Dr Daniel Nour : Family,Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Age and Wiki Bio

Dr. Daniel Nour is a young Australian Award winner and Founder of Street Side Medics know all about his Family,Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Age and Wiki Bio

Dr Daniel Nour Wiki Bio

Wiki Bio 
Real Name Dr Daniel Nour
Date of Birth ( Birthday ) 1995 – 1996
Age ( As per 2022 ) 26 years
Birthplace New South Wales
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity Not Known
Marital Status Not Married
Spouse / Partner Not Known
Children Not Yet
Parents Name not Known
Education James Cook University
Profession Doctor, Royal North Shore Hospital
Street Side Medics
Last Update  2022

Dr. Daniel Nour has founded a Not-For-Profit organization the Street Side Medics charity in the year 2020 when he was in the final year of his JCU medical degree on a clinical elective at London’s Imperial College for improving healthcare delivery the Homeless Community of NSW. He is currently training at Royal North Shore Hospital for his Basic Physician Training (BPT) in cardiology in 2022.

Dr Daniel Nour Parents and Family

Dr Daniel Nour has not disclose any thing about his parents yet.He Completing his degree  from He did his graduate education from James Cook University. He is 26 years old as of 2022.

Dr Daniel Nour Wife , Dr Daniel Nour Married

He is Not Married yet.He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

Dr Daniel Nour Net Worth

Dr Daniel Nour has not officely disclose his Net Worth yet Currently he pratecing in Royal North Shore Hospital yet we can assume his estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.

What is Street Side Medics

Identifying a gap in the healthcare of vulnerable people in New South Wales, Dr Daniel Nour founded Street Side Medics in August 2020. It’s a not-for-profit, GP-led mobile medical service for people experiencing homelessness.

With 145 volunteers, and four clinics across New South Wales, Street Side Medics has changed the lives of more than 300 patients. It has treated many communicable and non-communicable illnesses, dealt with neglected medical needs, and detected conditions that would otherwise have gone unnoticed. This includes diabetes, thyroid disorders, hepatitis C, HIV, heart disease and cancer.

Despite working full time at Royal North Shore Hospital, Daniel has rarely missed a clinic across the four sites since Street Side Medics launched. He volunteers his afternoons to ensure the clinics are run smoothly and patients are receiving the care they deserve.With his leadership and social consciousness, Daniel is committed to making a real difference to the lives of many Australians. He’s also making significant improvements to society.

 

 

Young Australian of the Year

After winning his award, Dr Nour said people living with homelessness deserved better treatment.”As we all sit here tonight, there are over 116,000 Australians who are experiencing homelessness,” he said.”Many of these Australians face significant barriers which limits their ability to access the healthcare service that we are also lucky to have available to us.

“As a result of this, they suffer in silence. Many die of conditions which could have been treated.”The young doctor described people he had met through his clinic.
“I have seen people like 40-year-old Eddie, who’s living with maggots in his wounds. I have seen people like Neil, a 29-year-old Type One diabetic who is suffering from irreparable damage due to being unable to afford his insulin,” he said.

Dr Nour set it up on the principle espoused by the World Health Organisation: “The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition”.His aim was to give Australian people who own nothing healthcare of an “exceptional standard”.

 

 

“We are able to carry many of the burdens that homeless people experience by exploring and addressing the barriers keeping them away from healthcare services,” the organisation’s mission statement says.”Our vans are fitted with the necessary equipment to provide primary healthcare services, to the standard of a normal general practice.”

The doctors work together with other organisations helping homeless people. The GPs have treated many illnesses, both infectious ones and non-infectious. The illnesses have ranged across the gamut of the human condition, including diabetes, thyroid disorders, hepatitis C, HIV, heart disease and cancer.

They have treated people who would otherwise have gone untreated.Despite working full time at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, Dr Nour has rarely missed a street clinic across the four sites since the service was set up.

As the citation for the award spelt out: “With his leadership and social consciousness, Daniel is committed to making a real difference to the lives of many Australians.”He’s also making significant improvements to society.”

In making the award, the head of the National Australia Day Council, Danielle Roche, said: “Dr Daniel Nour and Street Side Medics work to make sure no Australian gets left behind, providing vital medical care and lifesaving treatment to those experiencing homelessness and who might otherwise fall through the cracks.”

Source By Canberratimes and Dr Daniel Nour Linked In Profile

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