One of our excellent doctors, Hal Rice, has been named Gold Coast Australian of the Year from a very prestigious panel of finalists.
Hal is an incredible doctor, with achievements as a neurointerventionalist in the public and private systems. He is one of Qscan Queensland’s founding partners and established the renowned Neurointerventional Department at the Gold Coast Hospital.
He has been previously recognised by the City of Gold Coast for his work in promoting the city as an internationally acclaimed centre for innovations in stroke diagnosis, treatment, and research. His continued efforts to bring international medical conferences to the Gold Coast support the community at large and allow the city to uphold its credentials as a centre of medical excellence.
This award is a wonderful recognition of Hal’s contribution to neuroradiology, excellence in patient care, and his pivotal role in establishing the Gold Coast as a premier site for the endovascular treatment of life-threatening brain aneurysms and acute ischaemic stroke.
You can hear Hal speak at the awards night here.
Congratulations Hal, a wonderful recognition of your contribution to Neuroradiology, excellence in patient care and establishing your city as a premier site for endovascular treatment of life-threatening brain aneurysms and acute ischaemic stroke.