Sarah is GP based in Geelong, and Senior Lecturer in Academic General Practice at Deakin University. She is currently also serving as a Councillor at the City of Greater Geelong.
She graduated from medicine at The University of Melbourne in 2007. In 2012 she received a Ray and Edith Bennett Travelling Scholarship from the University of Melbourne to undertake a Masters of Science in Health Policy, Planning and Financing at the London School of Economic and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015. She has a keen interest in health financing, equitable access to health care, public policy, and the social determinants of health.
Senior lecturer, Deakin University
Councillor, City of Greater Geelong
General Practitioner, Barwon Health Staffcare
General Practitioner, The Living Room
Editor, Australian Family Physician
General Practitioner, Point Lonsdale Medical Group
The Australian Institute of Company Directors, Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
The University of Melbourne, Fellow of the Pathway to Politics for Women Program
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
University of Sydney, Diploma of Child Health
London School of Economics/London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Master of Science Health Policy, Planning and Financing
The University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Medical Science
The University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Hons)
Australian Health Review, HealthPathways improving access to care
Australian Family Physician, Editorial: Adolescents with chronic disease
Australian Family Physician, Editorial: What is ‘normal’ in general practice?
Australian Health Review, On the right path? Exploring the experiences and opinions of clinicians involved in developing and implementing HealthPathways Barwon
Australian Health Review, Generic drug prices and policy in Australia: room for improvement? a comparative analysis with England.
Australian Family Physician, Patients and technology: improving access to healthcare
The Medical Journal of Australia, A Guide to Working Abroad for Australian Medical Students and Junior Doctors
The Lancet, Social Networking and Health
The Medical Journal of Australia, Social media and the medical profession