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Laudable career change beckons GP Synergy’s Director of Education and Training

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A change in career direction will see GP Synergy’s Director of Education and Training, Dr Graham Lee, step down from this role at the end of 2016, yet will continue with GP Synergy in a senior capacity. Graham has decided to embark on a very significant change to his career.  Next year he will begin...

A change in career direction will see GP Synergy’s Director of Education and Training, Dr Graham Lee, step down from this role at the end of 2016, yet will continue with GP Synergy in a senior capacity.

Graham has decided to embark on a very significant change to his career.  Next year he will begin study in theology at Bible college, with a view for future Christian medical mission work in Australia or overseas.

His expertise will be retained, as he will continue with GP Synergy in a senior medical educator position from 2017, albeit in a part-time capacity given time requirements for further education.

Graham became a medical educator in 2010, and took on a senior role as Director of Prevocational Education and Training (DPET) in 2012. In 2015, he was appointed to the Director of Training.

“Graham has done a brilliant job in his role as Director of Education and Training, during the most significant time of change in the life of GP Synergy,” says GP Synergy CEO, Mr John Oldfield.

“I am personally indebted to Graham for all he has contributed to this organisation and hold him in the highest regard.  He has been integral to our success in winning the 2015 AGPT and OTDNET tender for NSW and the ACT, and instrumental in the implementation of our tender plans – juggling a multitude of projects and change management initiatives with the management team and others.

“Although it’s sad to see him step down, it is pleasing that Graham will continue with us in a senior capacity for the foreseeable future.  We have defined a way forward that will ensure a smooth transition for Graham and for his successor in the role.

“We are delighted that his significant expertise will not be lost to the organisation, and I wish Graham all success in his chosen career direction.”

Applications will open for the position of GP Synergy Director of Education and Training from Tuesday 6 September 2016.  For further information, please see our website: http://gpsynergy.com.au/about-us/employment-opportunities/

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