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Education: Learn together, grow together

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, where information is constantly changing, continued professional education stands as a cornerstone for ensuring the highest standards of patient care and healthcare practice.  Education has always been part of the HHMP DNA, and this commitment to life long learning benefits doctors, nurses, staff and patients. It also extends to the next generation of healthcare students and registrars who come through our doors.

GP registrarGP Registrar Education and Training

The royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) administers the GP training program for future doctors. They have recently re-accredited HHMP to continue to train future GPs until October 2026.

We are very excited to announce that Dr Sophia Song and Dr Brendan Xu will be joining us as GP registrar trainees from February 2024.

GP Supervisors

After 40 years serving the local community, Dr Andrew Bowes will retire in February 2024. He will continue to do some medical teaching locally and in Vietnam. We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavours.

Dr Leo Tam will replace Dr Andrew Bowes as an accredited supervisor. Dr Leo Tam is very popular with students and colleagues alike due to his deep clinical knowledge and ability to explain complex concepts in a way that is easy to follow. He will assist Dr Charbel Badr with medical student and registrar supervision.

Healthcare Students

HHMP continues to host a broad range of medical students, nursing and podiatry students at various stages of their training. We recently hosted a range of medical students varying from 1st year observership, 2nd and 3rd year clinical placements and medical electives.

Are you interested in a culture of excellence? If so contact us

At its core, continued professional education cultivates a culture of excellence within HHMP. It promotes a mindset of continuous improvement. If you have a commitment to education and learning, please contact us. We welcome enquiries from students, Registrars, New Fellow GPs, experienced GP and specialists who have a similar passion towards education and a positive culture.

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