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A/Prof Gino Pecoraro (OAM) MBBS, FRANZCOG, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

A/Prof Gino Pecoraro (OAM) MBBS, FRANZCOG, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

A/Prof Gino Pecoraro (OAM) MBBS, FRANZCOG, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist is a nationally recognised, Brisbane based senior obstetrician and gynaecologist working out of the Wesley Private Hospital.

He is the current president of the National Association of Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologist, former President of the Queensland AMA and immediate past chairman of the federal AMA board.

He has held executive positions on the Council and Board of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists where he remains active in helping to teach the next generation of women's health specialist.

Gino is the patron and advisor for the South Brisbane branch of the Multiple Birth Association, Ambassador and Gynaecology advisor for the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation as well as a member of the Clinical Oversight Advisory Committee for Hummingbird House (Queensland's only Children's Hospice) he continues to play an active role in.

He enjoys helping women with complex medical needs, achieve their dream of having a baby an has particular interests in pregnancy complicated by autoimmune disease and thrombophilia as well as endometriosis and menopause.

He maintains a keen interest in medical journalism having written and presented extensively on television, radio, newspapers and blog sites. He continues to national health policy and has been involved on a number of government health policy committees.

When not working, Gino spends time with his wife and four children and has a fondness for fresh seafood and dry white wine.



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