Greg Millin graduated from the University of Melbourne's School of Medicine, and was working in clinical practice when he wrote the script for the 1982 film The Clinic, a set of humorous vignettes set in a venereal disease clinic. The script was nominated for best original screenplay at the 1982 AFI Awards, and Millin began to pursue a career as a full-time writer.
Given his professional background, it is unsurprising that Millin has also written for a number of medical dramas, including G.P. (1989-1990, Medivac (1996), and MDA (1996), as well as penning the script for feature filmGlass Babies (1985).
As well as working extensively as a script-writer, Millin has worked as a story editor (on G.P., Horace and Tina, Pirate Islands, Wicked Science), script consultant (on UK/South African feature film Skin, released in 2008), and script editor (on McLeod's Daughters and Legend of Enyo). He was also the co-developer of Holly's Heroes (2005).
'Enter the world of Medical Defence Australia, a medico-legal organisation that exists to defend doctors and where necessary compensate patients. All cases at MDA combine elements of law and medicine so each case is managed by a doctor and a lawyer who agree on how to proceed. It's a unique organisation that delves into morally complex and emotion filled relationships between doctors and patients.'
Source: Australian Television Information Archive (http://www.australiantelevision.net/mda/mda.html). (Sighted: 22/2/2013)