GP Synergy rural and general pathway registrars top RACGP fellowship exams

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Aug 24, 2016 | Admin news | Alumni | Latest news | Medical students | Prevocational doctors | Registrars | Stakeholders | Training practices

Dr_Sam_Baker_NSW_GP_Training_GP_Synergy_RuralGP Synergy congratulates Drs Samantha Baker and Dorim Cho on their recent Royal Australian College of General Practitioner (RACGP) fellowship assessment success.

Recent fellow, Dr Samantha Baker (pictured) was a GP Synergy rural pathway registrar who undertook her GP training in New England/Northwest. She has been announced as the recipient of the prestigious Tony Buhagiar Memorial Medal, awarded to the NSW/ ACT Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) fellowship clinical exam candidate with the highest score in 2015.2.

Samantha commenced her rural GP training with local GP training provider GP Synergy in 2013. She enjoyed a varied training experience at Tamworth Hospital and Smith Street Practice, as well as undertaking an academic post with the University of New England, and being the official registrar representative for the New England/Northwest region.

GP Synergy also congratulates Dr Dorim Cho – a GP Synergy general pathway fellow, for being awarded the Iris and Edward Gawthorn Award. This national award recognises the GP registrar who achieved the highest score in the circulatory and respiratory components of the Fellowship Exam (based on the ICPC system), over the 2015 calendar year.

We wish both Samantha and Dorim every success for their future career endeavours.