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Dr Mark Wenitong

Senior Medical Officer
Apunipima Cape York Health Council
PO Box 12045
Cairns DC QLD, 4870
Tel: (07) 4081 5600
Fax: (07) 4051 7940
 

Biography

Dr Mark Wenitong is from the Kabi Kabi tribal group of South Queensland. He is the Senior Medical Officer at Apunipima Cape York Health Council, where he is working on health reform across the Cape York Aboriginal communities. He was the Senior Medical Officer at Wuchopperen Health Services in Cairns for the previous nine years. He has also worked as the medical advisor for OATSIH in Canberra.

He is the immediate past president and founder of the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association and sits on the National Health and Medical Research Committee - National Health Committee, chairs the Andrology Australia- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Reference group, and sits on several other committees. He is a council member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and a member of the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander council.

Dr Wenitong has been heavily involved in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce and has helped develop several national workforce documents. He is involved in several research projects, and has worked in prison health, refugee health in East Timor as well as studying and working in Indigenous health internationally. He was a member of the NTER review expert advisory group in 2008. He is involved in clinical and policy work with the aim of improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health outcomes in Australia

 
Last updated: 23 September 2011
 
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