Hi, I’m Amanda. I’ve been in General Practice for almost 20 years and have been at Floreat Medical since 2011. After graduating from UWA, I set off interstate and overseas to gain experience and additional qualifications in the areas of Anaesthetics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Emergency and Rural Medicine. These skills have come in handy working in rural New Zealand, GP after hours at Subiaco, Murdoch emergency department and of course Floreat.
I work 4-5 days a week and am the mother of three amazing and very active boys. We all have the travel bug but our favourite holidays have been camping and 4 wheel driving with family and friends. Our love of the outdoors sees us enjoying and appreciating the wonders of nature as often as time allows.
I enjoy all that General Practice has to offer and consider it a privilege to be involved in the health care of people of all ages and all walks of life. I believe ongoing education and support of our current medical students to be very important and take the time to have students throughout the year.
I find it difficult to list my areas of special interest as I enjoy all aspects of general practice- paediatrics, woman’s health, men’s health, travel medicine, chronic disease, sports medicine, and weight management. When possible, I endeavour to incorporate preventative health strategies into each consultation. I strive to deliver the best possible comprehensive, evidence based health care for each of my patients in a friendly and professional manner. I look forward to welcoming you to Floreat Medical.