Emily graduated from Monash University in 2005 with Honours in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Her training included a focus on Sports Medicine, while also competing in tennis at state level. Highlights were an elective training placement with Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre and Hawthorn Football Club, assisting VFL doctors including the grand final for Williamstown Seagulls, and Doctor’s Assistant at The Australian Open tennis. Emily was also in the 2005 Tennis Victoria State Grade Pennant and Australian University Games Premiership teams, and the Australian Green & Gold University Team for which she received a Monash University Blue Award.
Emily completed her Internship at The Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2006, then Residency at The Royal Brisbane & Women’s and The Royal Children’s Hospitals in 2007-2008. The most notable experience was in cardiology with the Queensland Heart Failure & Heart Transplant Unit. Her major focus became Emergency Medicine and volunteering with Sports Medicine Australia, to cover events such as Fun Runs and The Brisbane Metropolitan Netball Association. She also worked in Emergency at Bundaberg and Rockhampton Base Hospitals.
Emily commenced General Practice training in 2009 and spent a year at a private practice in Ballarat. She was awarded Fellowship of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011, while working in Melbourne at a private Women’s Health & Travel Medicine clinic from 2010-2013, before joining Midtown Medical Clinic.
Emily’s special interest areas include General & Preventative Medicine, Women’s Health, Travel Medicine, Nutrition & Weight Management, Sport & Exercise Medicine, Gastrointestinal, Ear Nose & Throat, Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Respiratory and Mental Health.
Emily is currently available for consultation each Wednesday and Thursday.