Life as a GP
Continuity of care, diverse patient presentations and a great work-life balance… there’s many benefits to choosing general practice.
Flight Lieutenant, Doug Brown shares what it’s like to be a first year GP registrar and a Royal Australian Air Force doctor.
Ryan Avery and Zoe Wright
Zoe and Ryan discuss what they love most about living rurally in Warwick, Queensland.
Dr Tammy Maxwell chose to do her GP training in Dalby and opted to continue living rurally after achieving fellowship.
Dr Demitri Perera shares his perspective on training and working in the area, along with reasons why you might like to consider working in Indigenous health.
Isaac shares his experience and key insights into what it’s like to work in a rural community.
Annabelle explains how she came to the decision to join the rural pathway, and why she’s excited to see where it can take her.
Bronwyn Hope, Colin Davis and Jessica Hockey
Three GPTQ registrars speak about why they chose general practice, along with providing useful insights and tips about their training.
We chatted to some of our rural doctors to get the lowdown on living and working in rural Queensland.
Working in Indigenous health
Dr Demitri Perera shares his journey to general practice, what led him to specialising in Indigenous Health and what he enjoys most about rural health.
Dr Fiona McKinnon
Dr Fiona McKinnon shares her rural experiences as a registrar and mother.