Works on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

I studied here in Melbourne and complemented my university education with some time at the Melbourne Uni Hockey Club and Newman College. I became a doctor in 1995 training initially at St Vincent’s Hospital. In the following years I enjoyed a 6 month stint at The Royal Women’s hospital completing a diploma of obstetrics and gynaecology, before working in the Royal Children’s Hospital emergency department and later as a palliative care registrar at Peter MacCallum. All have added enormously to my career as a GP. I feel my strengths in medicine come from being a communicator and problem solver. It is one of the most rewarding things about life as a GP is now knowing many of my patients over many years. I am currently working part time as I have 3 teenage children.