Born in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Imigrated to Australia in 1974. Completed his schooling in Adelaide, South Australia. Completed his medical degree at the University of Adelaide, graduating in 1992. Spent 3 years as an intern and general RMO at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, Adelaide. Was a basic physician trainee at the Townsvile General Hospital, Townsville and Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, both in Queensland. Completed exam requirements for the RACP in 1999. Was an advanced physician trainee in geriatric medicine at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital, both in Brisbane; and at the University Hopspital of Wales and Llandough Hospital, both in Cardiff. Commenced work as a full time staff specialist consultant geriatrician at the Repatriation General Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre in 2003, where he still practices today. Appointed as a lecturer at Flinders University in 2004.
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