Well-respected Cowra General Practioners, Dr Peter Davidson and Dr Prue Greenwell, have been honoured for each achieving more than 35 years of service to the Cowra community.
Dr Davidson and Dr Greenwell were recognised for the achievement at the prestigious 2016 NSW Rural Medical Service Awards last weekend.
The Rural Medical Service Awards recognise GPs who have provided long-standing medical service to the people of rural, regional and remote New South Wales.
The award was presented to Dr Davidson and Dr Greenwell by the NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) during their annual Rural GPs Conference dinner held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Coogee Beach, Sydney on Saturday, November 26.
RDN CEO Richard Colbran said, “Dr Davidson and Dr Greenwell have made a significant contribution to his rural community by providing high quality continuity of care.”
Dr Davidson and Dr Greenwell have made a significant contribution to his rural community by providing high quality continuity of care.RDN CEO Richard Colbran
Dr Davidson and Dr Greenwell practice at Cowra Medical Associates. Dr Davidson is also a Visiting Medical Officer at Cowra District Hospital. They are both actively involved in all facets of general practice and in teaching medical students.
“It is rare for rural doctors to be formally recognised for the outstanding contribution they make to their community and acknowledged for the work they do,” Mr Colbran said.
“This award provides a unique opportunity for the people of Cowra to acknowledge the difference that Dr Greenwell and Dr Davidson make.”