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Dr Winlo will be joining Mead Mid October, he has had extensive experience in General Practice, working in rural remote Australia for many years.  Appointments will be published within the next few weeks.

Dr Hoda Hall has made the difficult decision to move to a location closer to her home in Mid October, travel being very challenging with a young family.  We thank Dr Hall for dedication and hard work whilst at Mead Medical and wish her well in her new venture.

Kalamunda doctor wins prestigious award

 

By Melissa Sheil

MEAD Medical Centre in Kalamunda can now boast they employ one of the best doctors in Western Australia.

Rebecca Hunt-Davies was announced as the best General Practioner (GP) supervisor in the state by the Royal Australian College of General Practioners (RACGP) last week in its annual awards program.

“I was surprised when my practice manager said she had nominated me for the award since I’ve only been a supervisor for 12 months – and even more surprised when I was told I won,” she said.

“As a mum of two young children and wife to a FIFO husband, juggling home life and part time general practice commitments hasn’t always been easy but I like to think I have become a leader, mentor and role model for a steady stream of registrars at the practice.

“I really couldn’t do it without the support of my colleagues at Mead, who are so wonderful and helpful.”

Alongside working as a part time GP, Dr Hunt-Davies assists three new coming GP’s, or registrars in their training, providing support, guidance and tutorials throughout the working day.

“I try and answer their questions, make sure they feel safe and supported and assess their progress as they move into the general practice setting,” she said.

“Though most registrars have two to five years of hospital experience, transitioning into a GP role can be quite different as there is a lot more diagnosis and trying to understand the symptoms of an initial presentation involved.”

RACGP president Karen Price congratulated the WA winners.

“This year’s winners from Western Australia have truly gone above and beyond for their patients and contributed to the health of their communities,” she said.

State winners are now in the running for a national award announced on November 20.

Welcome Dr Yulinda Thio to Mead Medical, available for appointments from Tuesday 7th September at our Forrestfield site.
Dr Thio’s area of interests are:
  • Implanon Insertion and Removal
  • Mirena Insertion & Removal
  • Pap Smears
  • Women’s & Children’s Health
  • General Medicine
Congratulations to Dr Rebecca Hunt-Davies on winning this years RACGP supervisor of the year.  Rebecca has had a huge positive impact on our training program and has assisted our new GPs to navigate the challenging world that is General Practice, empowering them with the skills and resilience needed to continue in their careers.  All whilst coping with the added pressures bought about by the Pandemic and juggling her own family commitments.
A well deserved award.
 
https://www1.racgp.org.au/newsgp/racgp/racgp-2021-state-winners-announced?fbclid=IwAR2A8Bf1NvefoeKs8q4e92uRJEI_SNrDp8L-EuEljH_qnisHTP2ZgRqEJ2Y
 

Welcome Dr Leo Winlo

Dr Winlo will be joining Mead Mid October, he has had extensive experience

Farewell Dr Hoda Hall

Dr Hoda Hall has made the difficult decision to move to a location closer

RACGP Superisor of the Year Award 2021

Kalamunda doctor wins prestigious award Posted by: The Editorial Team in

Welcome Dr Leo Winlo

Dr Winlo will be joining Mead Mid October, he has had extensive experience in General Practice, working in rural remote Australia for many years.  Appointments will be published within the next few weeks.

Farewell Dr Hoda Hall

Dr Hoda Hall has made the difficult decision to move to a location closer to her home in Mid October, travel being very challenging with a young family.  We thank Dr Hall for dedication and hard work whilst at Mead Medical and wish her well in her new venture.

RACGP Superisor of the Year Award 2021

Kalamunda doctor wins prestigious award

 

By Melissa Sheil

MEAD Medical Centre in Kalamunda can now boast they employ one of the best doctors in Western Australia.

Rebecca Hunt-Davies was announced as the best General Practioner (GP) supervisor in the state by the Royal Australian College of General Practioners (RACGP) last week in its annual awards program.

“I was surprised when my practice manager said she had nominated me for the award since I’ve only been a supervisor for 12 months – and even more surprised when I was told I won,” she said.

“As a mum of two young children and wife to a FIFO husband, juggling home life and part time general practice commitments hasn’t always been easy but I like to think I have become a leader, mentor and role model for a steady stream of registrars at the practice.

“I really couldn’t do it without the support of my colleagues at Mead, who are so wonderful and helpful.”

Alongside working as a part time GP, Dr Hunt-Davies assists three new coming GP’s, or registrars in their training, providing support, guidance and tutorials throughout the working day.

“I try and answer their questions, make sure they feel safe and supported and assess their progress as they move into the general practice setting,” she said.

“Though most registrars have two to five years of hospital experience, transitioning into a GP role can be quite different as there is a lot more diagnosis and trying to understand the symptoms of an initial presentation involved.”

RACGP president Karen Price congratulated the WA winners.

“This year’s winners from Western Australia have truly gone above and beyond for their patients and contributed to the health of their communities,” she said.

State winners are now in the running for a national award announced on November 20.

Welcome – Dr Yulinda Thio

Welcome Dr Yulinda Thio to Mead Medical, available for appointments from Tuesday 7th September at our Forrestfield site.
Dr Thio’s area of interests are:
  • Implanon Insertion and Removal
  • Mirena Insertion & Removal
  • Pap Smears
  • Women’s & Children’s Health
  • General Medicine

Congratulations – Winner of the 2021 RACGP Supervisor of the Year

Congratulations to Dr Rebecca Hunt-Davies on winning this years RACGP supervisor of the year.  Rebecca has had a huge positive impact on our training program and has assisted our new GPs to navigate the challenging world that is General Practice, empowering them with the skills and resilience needed to continue in their careers.  All whilst coping with the added pressures bought about by the Pandemic and juggling her own family commitments.
A well deserved award.
 
https://www1.racgp.org.au/newsgp/racgp/racgp-2021-state-winners-announced?fbclid=IwAR2A8Bf1NvefoeKs8q4e92uRJEI_SNrDp8L-EuEljH_qnisHTP2ZgRqEJ2Y
 

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