This award is awarded to an ACRRM registrar for their demonstrated commitment to rural and remote general practice.
2017 Dr Edward (Ed) Lee
Based in Mudgee, Ed is committed to rural general practice. Originally from Sydney, a recommendation from his supervisor in Mudgee set him on the path to becoming a GP obstetrician. As the youngest GP obstetrician in Mudgee he recognises his stake in the future of obstetric services, and is involved in a number of hospitalbased committees dedicated to continuous improvement
2016 Dr Maya Eamus
Dr Maya Eamus began GP training in 2013 and fellowed from the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in August this year. Maya undertook all her GP training in Western NSW, first at Wagga Wagga Base Hospital and then at Gundagai Medical Centre where she also undertook her Advanced Specialised Training term. Maya has been an outstanding registrar and is thoroughly rurally committed, having bought a home in Gundagai and planning to live and work there long term.