Our Community, Our Health


NTGPE's 'Our Community, Our Health' campaign shares inspirational stories of GP registrars, GP supervisors and medical educators who help NTGPE to be a significant contributor to rural and remote health care in the diverse, challenging, and unique training environment of the Territory.

The delivery of world-class training and high-level support to GP registrars in the Northern Territory has been built on a foundation of experience, relationships, and local knowledge of healthcare delivery, especially in rural and remote Australia.

Our Community, Our Health | Dr Cate Pritchard
Dr Peter Zimmermann's journey to becoming a GP
Recent fellow Dr Catherine Pendrey has returned to remote NT to pursue her passion for Indigenous health.
Katie's journey of academia, adventure, bravery, inspiration, survival, and ultimately, a passion for improving Indigenous health.
Justin has spent his entire career coming and going from the NT. Currently on his third stint, Justin works and supervises GP registrars on the Tiwi Islands.
Ralph is originally from the remote island country of Palau and is now working as a medical educator in Alice Springs, supporting GP registrars in training.
From saving lives in the Amazon, to leading regional medical services in the NT, Marco's story is one of adventure, passion, and education.
Originally hailing from Austria, Bernadette calls the Territory home as she continues her work as a rural generalist beyond fellowship.