Dr Craig Morris of Banyo Clinic has been named GP Supervisor of the Year for Queensland by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Awards.
This prestigious honour recognises Dr Morris’ outstanding work training and guiding the next generation of general practitioners.
Having practised medicine for over three decades, Dr Morris has provided care to patients since 1993. His special interests include chronic disease management, caring for patients with special needs, general medicine, and minor procedures.
Dr Morris takes a holistic approach to caring for his patients, coordinating support from various providers to best serve their health needs.
After graduating from the University of Queensland, Dr Morris gained extensive medical experience across Queensland and Western Australia. He worked in Mackay and flew with the Royal Flying Doctor Service before settling at the long-standing Banyo Clinic.
As Queensland’s GP Supervisor of the Year, Dr Morris joins other top GPs honoured across Australia by the RACGP Awards, including Dr Kuinileti Chang Wai from Beenleigh who was named GP of the year.
To see the full list of winners this year, visit racgp.org.au.
About the RACGP
Since its founding in 1958, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has grown to become the leading representative body for general practitioners in Australia.
With over 41,000 members, the RACGP represents the interests of the vast majority of GPs across the country. Significantly, more than 9,500 RACGP members serve rural and remote communities, helping to ensure access to primary care even in isolated parts of Australia.
After over 60 years, the RACGP continues to support GPs at all stages of their careers and advocate for the role of quality general practice in the wider health system.