Thitchener, Lindsay

Lindsay Thitchener

Sonic Education Senior Officer, Sonic Catalyst Program Manager, Corporate Liaison Manager; Accredited Education Assessment Representative, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Lindsay Thitchener completed his pathology training at the Institute of Technology in Sydney while working as a trainee at the Royal Hospital for Women and, later, at Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick. He joined Douglass Laboratories in 1982, initially in a business development role, and has remained with this practice through its evolution into Sonic Healthcare over the past 40 years. During his time at Sonic, he has worked in the laboratory, both on the bench and as a supervisor, as a regional manager and as the Business Development Manager for Douglass Hanly Moir Laboratories (a division of Sonic Healthcare). He spent eight months’ leave-without-pay working in Nicaragua, Central America, in 1988. During this time, he helped to establish a small laboratory and clinic for women and children in Managua, called ‘Ixchen’.

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