To become a GP takes many years of hard work and dedication, and Dr Cameron Warren is well on his way to achieving that goal.
On Thursday night, he was announced as the GP Synergy South Eastern NSW Registrar of the Year.
The award presented by local GP training provider, GP Synergy, recognises excellence and ongoing commitment to quality general practice education and training.
After deciding to specialise as a GP, Dr Warren is training at Kiama Medical Practice and is in his third and final year of training.
“In medical school I had the pleasure of training with some really inspiring GPs.
“Seeing them face the varied challenges each day with energy and compassion, while making such a positive impact in the community, made me realise this was the job for me.
“I’ve really enjoyed GP training, I love learning new things, problem solving and working with people.
“GP training allows me to do all three every day, so I feel very privileged to do what I do.
“The team in Kiama Medical Practice are great fun to work with and are so good at what they do, there is a real culture of learning and respect here which I value too.
“I do love the Illawarra and hope to stay in the area when I complete my training,” Dr Warren said.
GP Synergy CEO, John Oldfield, congratulated Dr Warren on his achievement.
“It is a pleasure for GP Synergy to recognise excellence and commitment in GP training.
“With more than 230 registrars currently training in accredited general practices across South Eastern NSW region, Dr Warren’s achievement is certainly something to be proud of,” he said.
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