2013 Indigenous Business of the Year Award

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2013 Business of the Year

As a part of NAIDOC Week celebrations, Carbal Medical Medical Centre was named, “Indigenous Business of the Year,” at the gala event at the Toowoomba Cathedral Centre.

Carbal Chief Executive Officer, Dr Randhawa and the 33 employees were taken by surprise.

“It is a huge boost for the centre,” Dr Randhawa said.

“It is recognition of all the hard work we have done over the past year.

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Carbal Rolls into Warwick

The “MOB” medical facility on wheels landed in Warwick last week as part of a joint initiative between the Carbal Indigenous Medical Centre and the University of Queensland. The fully-equipped mobile medical centre will act as a first point health care access facility for the indigenous community of Warwick. Carbal CEO Dr Harry Randhawa says that the idea for the health unit was formed

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Sophie Morris

Hello, my name is Sophie Morris. I am a Kamilaroi woman from St George where I was born and raised. I am a very proud mum to my 4-year-old boy. I moved to Toowoomba 10 years ago. It has been a very positive move as I have completed my degree in nursing. I have been nursing for 7 years now, mainly in the medical

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Tamika Campbell

Hi, my name is Tamika Campbell. My people are from the Mandandanji tribe. I am an Endorsed Enrolled Nurse, and have been nursing since 2005. I started out in a rural hospital before moving to Toowoomba in December 2007, whenI began specialising in radiology nursing. Indigenous health has always been a passion for me, and close to my heart. So when the opportunity arrose

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Virginia Cavanagh

Hi, my name is Virginia Cavanagh and I am a Registered nurse/midwife. I was born in Dorrigo, NSW. I moved to Moree when I was nine years old. I studied nursing at USQ, Toowoomba and then moved to Cairns to start my nursing career at Cairns Base Hospital. After working at CBH Emergency for some time I knew I was ready to make my

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Charlie Rowe

My name is Charlie Rowe and I’m the Strong Fathers Strong Families Worker. I love working for Carbal because of the interactions with our people that I have on a daily basis. I enjoy the yarns that I have with them, especially the stories of their journeys that they yarn about.

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