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Skilled Medical Exhibits at RACMA's 2017 Annual Conference and Celebrates the College's Golden Jubilee

October 2017

Skilled Medical was one of 12 exhibitors at The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA) 2017 annual conference held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from the 18th to 20th October 2017.

2017 is the Golden Jubilee of the College. Themed, ‘Past Reflections, Future Directions’, this year's conference was a time for reflection, celebration and looking towards the future. Attracting 380 delegates from across Australia and internationally, the 4-day conference program included a range of workshops and sessions, a line-up of international and Australian RACMA speakers, executives’ breakfasts, industry-related exhibitors showcasing products and services and social functions including a welcome reception and a formal 50th Anniversary Gala dinner themed, 50 years of RACMA with a touch of bling, at the Olympic Room, Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Skilled Medical’s Recruitment Consultants, Melissa Houston, Megan Jones and Mark Jones were pleased to represent the company at the conference. Managing Director, Dr David Campbell and Senior Medical Advisor, Dr Robyn Mason also attended this year’s conference as RACMA Fellows.

“Overall, Skilled Medical’s RACMA exhibit and our team’s participation in this year’s conference was a big success,” said Melissa Houston, Senior Recruitment Consultant who is responsible for Medical Director placements. “The Skilled Medical Team was pleased to connect with many existing and new doctors and clients in this wonderful educational environment. David and I also had a fantastic evening at the MCG during the 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner celebrations.”

For more information on this year's RACMA conference, please follow this link: www.racmaconference.com.au

Skilled Medical is an international medical recruitment, placement and services firm that delivers qualified medical professionals wherever they are needed in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland.