What we do
Your exam success is our goal
Helping you achieve Fellowship exam success
We partner with GP registrars and International Migrant Graduates to help them achieve GP Fellowship exam success. Our extensive knowledge and detailed understanding of the AMC, ACRRM and RACGP exams comes from many years of experience supporting GP fellowship exam candidates. With our experienced team of Medical Educators, you get the professional practice and exam preparation you need to achieve your Fellowship goals.
Participants in our exam preparation courses receive:
- Access to high-quality, up to date, online self-directed learning and question banks;
- Clear progress tracking and peer to peer comparison;
- Meaningful feedback to guide reflection and build learning for success;
- Performance coaching to deal with time management; anxiety and other factors impacting exam preparation;
- Medical Education group and one-on-one sessions to maximise your score and give you the confidence you need to pass your exams.
ModMed is proud to have supported thousands of doctors on their fellowship journey over the past 20 years. Your exam success is our goal!
Dr Sarah Parker
Lead Medical Educator – Professional Development Programs
Dr Sarah Parker attended the University of Tasmania and graduated with First Class Honours in a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2006. She became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011, and was awarded the Monty Kent Hughes Memorial Award for the Highest Score in Australia in the clinical component of her general practice exams.
Dr Parker has worked in a variety of practices in metropolitan and rural areas, and has a special interest in paediatrics, preventative medicine and women’s health. She currently works at a clinic in the Adelaide Hills and is one of the founding GP partners of the Better Medical Group.
Dr Marny Royans
Dr Marny Royans graduated from the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Adelaide in 2010.
She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Dr Royans has a special interest in geriatric medicine and palliative care, and currently works at a clinic in the Adelaide Hills.
Dr Maya Luks
Dr Maya Luks obtained her Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Adelaide in 2014, and subsequently became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019. In 2018, she won the RACGP David Game Prize, which is awarded to the GP candidate in the SA&NT faculty who achieved the highest combined score across all three Fellowship examinations.
Dr Luks has a special interest in disability medicine, and enjoys providing holistic and team-based care to people with a disability and combining her knowledge of medicine with a flexible approach to thinking and problem solving. She currently works at a disability medicine clinic in Adelaide.
Dr Katrina Couchman
Dr Katrina Couchman worked as an Occupational Therapist in rural Queensland prior to completing her postgraduate medical degree at Flinders University. She graduated with honours in 2008 and obtained her RACGP Fellowship in 2017.
Dr Couchman won the RACGP David Game Prize in 2016, which is awarded to the GP candidate in the SA&NT faculty who achieved the highest combined score across all three Fellowship examinations. Dr Couchman holds postgraduate qualifications in child health and tropical medicine, and has a special interest in women’s health and rural health. She also works as a GP Clinical Editor with HealthPathways SA.
Dr Sonya Vandergoot
Dr Sonya Vandergoot is a registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with the endorsed specialisation of Organisational Psychology. She completed her PhD with the School of Psychology, University of Adelaide, in 2019. Sonya has worked in varied organisations including the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Glenside Hospital, Lyell McEwin Hospital, DCSI, and the University of Adelaide.
Dr Vandergoot has a special interest in factors affecting the transfer of learning from training to the workplace, including study techniques and memory techniques. Her primarily role with ModMed is assisting registrars and international medical graduates to improve their fellowship exam preparation through using more effective techniques and strategies.