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15 Jun 2017

The AMA pays tribute to all doctors and health professionals whose outstanding work was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List over the weekend. 

AMA member GPs honoured include:

  • Dr Tim Mooney from Georgetown in Tasmania, who received an AM for ‘significant service to medicine through a range of multiple practice roles, to doctors in rural and remote areas, and to the community’.
  • Dr John Moran from Murwillumbah in New South Wales, who received an AM for ‘significant service to medicine in northern New South Wales, to medical administration and education, and to the community’.
  • Dr John McLaren from Cowra in NSW, who received an OAM for ‘service to the community of Cowra, and to medicine’.
  • Dr Robert Rogers from Kew in Victoria, who received an OAM for ‘service to the community as a general practitioner, and through support for asylum seekers and refugees’.
  • Dr Mehdi Sanati Pour from Mildura in Victoria, who received an OAM for ‘service to medicine as a general practitioner in Mildura’.
  • Dr Roger Davidson from Strathfield New South Wales, who received an OAM for ‘service to medicine, to education, and to the community’.

A full list of those AMA members recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours will be published in Australian Medicine.


Published: 15 Jun 2017