Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019

Date published:
12 Jun 2019

Congratulations to the RACP Fellows recognised in the 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours.

These awards highlight the outstanding work RACP members do and the importance of that work in local, national and international communities.

The New Zealand Order of Merit

To be Dame Companion of the said Order:

  • Dr Susan Nicola Bagshaw FAChSHM, CNZM, of Christchurch.
    For services to youth health

To be Officers of the said Order:

  • Dr Marie Claire McLintock FRACP, of Auckland.
    For services to haematology and obstetrics.
  • Dr Christine Mary Roke FAChSHM, of Auckland.
    For services to sexual and reproductive health.

AUSTRALIA

Companion (AC) in the General Division

  • Professor Ruth Frances Bishop AO FRACP (Hon)
    For eminent service to global child health through the development of improved vaccines for paediatric gastroenteritis, and to medical research.
  • Professor David James Burke AO FRACP
    For eminent service to neurophysiology, to innovative treatments for spinal cord and brain trauma injuries, and to professional medical organisations.

Officer (AO) in the General Division

  • Professor Lex William Doyle FRACP
    For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, as a neonatal paediatrician, academic, author and researcher.
  • Professor Christine Julie Kilpatrick FRACP
    For distinguished service to medicine through senior administrative roles, to the promotion of quality in health care, and to neurology.
  • Professor Christina Anne Mitchell FRACP
    For distinguished service to medicine in the field of haematology, to medical education and research, and to academic leadership.
  • Professor Richard George Pestell FRACP
    For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, as a researcher and physician in the fields of endocrinology and oncology.
  • Associate Professor Tilman Alfred Ruff AM FRACP
    For distinguished service to the global community as an advocate for nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament, and to medicine.

Member (AM) in the General Division

  • Professor William MacEwan Carroll FRACP
    For significant service to neurological medicine, and to people with Multiple Sclerosis.
  • Clinical Professor Peter Thomas Bye FRACP
    For significant service to medicine, particularly to cystic fibrosis, and to medical education.
  • Professor Ian James Cook FRACP
    For significant service to gastroenterology, and to medical research.
  • Professor John Patrick Edmonds FRACP
    For significant service to rheumatology, and to medical research.
  • Associate Professor Jonathan James Ell FRACP
    For significant service to medicine, and to medical education and research.
  • Professor Michael Lindsay Grayson FAFPHM, FRACP 
    For significant service to medicine in the field of infectious disease.
  • Professor Winita Hardikar FRACP
    For significant service to medicine, particularly to paediatric liver disease and transplantation.
  • Professor Constance Helen Katelaris FRACP
    For significant service to medicine in the field of immunology and allergy.
  • Professor Steven Anthony Krilis FRACP
    For significant service to medical research in the areas of inflammation, thrombosis and allergic disease.
  • Dr David Alexander McCredie FRACP
    For significant service to medicine in the field of paediatric nephrology.
  • Dr Prudence Joan Manners FRACP
    For significant service to medicine as a paediatric rheumatologist.
  • Associate Professor Michael John Murray FRACP
    For significant service to geriatric medicine as a clinician and educator.
  • Professor Clare Nourse FRACP
    For significant service to medicine in the field of paediatric infectious diseases.
  • Emeritus Professor Anthony James Radford FRACP, FAFPHM
    For significant service to medicine, to medical education, and to global health.
  • Dr Nicholas Saltos FRACP
    For significant service to medicine, and to education.
  • Professor Malcolm Ross Sim FAFOEM, FAFPHM
    For significant service to occupational and environmental medicine.
  • Professor Leon Abraham Simons FRACP
    For significant service to cardiovascular medicine, and to education.
  • Associate Professor Richard James Stark FRACP
    For significant service to neurological medicine, and to professional associations.
  • Professor Carolyn Mary Sue FRACP 
    For significant service to medicine, particularly to mitochondrial disease.
  • Professor James Leonard Wilkinson FRACP
    For significant service to medicine, particularly paediatric cardiology.

Honorary Member (AM) in the General Division

  • Professor Jacob George FRACP
    For significant service to medicine as a gastroenterologist and hepatologist. 

Medal (OAM)in the General Division

  • Dr Christopher James Cunneen FAFOEM
    For service to medicine as an occupational and environmental physician.
  • Dr Malcolm Douglas Dobbin FAFPHM
    For service to medicine.
  • Dr John Dacre England FRACP
    For service to medicine as a cardiologist.
  • Dr David Everett FRACP
    For service to medicine as a paediatrician.
  • Dr David Thomas McDonald FRACP
    For service to medicine as a paediatrician.
  • Associate Professor Georgia Armat Paxton FRACP
    For service to community health, and to refugees.
  • Dr George Louie Williams FRACP
    For service to medicine in the field of paediatrics and developmental disability.
  • Dr Gordon Eustace White FAChSHM
    For service to medicine, particularly sexual health. 

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