After graduating in 2010 Honours from the University of Western Australia, Sarah gained experience working for 5 years at Royal Perth and Princess Margaret hospitals. She came to Lockridge in 2017 as a registrar and continued at Lockridge after her fellowship in 2018.
She strives to provide high quality general practice management and patient-centred care. Sarah enjoys looking after patients of all ages and walks of life, with an interest in chronic disease management.
Sarah received the RACGP Registrar of the year award in 2017 for her service to her colleagues, patients and the community. She was also awarded the 2017 AMA (WA) Junior Doctor of the Year award for services to doctors’ welfare, an area she is passionate about. She continues her advocacy as Assistant Director of the Doctors’ Health Advisory Service (WA), and as a Council Member for the RACGP Board of WA. Sarah is also involved in teaching clinical skills with medical students and supervises GP registrars at Lockridge.
In her spare time, Sarah is a very messy cook, an amateur author/illustrator and enjoys reading, listening to records and long lunches with friends and family.