Queen's Birthday Honours 2022

Date published:
14 Jun 2022

Congratulations to the 26 RACP Fellows recognised in the 2022 Queen's Birthday Honours list. 

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 NZ Order of Merit (CNZM) 

  • Associate Professor Dr Graeme ­Woodfield
    For services to transfusion medicine.

Officer of the NZ Order of Merit (ONZM) 

  • Dr Hilary Blackrock
    For services to haematology.

Officer of the ONZM 

  • Dr Gordon Nicholson 
    For services to health and the community.
  • Dr Anne Robertson
    For services to sexual health.

Australia

Companion in the General Division

  • Professor Brendan Francis Murphy AC FRACP
    For eminent service to medical administration and community health, particularly as Chief Medical Officer, and to nephrology, to research and innovation, and to professional organisations.

Officer (AO) in the General Division

  • Dr Kerry Gai Chant AO FAFPHM
    For distinguished service to the people of New South Wales through public health administration and governance, and to medicine.

  • Professor Basil John Donovan AO FAFPHM FAChSHM
    For distinguished service to medicine in the field of sexual health through tertiary education, research and advisory roles.

  • Professor Guy Barrington Marks AO FRACP FAFPHM
    For distinguished service to respiratory medicine and research, and to tertiary education.

Member (AM) in the General Division

  • The late Dr James Cameron AM FRACP
    For significant service to cardiology, and to professional societies.

  • Professor Sarah Nicole Hilmer AM FRACP
    For significant service to clinical and geriatric pharmacology.

  • Dr Michelle Kiley AM FRACP
    For significant service to neurology, and to professional associations.

  • Professor Robyn Gaye Langham AM FRACP
    For significant service to renal health research, and to tertiary medical education.

  • Dr Louis Eugene McGuigan AM FRACP
    For significant service to rheumatology, and to community health.

  • Professor Imogen Ann Mitchell AM FRACP
    For significant service to intensive care medicine, and to tertiary education.

  • Professor Clare Scott AM FRACP
    For significant service to gynaecological oncology.

  • Dr John Huston Stewart AM FRACP
    For significant service to medicine as a nephrologist.

  • Dr Tarun Stephen Weeramanthri AM FRACP FAFPHM
    For significant service to public health administration.

Member (AM) Honorary Division

  • Dr Richard Jules Cohn AM (Hon) FRACP
    For significant service to paediatric cancer medicine and to professional organisations.

  • Professor Maria Antoinette Fiatarone Singh AM (Hon) FRACP
    For significant service to geriatric medicine, to research, and to education.

Medal (OAM) in the General Division

  • The late Dr Richard John Dunstan OAM FRACP FAFPHM
    For service to medicine as a paediatrician.

  • Dr Hugh Fairfull-Smith OAM FRACP
    For service to geriatric medicine.

  • Dr Jacob George OAM FAFPHM FAChAM
    For service to the community of Tasmania.

  • Professor David James Hammill OAM FRACP
    For service to medicine, and to the community.

Public Service Medals

  • Dr John Kenneth Ferguson PSM FRACP
    For outstanding service to NSW Health, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Associate Professor Nadia Deborah Friedman FRACP
    For outstanding public service to health in Victoria, particularly for the COVID-19 response.

  • Dr Mark George Veitch PSM FAFPHM
    For outstanding public service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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