CMVH Research Seminar: Vision for Joint Health Command
You are invited to join us for the next CMVH Research Seminar. Rear Admiral Robyn Walker will present her vision for Joint Health Command moving forward.
Tuesday 20 March 2:00-3:00pm Light refreshments will be available after the seminar
Room 333, Mayne Medical School,
The University of Queensland, Herston Road, Herston
Rear Admiral Robyn Walker
Robyn Walker qualified as a medical practitioner in 1982 and worked in the public health system in Queensland, Australia until 1990. Rear Admiral Walker joined the RAN as a direct entry medical graduate in 1991 with the intent to continue her career in diving medicine.
In 2005 she took up, on promotion, the position of Director General Strategic Health Policy and Plans in the Defence Health Services Division. Commodore Walker was posted to the position of Director General Garrison Health Support within Joint Health Command in 2008 and to Director General Health Capability in 2010. Commodore Walker has also been dual hatted as the Director General Navy Health Service since 2008.
Commodore Walker was appointed as a member in the Military Division of The Order of Australia in 2010 for exceptional service as a medical officer in the ADF.
Rear Admiral Walker assumed the position of Commander Joint Health and Surgeon General Australian Defence Force in December 2011.