Paul Kamler

Clinical nurse consultant - health informatics (Territory Kidney Care project)


Graduate Diploma E-Health (Health Informatics), University of Tasmania, 2017; Registered Midwife, Rockhampton Base Hospital, 1996; Registered Nurse, Rockhampton Base Hospital, 1992; Registered Psychiatric Nurse, Baillie Henderson Hospital, 1988


Darwin - Royal Darwin Hospital campus

Paul is a registered nurse and midwife with experience in both the primary and tertiary health care sectors as well as the eHealth arena.

He has worked as a primary health care manager in an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service as well as gaining valuable experience working within Renal Services (Ward 7A) at the Royal Darwin Hospital. His hands-on clinical experience has been translated more recently into the role of eHealth business analyst where he managed various primary health care and renal portfolios for the Primary Care Information System (PCIS) and East Arnhem Communicare System (EACS).

His current role as clinical nurse consultant (health informatics) within the Territory Kidney Care (TKC) team, enables him to contribute to the operational and developmental aspects of this new system to support both renal and primary care providers.

Research Themes
  1. Territory Q | NT Digital Excellence Awards

    Territory Q | NT Digital Excellence Awards


    Community Benefit Award in partnership with DXC Technology - Menzies Territory Kidney Care

  2. Territory Kidney Care: integrated chronic disease support in the NT

    Territory Kidney Care: integrated chronic disease support in the NT


    TKC represents a collaboration between Menzies School of Health Research, NT Health and the Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory (AMSANT).