Our annual RAGCP Doctor’s Education Evening is now open for registrations. Any health professional who has an interest in Hyperbaric Medicine are encouraged to come along to find out how it works and what it can do for patients. Even better, those attending will be eligible to receive CPD points.
The course will be once again facilitated by Wesley Hyperbaric Medical Director Dr. Graeme Kay. You will learn all about the approved medical conditions that are treated at Wesley Hyperbaric as well as having the opportunity to tour the facility and see the chamber up close. There will be informative case studies from recent successful outcomes enabling you to make informed and educated decisions around referring your patients to us for treatment.
Facilitator Dr Graeme Kay
Dr Graeme Kay has been the Medical Director of Wesley Hyperbaric since 2015, serving as the Deputy Director from 2013-2015. Prior to starting at Wesley Hyperbaric he has had a varied medical career wearing many different hats; GP, hyperbaric medicine registrar at The Townsville Hospital, anaesthetic PHO and full-time rural relief doctor serving locations as varied as Hughenden, Ingham, Palm Island and Magnetic Island. He has a very keen interest in medical training and doctor’s welfare since serving as RMO president as a junior doctor in Rockhampton.
He has been a SCUBA diver from the age of 15, started his training in diving medicine in 2003, and holds the qualification of Diploma of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine awarded by the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society.
When not working or diving, Graeme can be found enjoying the life of a stay at home dad with his wife and daughters.
The event will take place on Tuesday 27 November and will run for around 2 hours from 6.00pm. The chamber facility is located within the Samford Jackson Building at the Wesley Hospital.
Places are limited so you should register today to ensure you can make this fun and informative event. Please call us on 07 3371 6033 or fill out the below form.