Dr Roger Sexton is a rural GP with a strong and enduring interest in doctors’ health since 1997 when he initiated a rural GP support program in SA and went on to establish Doctors’ Health SA, in 2010. He is the inaugural Medical Director of this unique program.
He has been a past Presiding Member of the Medical Board of SA. He is currently a board director of medical indemnity insurer MIGA, Chair of its Risk Management Committee and a member of its Claims Committee. He is also a current board director of NPS MedicineWise and the national Doctors’ Health Services Pty Ltd.
He has a long standing interest in medical education and enjoys tutoring clinical skills at Adelaide University Medical School and is a recent AMA(SA) Medical educator Award recipient. He completed his Adelaide MBA in 2015.
His clinical duties include working at the doctors’ health clinic, rural GP locums, rural skin screening and executive health. He is married with two adult children and enjoys sheep farming, music, theatre, art and travel.
Chris Babich has been, specifically and exclusively, working with the medical profession in in recruitment( locums and permanent staffing) , practice sales and valuation since 1981.
Chris has also lectured to the AMA( NSW Branch) , RACGP members as well undertaking regular presentation to GP Training Consortiums and now GP Synergy, since 1987.
Chris had his own fortnightly column” Dollars and Sense” in Australian Doctor ( 1987 – 2002) .
He runs his business under the name of Australian Babich Medicos with an office in Narrabeen , on the beautiful Sydney Northern Beaches.
Dr Nathan Pinskier is a Melbourne GP with a long-standing involvement in primary health care, digital health, accreditation and practice management. He is a director and co-owner of a Melbourne based group of general practices Medi7. He is the chair of the RACGP Expert Committee for eHealth & Practice Systems and the medical director of the DoctorDoctor Locum Medical Service in Melbourne. and the president of the General Practice Deputising Association. Nathan is also a current board member at Peninsula Health and chair of the Quality and Safety Committee.
Nathan is currently the Co-sponsor for the Australian Digital Heath Agency’s project to establish interoperable and secure electronic communications across the healthcare sector and is part of the Australian Digital Heath Agency’s steering committee providing advice regarding pathology results in the My Health Record.