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 MBChB Otago NZ 1990, FRACGP 1998, DRANZCOG 1999

Hamish Meldrum lives with his wife and two children in Bondi. He came to Sydney from New Zealand back in 1995 for six months and hasn’t left. He did a bit of HIV medicine before heading out to Dubbo and then to Bourke as a rural GP. He was involved in Aboriginal health and worked as a GP obstetrician.

Hamish is the current president of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine. He has also had a hand in starting a few medical centres, mainly in rural and remote areas, and is still involved in the management of the clinical governance of these centres. He is only available on Mondays and  Fridays.

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