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*** MEDIA ALERT *** Congratulating Queensland’s RACGP Award winners

Royal Australian College of GPs < 1 mins read

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is congratulating this year’s outstanding Queensland RACGP Award winners.

The winners are:

  • Dr Kuinileti Chang Wai working in Beenleigh has won GP of the Year.
  • Dr Craig Morris from the northern Brisbane suburbs has won GP Supervisor of the Year.
  • Dr Morgan Etienne from the Hope Island Medical Centre has won GP in Training of the Year.
  • Family Doctors Plus Windsor including Dr Maria Boulton has won General Practice of the Year.

All award winners are available for interview.

~ENDS


About us:

About the RACGP

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) was established in 1958 and is Australia’s peak general practice representative organisation.

The RACGP has more than 41,000 members working in or towards a career in general practice, more than 9,500 of them live and work in rural and remote areas of the country. Nine in every 10 GPs are with the RACGP.

Visit www.racgp.org.au. To unsubscribe from RACGP media releases, click here.


Contact details:

John Ronan
Media Adviser
media@racgp.org.au (we will respond promptly to all requests for interview)

Stuart Winthrope
Media Adviser
media@racgp.org.au

 

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