The Singapore Medical Society of Australia and New Zealand (SMSANZ) is a non-profit, student-run organisation that represents Singaporean medical students studying in Australia and New Zealand. Today, SMSANZ represents more than 1000 Singaporean medical students across 13 universities.
As the principal representative body, SMSANZ advocates for, and serves as the primary point of contact between its members and the Singapore healthcare organisations, including the Singapore Ministry of Health Holdings (MOHH), National University Health System (NUHS), National Healthcare Group (NHG) and Singapore Health Services (SingHealth).
SMSANZ also provides a close network of support, catering to the interest of its members through academic, community outreach and social networking events. Stay updated with SMSANZ through our Facebook Page, Facebook Group, Instagram Profile and Telegram Channel!
To represent and advocate for all Singaporeans who are pursuing or have completed their medical education in Australia and New Zealand.
To provide academic, community outreach and social opportunities for our members
Respect, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Leadership (RISE and Lead)
Aims & Objectives
To represent the common interests of all Singaporean medical students currently pursuing, or completed their medical education in Australia and New Zealand
To provide relevant and up-to-date information for members on training and career opportunities in Singapore
To serve as a platform for members to network with other members, alumni, and esteemed Singaporean doctors
To encourage volunteerism and provide opportunities for members to establish ties and connections with the Singaporean community back home
HISTORY OF SMSANZ
The Singapore Medical Society of Australia (SMSA) was established in 2012 by representatives from various Singapore Medical Societies across Australia, with the aim of bringing together a bona fide community of Singaporean medical students in Australia.
In 2015, SMSA was rebranded to form the Singapore Medical Society of Australia and New Zealand (SMSANZ) to reflect its inclusion of Singaporean medical students studying in New Zealand.