Celebrate the very best in the health industry
Join us at the Health Professional of the Year Awards 2023 on Saturday 2 Sep 2023 at Pee Wee’s at the Point on Alec Fong Lim Drive, East Point NT 0820. This is an in-person event where we celebrate the achievements of outstanding health professionals who have made significant contributions to the industry.
Our awards ceremony recognises exceptional individuals who have demonstrated excellence in their field, including doctors, nurses, therapists, and other healthcare professionals. We celebrate their hard work, dedication, and commitment to providing quality care to patients.
Join us for a night of celebration, networking, and entertainment as we honour the best in the healthcare industry. This is a great opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals and learn from the best in the field.
Don’t miss out on this incredible event that celebrates the achievements of our healthcare heroes.
Book your tickets now and be a part of the Health Professional of the Year Awards 2023!
- GP of the Year
- Aboriginal Health Worker of the Year
- Nurse of the Year
- Allied Health Professional of the Year
- Primary Health Care Service of the Year
- Primary Health Care Support Person of the Year
- Primary Health Care Team of the Year
Saturday 2 September 2023
Pee Wee’s at the Point
Alec Fong Lim Drive
East Point NT 0820
$65 (excluding EventBrite fee)
The full criteria for the awards can be found in our FAQs.
The 2022 winners of the NT PHN Health Professional of the Year Awards
2023 is a bit different
The Administrator’s Medal is a special recognition within the Health Professional of the Year Awards, honouring exceptional individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, dedication, and contribution to the field of health care in the Northern Territory. This prestigious medal is awarded by the Administrator of the Northern Territory.
In previous years, the Administrators Medal has been presented to individual health professionals. However, this year, there is an exciting change in the award format. The Administrator’s Medal will be awarded to the overall Health Professional or Health Professionals of the Year. This means that the finalists from our individuals or a group of health professionals will be eligible for this esteemed recognition.
The introduction of the Administrator’s Medal for the overall Health Professional(s) of the Year emphasises the significance of collaborative efforts and acknowledges the collective impact of exceptional health professionals in enhancing primary health care in the Northern Territory.
Compass Conference will return in 2024
Based on feedback from event attendees NT PHN has made the decision to host COMPASS as a biennial event (every 2 years).