|20 Mar 2023|
"I have had so many fantastic opportunities thus far in my life, and a lot of them have been directly and indirectly facilitated through my Loreto education. I have developed so many skills, and exhibit many qualities that were taught to me throughout my time at Loreto... I don't think I would be so fortunate if it wasn't for my Loreto education."
Sarah Palmer ('15) is a fourth-generation Loreto girl who arrived as a boarder from Dubbo in Year 7. Sarah is currently studying Medicine at the University of New South Wales through the rural clinical school in Port Macquarie, which is her second degree after completing a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2019. Sarah is working as a registered Physiotherapist at John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, and Port Macquarie Base Hospital while studying.
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