Dr Christine Longman
Utopia Refugee Health is a teaching practice. We take medical students and GP registrars. Utopia receive payment from the Royal Australian College of GPs to teach our registrars. Chris has volunteered to provide 90 mins of teaching per month to our registrars. She is offering this service pro bono allowing Utopia to keep the funds received for teaching and re-invest them in other registrar teaching activities. We are honoured to welcome Chris to our team.
The team at Sinclair Dermatology, provide general dermatology, telehealth, bulk-billed services to refugee and asylum seeker patients at Utopia.
For over 20 years, it has been Professor Sinclair’s vision to provide a world-class centre of excellence that offers an integrated service for dermatological patients, doctors and researchers.
Dorevitch Pathology is proud to be a partner and supporter of Utopia and be trusted with the provision of the important field of diagnostic pathology to their patients.
Utopia is a very special, innovative project that our studio has been proud to be involved in. The opportunity to work with such a committed group of stakeholders to create a purpose-designed centre for the medical needs of the refugee and asylum seeker community is unique and we are very happy to see the clinics success and ongoing contribution to the community.
It was a pleasure to work with Utopia and we appreciate being involved with the project.The transformation of the building is tangible evidence of hours of hard work and commitment to bring the project to life. Congratulations! we hope staff will working in such a beautiful space and clients will feel welcome and cared for.
We believe it is good to be involved with social enterprising projects within the building sector. We take for granted our health care system in Australia and forget that new residents arriving from other countries are not so lucky and are in need of assistance for physical and mental health issues.