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NZLocums Orientation in November

12 General Practitioners from four countries attended NZLocums Orientation course in Wellington from 4 – 6 November. Five of them travelled from the UK, four from the United States, and others from the Netherlands and Australia.

The three-day course introduced them to New Zealand’s health system including ACC, Work and Income, Pharmac, and MedTech 32 training. It also provided two sessions that were focused on Maori history and health.

Orientation is also a great networking opportunity for newly arrived international doctors to meet others in a similar situation.

Pictured front row from left: Dr Georgia Lesser who is based in Buller, Dr Marrit Kool in Motueka; middle row: Dr Nick Harpur in Bream Bay, Dr Lauren Bull in Taranaki, Dr Kim Wallace in Hastings, Dr Miranda Bien-Lim in Christchurch, Dr Mariska Voss in Hastings, Dr Simon Ball in Canterbury; back row: Dr Sam Chelmo in Gore, Dr Douglas Rolland in Nelson, Dr David Wheater in New Plymouth, Dr Rick Budensiek in Whangamata.

NZLocums’ Orientation course is tailor-made for internationally trained GPs and Practice Nurses. The course is endorsed by the Royal New Zealand College of GPs for up to 18.5 credits CME. Contact Ayumi today for more information, email: ayumi@nzlocums.com or visit www.nzlocums.com

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