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NSLHD welcomes newest intake of intern doctors

The Northern Sydney Local Health District (NSHLD) is pleased to announce the arrival of 90 new intern doctors, marking the commencement of their medical careers. Last week, the interns participated in orientation, including a morning tea where they got to know each other and addressed some questions.

These interns will undergo a supervised year of practice, rotating through metropolitan, regional, and rural hospitals. They will receive on-the-job education, training, and vocational support, spanning two years to become independent practitioners.

Noteworthy among the interns is Nikhil Autar, a nominee for Young Australian of the Year in New South Wales, adding intern Doctor to his list of achievements.

“Medicine called to me through the lens of science, a path I started on. What captivated me was not just the health aspect, but the joy of helping people.” Intern, Otto Gulliver.

“This opportunity is exciting; I was drawn to this role as I want to establish and create some change. We are lucky that we have a supportive health district,” Intern Sheridan Beaumont.

The NSHLD looks forward to the contributions of these interns as they begin their medical journeys.

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