Queen's Birthday 14th June 2021
The RAAMC and HSC Association Incorporated Congratulates all recipients in this year's (2021) Queen's Birthday Honour's List.
With Special Congratulations to our own members and Health Service members:
Lieutenant Colonel Peta MANTEL
For exceptional service to the Australian Defence Force in the fields of medical intelligence, health leadership, and epidemiology and disease surveillance.
Lieutenant Colonel Mantel is a professional of exceptional skill who made superb contributions in medical intelligence, health leadership, and pandemic preparedness. Her internationally recognised work in epidemiology supported Australia's whole of Government and Five Eyes' efforts in managing the Ebola and Zika virus outbreaks; whilst her sage advice on mitigation strategies for the coronavirus pandemic to Australia's Chief Medical Officer and the Health Protection Principal Committee shaped national policy in a number of key areas such as border controls and travel bubbles.
Mr David Joseph CZERKIES, Pemulwuy NSW 2145
For service to the community through St John Ambulance.
St John Ambulance Australia (NSW)
Staff Officer, current.
Training Development Officer, 2013-2015.
Contingent Commander, Flood Relief, Queensland, (1 month), 2011.
Emergency Management Officer, 2011-2015.
Staff Officer, Education, 2008-2011.
Divisional Officer In Charge, Parramatta Division, 1984.
Adult Service, 1973-1976.
Medical Technician, Australian Army, 1976-2002.
President, New South Wales Branch, Royal Australian Army Medical Corps and
Health Service Corps Association, since 2016.
Awards and recognition includes:
Commander, Order of St John of Jerusalem, 2019.
Service Medal, St John Ambulance Australia, (4 clasps).
Warrant Officer Class One Virginia Lee Ann MORRIS
For meritorious performance of duty as the Regimental Sergeant Major of 2nd General Health Battalion and 7th Combat Service Support Battalion.
Colonel Susan Kaye WINTER CSC
For meritorious service as a specialist anaesthetist and intensivist on multiple overseas deployments and specialist medical advisor to the 2nd General Health Battalion, 3rd Health Support Battalion and Army Health Services.
Through her sustained meritorious service, Colonel Winter has enhanced the quality of medical care provided to patients in deployed Australian and coalition health facilities. She has personally saved the lives of critically ill Australian and coalition service members and will continue to do so by inspiring, teaching and mentoring Defence clinicians. Colonel Winter has substantially advanced the proficiency and readiness of individual Army clinicians and Army's deployable health facilities through her expert input to clinical capability, governance and future health planning activities.
Lieutenant Colonel Stuart James BALDWINSON
For outstanding devotion to duty as the Commanding Officer/Chief Instructor of the Army School of Health.
Lieutenant Colonel Baldwinson's commitment, innovation and initiative underpinned the transformation and modernisation of health training at the Army School of Health. His outstanding leadership and foresight to innovate health training ensured the Australian Defence Force was well positioned to provide medical and health support to the Government's COVID-19 response.
Lieutenant Colonel Gregory Richard Brown NSC
For outstanding achievement as the Officer-In-Charge of the Health Certification Team of the 3rd Health Support Battalion.
Lieutenant Colonel Brown has displayed outstanding devotion to duty by expanding the health certification capability of this unit to enable the certification of the 1st Close Health Battalion and all three of the Australian Defence Forces deployable hospitals in 2019. His conspicuous achievements over years of devoted service have directly enhanced the Army's deployable health capability and are testament to his outstanding professionalism, clinical acumen and leadership.
Mr Peter James CRIBBS, Shell Cove NSW 2529
Mr Peter Cribbs joined NSW Ambulance in 1981 and qualified as a member of the Special Casualty Access Team (SCAT).
He was one of two first NSW Ambulance paramedic responders to the first Bali bombing. He worked with a doctor to retrieve 25 injured persons and accompanied them on a Qantas repatriation flight to Australia, triaging and treating patients mid-air for the entire flight.
