With a breadth of experience that spans working for Medecins sans Frontieres to attending plane crashes in the Northern Territory, Sally Warriner brings a unique set of skills and experiences to the Raindrum team. Sally gained her nursing degree at Canberra Hospital in 1972 and went on to train in accident and emergency and intensive care departments in London hospitals. Returning to Australia, Sally took a role as a Registered Nurse with the Northern Territory Health Department, with the responsibility of running a clinic on a large cattle property.
The position saw Sally attend plane crashes, road accidents and other traumatic as well as everyday medical events.
After a brief spate at Mater Private Hospital in Brisbane, Sally worked at a refugee camp in Sierra Leone for Medecins sans Frontieres as well as South Sudan and Bhutan.
Sally moved to the Northern Rivers in 2013, where she has become involved in the community through a variety of volunteering roles. She has previously worked at The Sanctuary private treatment facility in Byron Bay.