Dr Ayesha Everitt
Originally from Fitzroy, Dr Everitt graduated with an MBBS from The University of Adelaide in 2010 and subsequently completed her Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (2012), Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practice (2014), and Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (2016). She has also completed courses in Sexual and Reproductive Health at SHINE SA (2014) and Travel Medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2016).
Dr. Everitt has worked in multiple diverse settings across both metropolitan and rural Australia, and in particular enjoyed her experience working in North East Arnhem Land. She has also worked briefly in Nepal and Papua New Guinea, giving her an appreciation of the importance of public health and preventative medicine. Between 2016 – 2017 she worked at Kings College London in the UK teaching medical students and running the clinical simulation program. She has also been involved in medical education at Monash University from 2017 – 2018.
Dr. Everitt enjoys the variety and challenges of general practice and is committed to evidence-based practice and to helping patients achieve their full health potential. She has a particular interest in women's and children's health (and is able to assist with contraception, family planning and pregnancy shared care), and travel medicine.
Outside of work, Ayesha enjoys spending time with her young family and the cafés and parks of Fitzroy. She enjoys hiking and exploring new destinations locally and abroad. She has had a lifelong interest in music and singing, having toured internationally with her choir and being lucky enough to sing with the Rolling Stones in 2015.
Dr Ayesha and Hugo