Improving patients' livelihoods

Having a positive influence on the health of others and to significantly improve their quality of life is the ambition of Adam in his career as a medical practitioner.

I believe that treating the patient, rather than the disease, is the epitome of quality health care. Notre Dame has taught me key skills in patient-centred care.

"These skills will assist me to realise my aspiration to contribute to positive health outcomes in my future patients," says Notre Dame Medicine graduate, Adam Trytell.

Adam received the Dux of the School of Medicine during his time studying a Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery at the Fremantle Campus, was the Vice President of the Medical Students Association of Notre Dame (MSAND) and recieved an Australian Medical Association (AMA) WA Award.

Adam is currently working as a Medical Resident at St. Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne.

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