Extraordinary GPs and pharmacists receive Queen’s Birthday Honours

Several general practitioners and pharmacists received Queen’s Birthday Honours for their outstanding service to their professions.

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) warmly congratulated all RACGP members honoured in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. The highlighted the outstanding dedication and contribution of Dr Tim Mooney and Dr Catherine Regan, who both received a Member (AM) Award in the General Division.

Dr Mooney was awarded for his service to medicine through a range of multiple practice role, to doctors in rural and remote areas, and to the community. Dr Regan was awarded for her significant service to medicine in the field of general practice training education, and to the community of the Hunter.

Receivers of Order of Australia Medals (OAM) in the General Division were Dr Roger Davidson, Dr Geoff Harding, Dr John Kramer, Professor John Marley, Dr Robert Rogers, Dr Mehdi Sanati Pour and Dr Hugh Seward.

The peak national body for pharmacists, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA), applauded three distinguished pharmacists who made it into the list for their outstanding achievements and commitment to excellence.

Graham Slade MPS is a Member (AM) in the General Division for service to aged care, medical and multicultural associations and the pharmacy profession. And Kosmas Sclavos received an AM in the General Division for his significant service to the pharmacy profession through a range of retail, advisory and executive roles.

The receiver of Order of Australia (OAM) in the General Division is Harry Jones MPS for his service to people with a disability, and to the pharmacy profession.


GPs and pharmacists receive Queen’s birthday honours

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