Dr Sarah James completed her MBBS in 2006 and Master of Public Health in 2014, both at the University of Queensland. In 2018, she was awarded her fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Prior to working in general practice, Sarah worked in anaesthetics and intensive care at various locations. She has a special interest in travel medicine and is a provider of Yellow Fever and Q Fever vaccines.
Sarah also enjoys other areas of general practice including public health, health promotion and disease prevention, Indigenous, women’s and children’s health. She is currently enrolled in a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at James Cook University.
In her spare time, she enjoys modern quilting and has no shortage of sewing projects underway awaiting completion.