MBBS (Hons), BSc(Med), BA, FRACGP
Area of Interest:
Care of the family, Paediatrics, Women’s health, Care of Older people, preventative medicine, Indigenous Health
Jemima has lived in the Illawarra since 2004 and has been at Bulli Medical Practice since 2008. Throughout her training she also worked in the local Emergency departments, Geriatrics ward at Bulli Hospital and the Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Centre.
Jemima completed her fellowship in 2011 and was awarded the Monty Kent Hughes and Tony Buhagiar award in 2011 for the highest marks in the National RACGP Fellowship exams. Jemima works with the RACGP writing and examining and is a keen teacher to aspiring doctors and GPs.
Jemima has an interest in cosmetic, anti-aging and medical dermatology. She is trained in dermatological laser techniques which can be used successfully to manage acne, rosacea, pigmentation, stretch marks, fine lines and wrinkles, dark tattoos and and vascular lesions.
Jemima is currently completing her certificate in Women’s health and has an interest in Antenatal care, vulval skin disorders, menopause and pelvic floor conditions. In the near future, she will be starting a monthly urogynaecological laser clinic at Southern Urology using her laser skills to manage issues such as urinary incontinence, pelvic floor and menopausal symptoms.
In her spare time, Jemima is kept busy with her three boys and also enjoys yoga and the beach lifestyle.
Jemima is available for appointments on Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays.