About me

I am a passionate and dedicated Obstetrician & Gynaecologist. I pride myself in providing you with care that is individualised to your preferences and needs.

My extensive training allows me to provide you with safe, contemporary and evidence-based care, whether it be looking after you during pregnancy, or offering the latest in ‘keyhole’ laparoscopic surgery.

I have been working in women’s health for 10 years. I studied post-graduate medical school at the Australian National University, where I was awarded a travelling scholarship to the University of Cambridge. I commenced internship and residency at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. I was selected for Obstetrics & Gynaecology training at the Royal Women’s Hospital where I trained for 5 years. This tertiary-level work provided experience in caring for women with higher-risk pregnancies. In addition, having trained in subspecialty gynaecology services such as Pelvic Pain and Pelvic Floor, I was taught techniques and skills to manage more complex gynaecological conditions. I completed my advanced training at Peninsula Health and Monash Health.

I work closely with the peak body of women’s health in Australia, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). As a RANZCOG College Training Supervisor, I am responsible for junior doctors training to be specialists in women’s health. More recently, I have been facilitator for surgical skills training at RANZCOG.

Beyond the clinic and hospital-work, I am committed to research and medical education. I have been an Examiner for Monash University and also hold an academic position as an Adjunct Lecturer. As a testament to my commitment to education, I was awarded the John Campbell Mentor of the Year Award at Monash University. My academic roles allow me to stay abreast of the latest research and treatment options. You can access my research profile at Researchgate. I have published in international journals and presented at conferences. My current research is looking at improving caesarean section techniques and minimally-invasive technology to manage post-surgical bleeding.

Outside of private practice, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two energetic young children who still enjoy keeping us up at night. When possible, I love cycling and escaping for a hike. The latest addition to our family is our gorgeous puppy, Jersey. We are proud to live and work locally in the culturally-vibrant and growing part of South East Melbourne.