Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Keturah Skov as its new Registrar Liaison Officer (RLO).
NT local Keturah returned to the Territory in 2020 after 10 years spent in Melbourne for university and work, where she had a range of jobs including as a medical registrar and emergency registrar.
She is currently an ACRRM trainee in Alice Springs, where she was born before spending her childhood growing up in Darwin.
“I love living and working in central Australia – it’s a beautiful and diverse community,” said Keturah.
“I’m excited to work with NTGPE to deliver their education program, and be an advocate for registrars across the Territory.”
The NTGPE RLO role provides a very important connection between those in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program and those running the program.
Keturah joins Dr Oliver Hughes as a RLO at NTGPE.