FSFHG registrars top of the class

Left to right: Fiona Stanley Hospital Senior Medical Education Registrar Sze Ann Woon with Medical registrars Cara Winnall, Debbie Olsson-White, Gregory Gaughran and Sun Loo.
From left: Senior Medical Education Registrar Sze Ann Woon with medical registrars Cara Winnall, Debbie Olsson-White, Gregory Gaughran and Sun Loo
August 30, 2016

Congratulations to the 19 Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospital (FSFHG) registrars who recently passed the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) Clinical Exam.

The group’s 79 per cent pass rate was well above the Western Australian rate of 64 per cent and the national figure of 74 per cent.

Director of Physician Training Dr Abu Abraham said the result was testimony to the trainees’ commitment.

“The trainees have worked extremely hard and should be very proud of their achievements,” Dr Abraham said.

“In addition, numerous physicians and advanced trainees selflessly gave their own time towards the training of these candidates.”

The FRACP clinical exam is a major step in the journey towards becoming a physician and once trainees pass this component, they can move into their chosen specialty. 

FSH successfully hosted the national exam for the second time in 2016.

Dr Abraham also acknowledged the efforts of Senior Medical Education Registrar Dr Sze-Ann Woon who assisted him in delivering the Basic Physician Training program.