Upon graduating from University of Adelaide Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2006, Alexandra undertook a diverse range of medical roles in regional Australia and internationally, before moving to Victoria. She commenced specialist Obstetrics and Gynaecology training at Monash Medical Centre in 2010, then started as a regional Obstetric and Gynaecology consultant at West Gippsland Healthcare group (Warragul), gaining further expertise in general gynaecology, including advanced laparoscopic surgery and pelvic floor surgery. Alexandra is focussed on providing consultation and surgery for the broad range gynaecological conditions, such as: Menstrual disorders; Cervical dysplasia, Pelvic pain & Endometriosis; Ovarian cysts; Pelvic floor disorders and Fertility. In addition to her clinical work, Alexandra has completed a Masters of Public Health in 2015, which included an internship and external consultancy at World Health Organization in 2008/09. She continues to be involved with women's health research & advocacy in a variety of roles, with particular focus on access to high-quality health services for rural Australian women. Alexandra is committed to the training of junior doctors and medical students,with a Senior Lecturer appointment at Deakin University.