General Practice Training is a Specialists training in Australia.
All medical graduates complete one year training in a hospital setting which is their internship.
Following the internship they do further training in various specialties as Junior and Senior house officers in the hospital.
On the completion of their hospital placements components of their training they are inducted as GP registrars for a period of two years in General Practice.
Out of the two years they rotate between two practices with two different GP trainers.
During this period they sit their exams for the RACGP and obtain the fellowship – FRACGP.
At Haan Health, we train GP registrars both in their first (GPT1 & GPT2) and second year (GPT3 & GPT4) of their training.
We believe teaching GP registrars help us to learn and improve on systems on an ongoing basis.
We hold regular tutorials and case by case teaching based on the pillars of evidence based medicine and RACGP guidelines.
We are passionate about our philosophy of patient-centered thorough comprehensive medicine and are proud to inspire the next generation of General Practitioners.
The GP Registrars are closely supervised in every aspect of their clinical work by our GP mentors like Dr. Haikerwal and Dr. Adams so that each and every patient gets the best care that is synonymous with Haan Health.
Dr. Cameron Halliday was the first registrar to be trained at Haan Health for 18 months and subsequently joined as a permanent GP colleague after gaining his FRACGP.
|Dr. Sarah-Jane Kelley||23/01/2017 – 22/01/2018||GPT1 & GPT2|
|Dr. Matthew Thornely||23/01/2017 – 22/01/2018||GPT1 & GPT2|
|Dr. Elise Turner||01/08/2016 – 22/01/2018||GPT1, GPT2 & GPT3|
|Dr. Sarah Clarke||16/05/2016 – 29/09/2016||GPT4|
|Dr. Louis Beak||18/01/2016 – 17/01/2017||GPT1 & GPT2|
|Dr. Joel Lando||27/01/2015 – 26/01/2016||GPT1 & GPT2|
|Dr. Cameron Halliday||28/07/2014 – 26/01/2016||GPT2, GPT3 & GPT4|