GP Synergy annually presents a number of awards to recognise excellence and ongoing commitment to quality general practice education and training.
Explore our awards below.
Dr Jeremy Bunker Outstanding Achievement Award
Dr Jeremy Bunker was a great educator, general practitioner, innovator and advocate for high quality education and training.
He held several esteemed positions, one of which was the Director of Training at GP Synergy (formerly SIGPET) from 2003-2011. He was an integral member of the general practice community and the general practice education and training arena. Jeremy sadly passed away from lung cancer in May 2011.
In memory and recognition of his dedication and commitment to GP training, GP Synergy established an award to recognise those who share similar traits and have used these to the benefit of the general practice education and training environment and wider community.
This is one of GP Synergy’s peak awards, with recipients receiving a $3000 cash prize.
Aunty Val Dahlstrom Award for Aboriginal Health Excellence (NSW/ACT)
Established in 2020, the Aunty Val Dahlstrom Award for Aboriginal Health Excellence is in honour of GP Synergy's late Aboriginal Liaison Officer, Val Dahlstrom.
The award recognises excellence in Aboriginal health by a GP Synergy staff member, supervisor, registrar or staff member of an accredited Aboriginal Health Training post within NSW/ACT.
This is one of GP Synergy’s peak award, with recipients receiving a $3000 cash prize.
GP Synergy regional awards recognise dedication and on-going commitment to the provision of quality general practice education and training by:
- an accredited GP Synergy supervisor
- a practice manager of an accredited GP Synergy practice
- a GP Synergy registrar
- a GP Synergy employee
Awards are presented within each of GP Synergy’s subregions.