Dr Muhammad Ali Shaikh moved to Australia in 2012 and started his Australian journey as student of Masters in Public Health in Sydney. He joined Bundaberg Base Hospital as a Junior House Officer (JHO) in 2013 and then worked as Principal House Officer (PHO) in Medicine.
He started working as GP in 2014. He has worked in GinGin, Boonah and Laidley.
In 2016, he also completed his MRCP(UK )from Edinbrugh, Scotland.
Recently, he finished his Fellowship in Australian Family Medicine with the Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) in 2019.
His special interests in General Practice are Skin Cancer, Chronic Health and Mental Health.
He lives with his wife and 2 kids. He loves sports, travelling, reading and playing darts.
Special interests: Skin Cancer, Chronic Health and Mental Health.