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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Narooma practice manager recognised for contribution to GP training

Training the next generation of GPs takes a team, and local GP training provider GP Synergy has recognised Kay Lane as the GP Synergy Practice Manager of the Year for South Eastern NSW for the part she plays. Kay is practice manager at of Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Regional Health & Community Services, which has been an accredited GP training practice for many years. Kay’s work behind the scenes ensures that the doctors training to become specialist GPs understand the challenges and benefits of working in Aboriginal health. “I find working in the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Sector is such a rewarding position to be in,” Ms Lane said. “While with us the trainee GPs have the chance to experience Aboriginal culture and the needs of our communities. “We offer training in a service that delivers holistic services that includes GPs, allied health and Aboriginal health workers. “I like working in the background just doing my job and all the little things that help the organisation, so being recognised for the work I do is fantastic and I’m very humbled to receive this award.

Above: GP Synergy Practice Manager of the Year for South Eastern NSW Kay Lane with Amanda who is a clinical admin officer at Katungul. Mrs Georgina van de Water, CEO of local general practice education and training provider GP Synergy, said the training of GP registrars relies heavily on accredited general practices. “GP Synergy is delighted to be able to present the annual Practice Manager of the Year award for the South Eastern NSW to Ms Lane in recognition of her commitment to excellence in general practice education and training,” Mrs van de Water said. “Practice managers are integral to training facilities maintaining their accreditation and supporting the training of GP registrars. “Providing GP registrars with opportunities to undertake training in Aboriginal health is one of our key priorities. “The consistent feedback we receive from GP trainees is that training in an Aboriginal health facility, such as Katungal Aboriginal Corporation, is a rich and rewarding learning environment. “Practice managers like Kay, play a key role in helping create this positive learning experience. “With nearly 190 general practices in the South Eastern NSW training region accredited for GP training, Ms Lane’s achievement is something to be proud of.”

Above: Kay Lane has been awarded the GP Synergy Practice Manager of the Year for South Eastern NSW for the part she plays in training the next generation of GPs in Narooma at Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Regional Health & Community Services. Photo: Supplied.

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