RANZCOG Honours and Awards


The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

6 November 2023

At the 2023 ASM in Perth, RANZCOG honoured members with awards, including:

Dr Judith Gardiner – Distinguished Service Medal 2023

Honoured for her exceptional and invaluable dedication to the College’s endeavours over numerous years. Judith’s remarkable contributions span across various committees, her role as Councillor and Board Director. Furthermore, her commitment to the DRANZCOG and DRANZCOG Advanced examinations as an Exam Coordinator and Examiner, along with her advocacy for rural and remote women’s healthcare.

Dr Scott White – Distinguished Service Medal 2023

Awarded for the remarkable contribution and impact Scott has made to the College over many years through his work on numerous committees, working groups and advisory groups, as well as his role as a Councillor. Moreover, Scott’s commitment to teaching and supporting junior doctors including as a member of the ‘Supportive Seniors’ group offering additional support for trainees facing challenges.

Professor Yee Leung – President’s Medal 2022

Recognised for his exceptional dedication to the work of the College over many years. In particular, Yee’s extensive work on committees including the Council and Board, and as a College Examiner and Training Supervisor as well as his extraordinary commitment to the subspecialty of Gynaecology Oncology.

Associate Professor Gregory Jenkins – President’s Medal 2023

Awarded for Greg’s extraordinary contribution to the work of the College over many years. In particular, Greg’s extensive work on committees and incredible commitment to the FRANZCOG training program. Additionally, Greg’s invaluable leadership as Chair of the Training Accreditation Committee during the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing the many challenges, changes, and decisions necessary for ongoing delivery of training.

Dr Judith Gardiner
Dr Scott White
Professor Yee Leung
Associate Professor Gregory Jenkins
the College


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