Dr. Robert Roche joins Bundilla Clinic

Dr. Robert Roche joins Bundilla Clinic from Bundilla Clinic

By: Bundilla Clinic  29-Nov-2012
Keywords: General Practitioners, Medical Doctor, Doctor Mooloolaba

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Robert Roche is joining us on December 17th, 2012. After 12 years at Mountain Creek Medical Centre he looks forward to continuing care for his existing patients as well as building rappoire with new patients at Bundilla Clinic. Robert Roche graduated from Sydney University and then worked in several major teaching hospitals in New South Wales as part of his training for Rural General Practice before going overseas to England to obtain further training and experience in Obstetrics and Anaesthetics. He then returned to Sydney to do further training in Paediatrics before taking up Rural General practice, initially in West Wyalong before moving to Wagga Wagga where he worked for 8 years as a G.P., while also caring for medical patients and obstetric patients in the two local hospitals. During this time he became interested in Occupational Health, especially the welfare of Commercial Drivers and was involved in the Healthy Eating Program for long distance Truck Drivers In 2000 he and his family moved to Buderim, where he has been working as a G.P. in the local area since. During this time he also worked after hours at both Sunshine Coast Private Hospital and Caloundra Private Hospital. He enjoys the diversity of General Practice and has special interests in Antenatal care, Paediatrics, Palliative Care, Aged care and Industrial Medicine, being a Designated Doctor for Hazardous Substances in the Workplace. He has continued his interest in Commercial Driver’s Health and Men’s Health in general. He also provides medical care for 4 local nursing home residents. Besides his family, his interests include Scuba Diving, Wakeboarding, kayaking , body surfing, tennis, soccer and travel .

Keywords: Doctor Mooloolaba, General Practitioners, Medical Doctor,

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