Dr Natasha Yates trained at UQ then completed Rural GP training in a range of places in QLD and NSW.
Her areas of interest clinically include the full spectrum of care, from ‘womb to tomb’, and she enjoys being able to care for all generations and presentations, including preventative as well as acute care.
She has worked in Medical Education for over a decade as an Assistant Professor at Bond University. She recently resigned from the role of Deputy lead of General Practice at Bond University to focus on doing a PhD in Medical Education. She is an Alumni of the Harvard Macy Medical Educators program.
She is passionate about communicating about health in a clear and accessible way, and has written and spoken extensively on a range of topics to that end.
When not seeing patients, Dr Natasha can be found enjoying her garden, playing sport, or staking out good coffee.