Dr John Gommans graduated from Auckland University MB ChB in 1981. He completed his specialist training in New Zealand (NZ) and England and obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) in 1987. Since 1989 he has worked in Hawke’s Bay as a General Physician and Geriatrician with an interest in Stroke Medicine, and since 2010 is also part time Chief Medical Officer for Hawke’s Bay Hospital. He is the current chair of the NZ Adult Medicine Division Committee of the RACP, a Past President of the Internal Medicine Society of the Australia and NZ (IMSANZ, 2012-2014) representing General Physicians across Australasia and a past President of the NZ Division of the ANZ Society for Geriatric Medicine (2005-2008). He has previously been chair of the RACP (NZ) specialist advisory committee for general physician training (2000-2005).
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