Dr Marguerite Fulton graduated from Monash University in 1999 and qualified as a general paediatrician with the RACP in 2011. Margie obtained a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education from the University of Melbourne in 2013.
Margie has coordinated the medical student programs in paediatric medicine at both Royal Children’s Hospital (University of Melbourne) and Barwon Health (Deakin University), where she is the convener of the Child Health program. Margie also travels to Lao PDR each year, working with the University of Health Sciences in Vientiane to teach paediatric clinical skills to trainee doctors.
Margie works at several Barwon Health clinics locally: child refugee health, indigenous child health, specialist follow up of newborns with complex medical conditions, and medical care of children with congenital hearing loss.
At the Geelong Children’s Clinic, Margie welcomes referrals of common child health challenges such as chronic asthma, severe constipation, delayed development and sleep difficulties.