Thirteen doctors from countries including the UK, the USA, the Netherlands and Norway attended NZLocums Orientation for Overseas Trained GPs held in Wellington on 5 November.
During the three-day programme they were introduced to numerous important aspects of living and working in New Zealand including cultural protocols, an advanced resuscitation workshop and practical MedTech training.
Pictured clockwise from front are: Dr Ronald Keller who is based in Te Kuiti, Dr Harding Richards in Horowhenua, Dr Whitney Roper in Gore, Dr Hunter Poarch in Gore, Dr James Perry in Motueka, Dr Jim Dardis on Waiheke Island, Dalton Kelly (CEO,NZRGPN), Dr Bruce Dooley in Golden Bay, Dr Charles (Chuck) Winjum in Tuakau, Dr Theon Rogers in Darfield, Dr Sophie Robinson in Whangaparaoa, Dr Clementine Dechesne in Rawene, Dr Andrea Taylor in Greymouth and Dr Anders Svensson in Kaikoura.
The three-day Orientation course provides overseas GPs and Practice Nurses with the best practical introduction to the New Zealand health system. Contact Ayumi today for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nzlocums.com