MBBS PhD FRACGP
Working Days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday
Dr Kate Robins-Browne holds a medical degree from the University of Melbourne. She pursued general practice because she is interested in building relationships with people over time and seeing how their story unfolds.
She enjoys the diversity of general practice, but is particularly interested in adolescent health, women and children’s health, sexual health and mental health. Kate enjoys working with people to help them define and fulfil their healthcare goals. She can support and guide people who wish to engage in lifestyle change and encourages these steps, along with medical management. She is trained in minor procedures including Implanon insertion and removal, and iron infusions.
In addition, to her fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Kate holds a PhD from the University of Melbourne Department of General Practice. Her research explored ethical aspects of advance care planning and she is can support people who wish to consider and complete these plans. Kate continues to engage in research in clinical ethics.