Dr Chiara Curnow
I completed my medical degree at Notre Dame Fremantle then undertook a variety of medical training in Sydney from 2011 until early 2019.
My initial hospital years were spent at Blacktown Hospital then mainly at Royal North Shore Hospital where I focused mainly on emergency medicine and palliative care training.
Throughout this time I did some clinical teaching to junior medical students which I thoroughly enjoyed.
The years spent in hospital training enable me to acquire a broad range of clinical skills over both general and paediatric medicine.
Acquiring my fellowship of general practice, involved rotating through a variety of practices in inner and outer Sydney caring for patients from all walks of life.
I undertook extended skill training in palliative medicine in Neringah and Greenwich Hospitals at this time.
I returned to my home town of Perth in 2019 to be closer to my family and friends and for my boys to be able to grown up close to their grandparents, 3 aunties and 3 uncles and their cousins.
Outside of work, I love being active outdoors with my two boys and little girl, especially at the beach.
I am also passionate about getting involved in community events and love a social outing with family and friends!