ReadyCare GPs are based in Australia and are fully accredited and registered, so you can be confident in their care. They have a minimum 5 year experience, and most work in their own GP practices too. They have three months of extensive training, including one month of intensive training on telemedical protocols and communication.
ReadyCare CEO and Medical Director
Amandeep is a leader in the telehealth services sector in Australia. She is a locally trained specialist General Practitioner who has worked both nationally and overseas.
Her career has included both public and private work, as well as in Aboriginal Health, Refugee Health, Occupational Medicine and Travel Medicine. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and an examiner for the College, and holds a Masters in Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Her purpose and passion: “Improving the access and equity of quality healthcare for all Australians.”
ReadyCare Clinical Advisory Panel Chair
Dr Chris Mitchell is a rural GP with more than 20 years experience and holds a Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Previously, Chris was the President of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Head of the Adoption, Benefits and Change team at the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA). He has served on several boards including NPS medicinewise and Therapeutic Guidelines. In 2013 he was awarded a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia
ReadyCare Advisory Panel
Associate Professor Sally McCarthy MBBS FACEM MBA is a specialist emergency physician at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney. She is also Clinical Director of the NSW ACI Emergency Care Institute, and former president of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine, the peak professional organisation responsible for training emergency physicians and advancement of professional standards in emergency medicine in Australia and New Zealand. She chairs the International Federation for Emergency Medicine specialty implementation committee, having served on the IFEM Board and as representative for Australasia.
She chairs the International Federation for Emergency Medicine specialty implementation committee, having served on the IFEM Board and as representative for Australasia.
ReadyCare Clinical Advisory Panel
Associate Professor Bruce Chater is Head of the Academic Discipline of Rural and Remote Medicine and Deputy Chair of the Rural Clinical School Management Committee at the University of Queensland – tasks he performs from his rural base of Theodore, Queensland where he continues as a practicing rural doctor. Associate Professor Chater has been very involved both professionally and politically with the rural doctor’s movement. He was the founding convener of the Rural Doctors’ Association of Queensland and Australia and served as President of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. In 2007 he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia.