Former student receives Dr Michael Kamenjarin award at GV Health
Dr Kadison Michel, a former student at the University of Melbourne - Rural Clinical School, has received the Michael Kamenjarin Encouragement Award at Goulburn Valley Health.
Recognition: Dr Carolyn Kamenjarin and award winner Dr Kadison Michel. Photo by Lauren Formica.
The award recognises Kadison's hard work and passion for rural medicine, where he has gained a reputation as a supportive mentor and colleague at Goulburn Valley Health.
Kadison studied medicine at the Rural Clinical School, based in his hometown of Shepparton. He then completed an internship with the Murray to the Mountains Program and took up a casual position at the University, teaching clinical skills to first year medical students.
Since then Kadison has been a hardworking Junior Doctor who has continued training our medical students and junior staff members at Goulburn Valley Health where he is a highly valued staff member.
Kadison's dedication to rural health is an inspiration to us all.
About the award
Dr Michael Kamenjarin was a valued general surgeon at GV Health until June 2015, and was strongly dedicated to the education and support of junior doctors.
He lost his life to multiple sclerosis and cancer in April 2021.
In memory of Dr Kamenjarin’s work at GV Health, the annual encouragement award was established in his honour.