The Rural Doctors Association of Queensland (RDAQ) was formed in 1989 to support rural doctors and their families, and the communities in which they live and work.
RDAQ is the only State medical organisation which has an exclusively rural focus.
Back row L-R: Ewen McPhee, Adam Coltzau (Imm Past-president), Dan Halliday, Charles Mudimu, Konrad Kangru,
Tarun sen Gupta (President-elect), Ted Chamberlain, Martin Byrne
Front Row: Sunday Adebiyi, Marg Moss (Exec Officer), Sue Masel (President), John Hall. Absent: Natascha Coventry and Shane Luland
All doctors, whether public or private, procedural or non-procedural, generalist or specialist, Australian or overseas trained, interns and registrars, are welcome to join RDAQ. Medical students are also welcome and student membership is free.
For more information on the benefits of RDAQ membership, click here.
To download the RDAQ Membership Application Form
To download the Student Membership Form
To download the RDAQ Associate Membership Application Form
Click here to pay an RDAQ Invoice
RDAQ membership automatically qualifies you to access great savings and services with both our benefit partners. Giving you hundreds of reasons to become a member of RDAQ and to stay current each year.
We have selected our parnters based of their personal and friendly service. Both are committed to helping RDAQ achieve our goals.
We welcome feedback regarding our member benefits programs. Please contact Executive Officer Marg Moss if you would like to discuss any aspects of these programs.
To view the RDAQ Affinity Alliance member directory follow this link. Fiona McTaggart leads a great team who offer RDAQ personalised members benefits. Leading providers include QANTAS Club, Virgin Lounge, BMW, business development services, retail providers and many more.
If you would like to access key decision makers and be an influential force in the future of rural medicine, RDAQ 2014 is an opportunity not to be missed.
RDAQ’s great networking program including the “RDAQ 25th year reunion": will allow you to catch up with old friends and make new contacts.
The conference will focus on celebrating the past and looking forward to the future of rural medicine. Join us for expert plenary sessions, clinical updates, education and training workshops and a medico-political debate on rural health issues. There will be a chance for additional training via pre-conference workshops.
ABN 67 726 348 256
Ph: (07) 3221 4444
Fax: (07) 3221 3748
GPO Box 2523 Brisbane Qld 4001
Level 13, 288 Edward Street, Brisbane Qld 4000