Dr Catrina Lee is a local girl, born and bred in Brissie. She is a medical graduate of Griffith University (BSc UQ and MBBS Griffith).
She has worked in many hospitals in Queensland, including the Royal Brisbane and Women Hospital, Nambour Hospital, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Ipswich Hospital and she has also worked in New Zealand. She has trained, in a rich variety of medical specialties.
Her wealth of medical experience includes General Medicine, Intensive Care Unit medicine (specialty dealing with very sick patients), Anaesthetics, Emergency Medicine, Paediatrics (speciality dealing with children) and she has also worked as a Pathology training registrar, before becoming a general practitioner (GP).
Dr Catrina Lee especially enjoys working with kids and she has been awarded a Diploma in Child Health (DCH).
In her spare time, she enjoys her down time with family and friends and exploring the outdoors, such as hiking, scuba, and snowboarding.
Special interests: Children’s Health, Women’s Health and Chronic Diseases Management.