02 4924 8000   myRDN login

 

Rural Medical Service Award

Each year the Rural Medical Service Award acknowledges rural doctors who have achieved long-standing medical service to regional, rural and remote communities in New South Wales (NSW).

The service can be cumulative or consecutive and GPs who are currently practising and have been working for 35 or more years in rural NSW (RA2-5) are eligible.

Applications for this year's awards will open in August 2019. For more information about the awards email communications@nswrdn.com.au

 

2018 recipients of the Rural Medical Service Award

 

L-R: Dr Ian Falson from Ballina, Dr Mark Rikard-Bell from Muswellbrook, Dr Delma Mullins from Muswellbrook, Dr Neroli Lawrence from South Grafton, Dr Richard Abbott from Scone, Dr Peter Lee from Singleton, Dr Anil Thakur from Maclean and Dr Chris McKenzie from Ballina. 

L-R: Dr Ian Falson from Ballina, Dr Mark Rikard-Bell from Muswellbrook, Dr Delma Mullins from Muswellbrook, Dr Neroli Lawrence from South Grafton, Dr Richard Abbott from Scone, Dr Peter Lee from Singleton, Dr Anil Thakur from Maclean and Dr Chris McKenzie from Ballina. 

The photo features (L-R): Dr Ian Falson from Ballina, Dr Mark Rikard-Bell from
Muswellbrook, Dr Delma Mullins from Muswellbrook, Dr Neroli Lawrence from South
Grafton, Dr Richard Abbott from Scone, Dr Peter Lee from Singleton, Dr Anil Thakur from
Maclean and Dr Chris McKenzie from Ballina. Photo provided by NSW RDN