Dr Roger Sexton has trained and worked as a rural procedural GP across South Australia for many years.
He helped establish the SA rural doctors’ health program in 2000 and is the inaugural Medical Director of the SA doctors’ health program (from 2010) and the NT program since 2016.
This program has become nationally recognised for its work in doctors’ health education and innovative clinical service delivery, especially for rural doctors.
He has broad system experience through his roles as Presiding Member of the Medical Board of SA, member of the PBAC and board director of NPS MedicineWise.He currently sits on the boards of MIGA (as Deputy Chair), Doctors Health Services P/L, GPEx (SA’s GP training organisation) and the Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network.
He completed his MBA in Glasgow in 2015 and enjoys rural farming, walking and music.