I am a General Paediatrician with an interest in child development and infant health. I have worked in various hospitals both in Australia and the Pacific.
I obtained my undergraduate Bachelor of Science and my Bachelor of Medicine degrees from the University of Queensland. I also completed the majority of my Paediatric training in Queensland at the Royal Children’s Hospital, with periods spent in Western Australia and New South Wales hospitals.
Whilst in Western Australia, I spent 6 months in a Child Development Unit and 6 months with the neurology team at The Princess Margaret Hospital. I also worked with foster children and their carers in my training, both with the Child Advocacy Service at the Royal Children’s and at the Paediatric Outpatient clinic at The Tweed Hospital.
I am a member of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
I have years of experience in running general and specialised clinics in both the public and private system. My thoughtful and personalized approach to an individual child's needs provides a commitment to the best outcome for all my patients.
I have a stong interest in infant health having worked with young children for my entire career.
My ability to communicate with and talk to children of all ages puts me in a superior position to treat difficult cases including ADHD and developmental delay.