Issue 2 • 2021

Queen's Birthday Honours 2021

Congratulations to the 38 RACP Fellows recognised in the 2021 Queen's Birthday Honours lists.
These awards highlight the outstanding work RACP members do and the importance of that work in local, national and international communities.
Aotearoa New Zealand Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit
  • Emeritus Professor David Richmond FRACP For services to health and education.
  • Robert (Simon) Rowley FRACP For services to paediatric and neonatal care.
Australia Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia
  • Professor Adrian Bauman FAFPHM For distinguished service to public health, to the prevention of chronic disease, and to tertiary education.
  • Emeritus Professor Colin Binns FAFPHM, FAFOEM For distinguished service to medical research, to tertiary education, to public health policy and human nutrition.
  • Dr Patrick (Toby) Coates FRACP For distinguished service to renal medicine, to professional medical organisations, and to tertiary education.
  • Professor Stephen Davis AM, FRACP For distinguished service to medical education, to stroke research, and to the management of cerebrovascular disease.
    • Professor Geoffrey Metz AM, FRACP For distinguished service to medicine, to medical education both nationally and internationally, and to professional medical organisations.
    • Dr Suzanne Packer AM, FRACP For distinguished service to children through roles in health, welfare and protection initiatives.
    • Clinical Professor Carol Pollock FRACP For distinguished service to medical research, education and science, to nephrology, and to clinical practice and governance.
    Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia
    • Dr John Andrews FRACP For significant service to nuclear medicine, and to professional societies.
    • Professor Philip Aylward FRACP For significant service to medicine, and to community health administration.
    • Dr Gavin Becker FRACP For significant service to medicine, to nephrology, and to professional societies.
    • Clinical Professor Flavia Cicuttini FRACP, FAFPHM For significant service to medicine, and to musculoskeletal disease research.
    • Dr David Durrheim FAFPHM For significant service to public health medicine, and to international health.
    • The Reverend Dr Cecilie Lander FRACP For significant service to neurological medicine, and to the Anglican Church of Australia.
    • Professor Frank Mastaglia FRACP For significant service to neuromuscular disease, and to professional associations.
    • Emeritus Professor Ian Riley FAFPHM For significant service to tertiary medical education, notably to tropical health.
    • Clinical Associate Professor Gary Sholler FRACP For significant service to paediatric medicine, and to tertiary medical education.
    • Dr Charles Steadman FRACP For significant service to tertiary medical education, and to gastroenterology.
    • Professor Helena Teede FRACP For significant service to medical education and research, to endocrinology, and to women’s health.
    • Associate Professor Edwina Wright FRACP For significant service to medicine and research, notably for people living with HIV/AIDS.
    Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia in the General Division
    • Professor Frank Alford FRACP For service to endocrinology.
    • Associate Professor Kevin Alford FRACP For service to medicine as a cardiologist.
    • Clinical Professor Eugene Athan FRACP For service to infectious diseases medicine.
    • Dr Geoffrey Byrne FRACP For service to paediatric endocrinology.
    • Associate Professor Stephen Della-Fiorentina FRACP For service to oncology.
    • Clinical Professor Peter Gates FRACP For service to neurology.
    • Dr David Hare FRACP For service to cardiology.
    • Dr David Hooke FRACP for service to nephrology, and to aviation medicine.
    • Dr Alexander Levendel FRACP For service to cardiology and nuclear medicine.
    • Dr Mark Pitney FRACP For service to cardiology.
    • Associate Professor Hyam (Barry) Rawicki FAFRM For service to medicine as a rehabilitation specialist.
    • Dr Laurence (Larry) Roddick FRACP For service to paediatric medicine.
    • Dr Richard Willing FRACP For service to conservation and the environment.
    • Dr Karen Zwi FRACP For service to paediatric medicine.
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    Public Service Medal (PSM)
    • Dr Michelle Cretikos FAFPHM For outstanding public service to community health in New South Wales.
    • Dr Jeremy McAnulty FAFPHM For outstanding public service to infectious diseases monitoring and environmental health in New South Wales.
      • Professor Nicola Spurrier FAFPHM, FRACP For outstanding public service to community health in South Australia.