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Congratulations to all past winners of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health awards.
Dr Casey Kalsi
Standing Strong Together
Dr Kishan Pandithage
Dr Kishan Pandithage is a GP, medical educator and general practice supervisor who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting Indigenous doctors as they work towards Fellowship.
He is considered a strong ally in building and strengthening the Indigenous GP workforce and his commitment to improving Indigenous health outcomes and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors and the communities they serve is widely recognised.
Dr Josephine Guyer
No award in 2017
Gary Sit and Danielle Dries
Dr Jamie Fernando and the Glen Centre – Central Coast Drug and Alcohol Residential Rehabilitation. Dr Jamie Fernando is a Gamilaroi-Weilwan man with extensive experience as a GP in the Aboriginal community controlled health sector. The Glen Centre is an award-winning drug and alcohol rehabilitation service on the Central Coast of New South Wales (NSW). It is an Aboriginal community controlled health organisation, with a board of directors representing the Aboriginal community.
Dr Fernando and the Glen Centre worked together to establish a new medical clinic at the facility. The medical clinic employs a multifaceted approach that engages the centre’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients, reintroducing them to primary healthcare.
No award in 2015
The Bungee Bidgel Aboriginal Health Clinic was established due to Dr Elizabeth Marles and Ms Sue Pinckham, a Biripi woman from the local community, drawing together the local Aboriginal community and local health services into consultations. The Bungee Bidgel Aboriginal Health Clinic aims to provide supported holistic care which links the acute, secondary and primary health sectors and extends community and social supports to local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The Aboriginal Medical Service Western Sydney – Chronic Care Team consists of Joyce Davison, Louise Moore, Tania Davison, Sonya Cameron and Dr Penny Abbott. The partnership has been working together since 1991 to support Aboriginal patients with chronic diseases; overseeing Aboriginal health checks; conducting research, preventative health activities and group programs; delivering education programs; and providing cultural mentorship to staff at the Aboriginal Medical Service.
Mikayla Couch and Sheree Enderby
Northern Territory General Practice Education developed and implemented a training model where general practitioners and Aboriginal people worked together to provide culturally appropriate training for general practitioners. This education program has increased participants’ knowledge of Aboriginal culture and health issues, leading to improved health outcomes for Aboriginal people.
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