Photo: Mangatjay McGregor is working as a doctor at the Royal Darwin Hospital. (ABC News: Emily Smith) Mangatjay McGregor is starring in an extraordinary scene on the fifth floor of the Royal Darwin Hospital. Mangatjay McGregor graduated with a degree in clinical science and a doctor of medicine in December It’s believed he is the first Yolngu person, from north-east Arnhem land, to become a medical doctor He hopes to specialise in paediatrics and child psychiatry in the future The first-year doctor is talking to the family of eight-year-old patient Tyson Pascoe, who lies in bed grinning, hoodie up and eating a biscuit. The setting would be routine, particularly in a hospital, if not for one defining element: all are speaking Yolngu-Matha, the major dialect used among Yolngu people from north-east Arnhem land. Seven months ago, Dr McGregor swapped his scrubs and stethoscope for graduation robes and a mortarboard, […]