Dr Ali Gilani was born in Pakistan, and travelled around the world while growing up, including growing up in the United States, and Zimbabwe. After migrating to Australia, he lived in Rural Queensland (Mount Isa) attending high school there, and really loved the close knit community and values found in a rural setting.
Ali then attended the University of Queensland, completing an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences, and then attended the University of Queensland Medical School, graduating end of 2016.
Since then he has worked at the Princess Alexandra hospital, Queen Elizabeth hospital, and for the last 2 years he has been working in Logan Hospital. Whilst at Logan, he has completed many core and useful rotations, including Emergency Medicine, General Medicine, Respiratory, Gastroenterology, Cardiology as well as working in Specialist Integrated ENT service clinic at Logan.
He is completing Diploma in Children’s Health, via the University of Sydney (SCHP).
He holds strongly to Australian values, as well as his cultural background and religious values.
Special interests: ENT, Paediatrics, Chronic Disease Management and Women’s Health