Deputy Chair and Northern Territory representative, RACGP Rural Council
Dr Rod Omond currently works for Top End Primary Care as a DMO, after working for them for eight years in Darwin. He does regular locums in the NT in remote communities. He is Chair of the NT DoH Prevocational Accreditation Committee which conducts accreditation of prevocational medical training in NT hospitals. In addition he is a board member of RVTS, and a clinical advisor for Point of Care Testing (POCT) in remote communities. This is also his area of research.
Rod’s second area of work is as a Clinical Educator with RACGP, for the PEP Program. He is a member of the RACGP Rural Education Committee.
In the past he has run a small hospital in the Solomon Islands for two years, had his own practice with a colleague in Newcastle for 7 years and also worked for Hunter Urban Division of General Practice and was the Chair of their Board for 3 years.
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