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Dr Lorin Monck is an Australian medical graduate (1986 MBBS Sydney University) who undertook his general practice training in the United Kingdom from 1991-1994, focusing on a career in rural general practice. He was a medical officer for the Royal Flying Doctor Service from 1996 to 2007 based in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
His interest in medical education lead to a position as Medical Coordinator at the Rural Clinical School at the University of Western Australia in Notre Dame and he has been a General Practitioner at Bega Garnbirrungu Health Service from 2009 to present.
He has a particular interest in paediatrics (Diploma of Child Health 1993) and general practice with a Master of Family Medicine from Monash University and he also holds a FRACGP. He is currently undertaking a certificate in medical education from Dundee University.
I am Australian born and grew up in Sydney but I always had an interest in rural general practice. I am currently located in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Like most general practitioners, the variety of practice and opportunities for long term care of patients attracted me to the GP specialty.
The variety of general practice and opportunities for procedural medicine.
I enjoy making a real contribution to the local community and being active in the community.
Assisting in the care of local patient who had a keen interest in gold prospecting, and then being given teaching to improve my own skills in gold prospecting (unfortunately without much success so far!)
Representing rural members in Western Australia bearing in mind the large number of members in different parts of this large state.
In particular, ensuring rural members have support and access to maintaining procedural skills and medical education.
My interest in rural practice was enhanced by experiences as a General Practice Registrar in Rural Scotland, with great support by my mentor/supervisor.
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racgp.org.au/rural | 1800 636 764 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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