He was the primary responder to other emergencies including the Lake Cargelligo water tower collapse, the Jamberoo bus crash, the Brooklyn rail disaster, the 1993 Linden bus accident, the 1997 Thredbo landslide, and the 2006 Indonesian earthquake disaster. He was the only paramedic member of the Australian Medical Team responding to the Yogjakarta region, working under the umbrella of an active volcano with many aftershocks following the initial earthquake.
He was also a SCAT team leader for the Special Operations Team during the Victorian Bushfires 2009, and again at the Christchurch earthquake in 2011, both searching for, and treating, survivors.
He was key to introducing the MIST reporting system and Code 3 (doctor/team to meet the ambulance on arrival at hospital) by introducing ambulance radios to emergency departments and writing the definition of a Code 3 and MIST for NSW Ambulance and hospital emergency departments. He also initiated and evaluated the stretcher policy trialled at Liverpool Hospital which lead to the introduction of the Ambulance Release Teams, and he designed and wrote the first electronic rosters for NSW Ambulance.
Mr Cribbs has provided dedicated and committed service to NSW Ambulance, and to the wider community, throughout his more than 40 year career.
COMMENDATION FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Lieutenant Colonel Anna Reinhardt, Commanding Officer 2nd General Health Battalion, has been awarded the Commendation for Distinguished Service for her dedication and professionalism during work in warlike operations during Operation HIGHROAD.
Australia Day 2021
The RAAMC and HSC Association Incorporated Congratulates all recipients in this year's (2021) Australia Day Honour's List.
With a special Congratulations to Lt COL Sara Jayne Molloy
CONSPICUOUS SERVICE MEDAL (CSM)
LIEUTENANT COLONEL SARA JAYNE MOLLOY
Lieutenant Colonel Molloy made an outstanding contribution in the development and execution of Human Performance Program for both North Queensland and the Australian Army. Her outstanding leadership, interpersonal skill and expertise provided a holistic approach to improving cognitive and physical performance while reducing physical injuries and increasing resilience. The positive long-term effects on soldiers and their physical and mental well-being will be an exceptional force multiplier for Army in the coming years.
Queen's Birthday Honour's List June 2020
The RAAMC and HSC Association Incorporated Congratulates all recipients in this year's (2020) Queen's Birthday Honour's List.
Colonel Steven Raymond GAUNT
For exceptional service as Commanding Officer of the 13th Combat Service Support Battalion, Senior Medical Officer, and Deputy Commander of the 13th Brigade
Brigadier Isaac Alexander Gregory SEIDL
For exceptional service to the Australian Defence Force in health executive leadership.
Dr Laurie Scott WARFE
Woorarra West VIC 3960
For service to medicine, and to the community.
Warrant Officer Class One Michael Stephen CLARKE
For meritorious performance of duty as a Regimental Sergeant Major in the Australian Army.
Australia Day 2020
The RAAMC and HSC Association Incorporated Congratulates all recipients in this year's (2020) Australia Day Honour's List.
The RAAMC Association Congratulates all recipients in this year's (2019) Queen's Birthday Honours List.
With a special Congratulations going out to BRIG Michael Charles Reade
For exceptional performance of duty as the Director of Clinical Services of the 2nd General Health Battalion and Professor for Military Medicine and Surgery.
The RAAMC Association congratulates all recipients in this year's 2019 Ausrtralia Day Honours List.
With a special Congratulations going to a couple of our own people.
Colonel Andrew Michael WILLIAMS
For exceptional service as the Senior Health Officer Special Operations Command, Director Future Health Capability, Commanding Officer 2nd General Health Battalion and Director Army Health.
Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC)
Victoria Anne Caton
For outstanding devotion to duty in the field of Defence nursing and personnel support.
Louise Ann Martin
For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of the 2nd General Health Battalion.
The RAAMC Association congratulates all recipients in this year's 2018 Ausrtralia Day Honours List.
With a special Congratulations going to a few of our own people.
Companion (AC) in the General Division
MAJGEN Jeffery Rosenfeld AM OBE
Medal (OAM) of the Order Of Australia
Major John Wilsen
WO1 Kym Felingham NSC
Mr Terence Irvine
Mr Theo Dechaufepie
Congratulations one and all