MB BS, FRACP
AMA(SA) Craft Group Representative for Physicians
Andrew is a 30-year veteran of the public health system in South Australia.
After graduating from the University of Adelaide and completing an internship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), he started basic physician traineeship at TQEH. After research and advanced training at FMC, he worked at Repatriation General Hospital (RGH) in cardiology and general medicine, at FMC and is now at Noarlunga Health Services.
He is an RACP Fellow and has been a member of the RACP state committee in South Australia for several years in various roles. Andrew has found the supervision of trainees from residency to consultant practice to be a particularly rewarding part of his work, as are the relationships he has formed with both patients and colleagues of all crafts for complex chronic disease management.
Andrew has been a member of the AMA(SA) throughout his career, and believes the AMA is best positioned to influence the delivery of patient care and express the expertise of doctors at both a state and federal level.