About Me

I was born in Durban, South Africa, were I spent the first 18 years of my life before following in the my fathers footsteps and studying medicine in Bratislava, Slovakia.  

I graduated in 2001 and moved to England to continue my career in hospital medicine. Having completed 3 years of hospital rotations in Telford and Poole Hospitals I pursued a career in General Practice. 

I spent my first year under the guidance of a mentor in Poole, before working independently as a Locum GP covering the South Coast of England, which I continued for 12 months. 

In 2009 I took the opportunity to relocate to Australia and practiced as a GP in the Redcliffe and North Lakes areas of Queensland for nearly 3 years. 

Following my further relocation to the Sunshine Coast in March 2011, and am looking forward to meeting new patients and making the most of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle.

Medical Experience

March 2015 to Present - Coastal Womens Health Clinic, Cotton Tree, AUS; Currently working as a General Practitioner working as a specialist in womens health in medzhub, on a part-time basis.

March 2012 to Present - Nambour Clinic Family Medicine, Nambour, AUS; Currently working as a General Practitioner in the town of Nambour, on a part-time basis.

January 2012 to Present - Palmwoods Clinic Family Medicine, Palmwoods, AUS; Currently working as a General Practitioner in the small town of Palmwoods, on a part-time basis.

September 2011 to March 2012 - Flinders Medical Centre, Montville, AUS; Working as a General Practitioner in the picturesque town of Montville, on a part-time basis, working each Monday and Tuesday.

March 2010 to December 2011 - Health First Medical Centre, North Lakes, AUS; Working as a General Practitioner in this mixed billing practice, serving the local community with quality medical services.

March 2009 to March 2010 - Redcliffe Superclinic, Clontarf, AUS; Working at a bulk billing practice with high turnover of patients, this opportunity gave me a quick introduction to the field of General Practice in Australia and the expectations of the Australian public.

March 2008 to March 2009 - GP Locum positions around the South Coast of England, UK; This gave me a great depth of experience of different practices and diversity of patient bases within general practice.

March 2007 to March 2008 - GP Registrar - Adam Practice, Poole, UK; This was my training year in which new GP's get the assistance of a mentor for support during consultations and help with running an efficient general practice. This was also the year I undertook my MRCGP exams to qualify as a General Practitioner.

February 2004 to February 2007, UK; Hospital rotations at Princess Royal Hospital, Telford and Poole Hospital, Dorset, UK - Working in a variety of departments including, general medicine, respiratory medicine, surgery, elderly care, oncology, palliative care and accident and emergency.

Medical Qualifications

June 2009; Certificate in Primary Skin Care Medicine - University of Queensland (AUS)

January 2009; Subdermal Contraceptive Implant Techniques (Insertion and Removal of Implanons) (UK)

December 2008; FRACGP - Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (AUS)

August 2008; DFFP - Diploma in the Faculty of Family Planning - Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (UK)

March 2008; MRCGP - Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK)

April 2004; ALS - Advance Life Support (UK)

April 2003; PLAB II - General Medical Council (UK)

November 2002; PLAB I - General Medical Council (UK)

June 2001; MUDr - Doctor of Medicine - Comenius University (Slovakia)


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