for the Victorian opioid substitution programs and hepatitis C therapy training programs. He is a trustee of the Shepherd Foundation, which provides grants for research into prevention and occupational health. Dr Loy remains a committed general practice supervisor and mentor for general practice doctors in training, residents and medical students.