Mead Medical continues to support the growth of General Practice and Medical fraternity
In a climate where there is growing need for good health care services and an increasing shortage of quality health care in outer metropolitan and rural areas, we at Mead Medical, pride ourselves in helping to be part of the solution. Mead Medical has a long standing history of teaching Medical & Nursing students as well as GP registrars to help grow the next generation of GPs and health professionals.
Congratulations to Stephanie MacPherson, Mead Medical’s 2022 Jane Talbot Scholarship Recipient
“I have called the Shire of Kalamunda home for 22 years. After completing school locally in the hills, I graduated university as an engineer and then a teacher. Both fields nurtured my desire to work with & help people. In my pre-clinical years I was privileged to work in emergency, surgery and general medicine teams at a Pilbara hospital and gained practical experience.
Whilst both challenging & rewarding, medicine has given me privileged opportunities to be mentored by some highly skilled individuals. One who works at this practise Dr Denis Carragher. An amazing and caring man.
Medicine requires immense dedication, study & focus. The Jane Talbot scholarship will help fund my living (away from home) and tuition throughout my degree. Afterwards I would like to specialise in Emergency, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Geriatrics or General Practise.
I hope to return to this community where I can make a difference.
I wish to sincerely thank Dr Carragher & the Mead Medical Group for your mentoring & support.”
Farewell to 2023, Welcome 2024
As we near the end of another teaching year for our Registrar GPs, we would like to thank
Farewell to Dr Elizabeth Dernie
This Friday the 26th May will be Dr Elizabeth Dernie's last day as she commences her
Welcome back Dr Emma Vitale
Mead Medical are excited to announce that Dr Emma Vitale will be returning to our family