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Dr Amelia Stephens, General Practitioner

Dr Amelia Stephens of Clayfield Medical Centre“I chose to become a General Practitioner because I love every facet of medicine, and being a GP means I get to embrace and incorporate this into my daily work.”

For Dr Amelia, the most fulfilling aspect of working in general practice is being able to support the lives of so many others on a daily basis.

Education and Professional Development

Dr Amelia earned the following degrees from the University of Queensland:

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) – Majors in Biomedical Science and Physiology (2007)
  • Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery (MBBS) (2011)

Dr Amelia obtained Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practioners (FRACGP) in 2016.  To stay abreast of the latest in the field of medicine, Dr Amelia enjoys attending and presenting at conferences and educational events for GPs. In 2018 she was selected to complete the RACGP Future Leaders development course. “I’m looking forward to it as strong leadership is something I am passionate about and committed to within medicine.”

Keeping Active Professionally

In addition to working at Clayfield Medical Centre, Dr Amelia serves as an academic at the University of Queensland and teaches future doctors all about the joys of General Practice and medicine. She also finds it gratifying to be involved in research projects.

In 2018 Dr Amelia was nominated to be the Deputy Chair of the RACGP QLD Faculty Board, which works to support General Practice medicine within Queensland. In this role, she gets to work with GPs all around Queensland and Australia to help ensure we all have the best quality medical care possible.

Staying Fit and Healthy

Outside the practice, Dr Amelia loves to write blogs, cook healthy and delicious meals and inspire others with these too. “I also enjoy going on walks, and staying active to make sure my body is the absolute healthiest it can be.”

To keep your health in tip-top shape, book an appointment with Dr Amelia!


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