Poor health forces ‘tenacious’ RNZCGP president Tim Malloy to step down


Poor health forces ‘tenacious’ RNZCGP president Tim Malloy to step down

Nancy and Tim Malloy and Peter Fleischl RNZCGP Fellowship Ceremony 2018
Nancy and Tim Malloy with college’s censor in chief Peter Fleischl at the RNZCGP Fellowship Ceremony 2018
RNZCGP president Tim Malloy has resigned.  The Wellsford-based GP, who has held the presidency since 2012, has stepped down bec


Thank you Tim for all the hard work you have put in and the dedication you have shown in the past. It may not always seem it is appreciated but it is. Whoever takes your place will have really big shoes to fill. Kia Kaha.

A real shame health issues have led Tim to stand down.


Sometimes we hear of members criticizing GP leadership, particularly on this site.

I can tell you, as someone who has seen it, Tim is a tireless champion for general practice, including the disparities of funding and equity issues for the population. It so much easier to shout from the sidelines rather than to step up and lead, which is what he has done. He wi;ll not be easily replaced.


Go well Tim, its a pleasure working with you. Stop, rest, smell the roses.


You've worked so hard for so long - I wish you well

Thank you for all you have done




Thank you Tim for all your tireless work and dedication. 

I remember training under Phillip Barbour, yourself and team at Wellsford as a rural GP trainee in 2005 - you have all taught me so much.

Your dedication and contribution to the rural community over the years is one of tireless service and sacrifice. Wishing you all the best and also in writing the book about life as a rural GP - would definitely be an inspirational read!

A great leader of New Zealand general practice, who has left a wonderful legacy for both Urban and rural general practice. With best wishes, Jonathan

Absolute legend!  It was a pleasure to watch you help lead so much positive change in the sector over the past 20+ years Tim. Time to look after #1 now.  Best wishes, Liane.

Kia kaha Tim

Your commitment to the College and to the wider General Practice sector has been immense.

It has been a pleasure working with you.