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Careers and Training

We are one of the premier medical training centres in Victoria.

Improving the quality of health services available to regional people is central to who we are.

Bendigo Primary Care Centre offers a diverse range of employment opportunities.  BPCC is an inclusive workplace that supports individuals to be their best at work.  The practice offers comprehensive training and support programs to all  disciplines working in the clinic, aimed at allowing staff to advance their careers at a pace that suits them.  Employment opportunities are advertised and suitable applicants are encouraged to apply.

  • Callum Wright
    Role: General Manager About:
  • Daniel Peck
    Role: Medical Director About
  • Sheriden Emonson
    Role: Education and Training Coordinator About: Dr. Sheriden Emonson leads and supports our clinical staff. Working with them to ensure the highest standards of patient care are fostered and upheld and the clinical governance framework is maintained. Dr Emonson has a passion for providing holistic general practice to our community. She works part-time as a general practitioner, lectures medical students at Monash Medical School, and works in outpatient cardiology. She has additional postgraduate qualifications in areas of focused psychological strategies, Choice theory, ALS, ECG interpretation, and Boston scientific pacemaker training. Areas of clinical interest include chronic disease management, mental health, and cardiology.
  • Lyndal Whitehead
    Role: Practice Manager About:
  • Narelle Tognolini
    Role: Business Services Manager About:
  • Becc Cheers
    Role: Coordinated Care Services Manager About: Becc Cheers is our Coordinated Care Services Manager and looks after Chronic Disease Management, Allied Health, and Aged Care at Bendigo Primary Care Centre. Becc has developed a love of primary care nursing over her more than 20-year career, relishing the opportunity to get to know people and make a long-term difference in their lives. A registered nurse, division 1, Becc worked in emergency medicine at Bendigo Health for 13 years before moving to general practice. She also spent two years working for the Nurse on Call hotline and the COVID-19 hotline alongside her roles in the clinic.
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