Dr Sue Boucher
After graduating from South Australia’s Flinders University in 1987, Sue completed her internship and residency at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide. She then served 5 years with the Royal Australian Airforce; performing Aviation and Occupational Medicine, International Aeromedical Evacuation and General Practice Medicine Services.
Sue enjoys the breadth and complexity of general practice, treating and assisting patients in the management of illness and maintenance of good health. Her professional interests include Women’s Health, Sexual Health, Mental Illness, Breastfeeding, Travel Medicine as well as General Medical and Surgical.
Sue collaborates with Medical and Surgical Specialists, Allied Health Professionals and GP colleagues to develop electronically published maps of “best practice” disease management. (She regularly participates in consultative forums). Sue is also active in developing professional education and update programs to her colleagues.
She was a member of the Frankston Mornington Peninsula Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative which received Australia New Zealand Mental Health Service Gold Achievement Award in 2012.
Sue consults on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and is happy to assist patients understand their health and illness and how to best manage these in a connected/holistic manner.