Born in Adelaide, Dr Karen Chandler graduated from Adelaide University in 1996. In 2004, she became a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology are training in Adelaide, Darwin and followed by the United Kingdom.
Dr Chandler practices all aspects of obstetrics and gynaecology, including low and high risk care, pre pregnancy counselling and multiple births. She has a special interest in menorrhagia, colposcopy and infertility. All gynaecological procedures are performed including endometrial ablations and vaginal prolapse repairs/hysterectomies and in-room Mirena insertions.
Dr Carolyn Marlow is a gynaecologist, graduating from Flinders University in 1995. Before becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2004, she trained in Adelaide, Darwin and the United Kingdom. Dr Marlow balances her gynaecology commitments with her family life with her two children and husband.
Whilst Dr Marlow manages all aspects of gynaecology, she has a specialised interest in incontinence and prolapse management, vulval dermatology, colpsocopy and management of pelvic pain. Dr Marlow is a senior visiting medical specialist at RAH and QEH and a training supervisor to RANZCOG trainees.
Born in Adelaide, Dr Beth Russ graduated with her medical degree from Adelaide University. completing six years of specialist training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Dr Russ became a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2006.
Over the past 15 years Dr Russ has had the privilege of helping women & couples become parents. She manages infertility, all aspects of pregnancy care including patients who are low risk and those with complex medical needs. She also offers comprehensive gynaecological care to women of all ages with an interest in colposcopy (for abnormal smears), menopause and management of heavy periods.
In addition to her private practice Dr Russ is a Senior Visiting Medical Specialist at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital where she attends a regular antenatal clinic, labour ward cover and is involved in the supervision and training of the next generation of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists. This association allows her to look after her high-risk patients across both hospitals.
On a personal note, Beth met her husband Jeremy when they were both working as junior doctors. Together they have two very loud sons. She loves to travel, read and kickbox. More recently she has become addicted to ‘Brooklyn 99’ on Netflix.
Specialising in general medicine for adults and obstetric medicine, Angela’s passions are centred around women who require specialised care during delicate times in their lives, such as pregnancy.
Angela believes medical care is not just about pharmacologic treatment, but providing continuity of care through a balanced, individual approach with rationale investigation and intervention to maintain maternal wellbeing. She is also an advocate of pre-conception counselling for high-risk patients to minimise the risk of potential complications during the antenatal and postpartum periods.
Since graduating from the University of Adelaide, Angela has worked at different local hospitals for her undergraduate training. Following completion of her FRACP post graduate certification, she took up sub-specialisation in obstetric medicine at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, in 2017. She is currently employed part-time by the Women’s and Babies’ division of the hospital as an obstetric physician working with high risk patients requiring medical specialists input.
Her private works include providing medical consultation to the maternity services at Calvary North Adelaide, as well as a visiting physician to the Gawler region for general and obstetric patients. Angela is also a member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the Society of Obstetric Medicine of Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Master started her professional career as a pharmacist gaining academic honours for this degree. She worked in this field for four years before deciding to pursue a career in medicine.
Dr Master completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery through Flinders University and subsequent specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She has advanced training in high risk obstetrics, urogynaecology and minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery. Dr Master’s special interests include management of abnormal cervical screening tests, heavy menstrual bleeding, vaginal surgery as well as laparoscopic surgery.
Dr Master is actively engaged with training the next generation of doctors through her public appointment at the Women’s and Children’s hospital in addition to an honorary clinical lecturer position at the University of Adelaide.
When not at work, Dr Master loves eating out and climbing Mt Lofty to make up for it!
Dr Sally Reid is a Specialist Gynaecologist who strives to empower her patients with knowledge about their health. Sally is curious about people and enjoys engaging with her patients in shared decision making.
Sally grew up in Gawler & the Barossa and graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2003 on the Dean’s Merit List. She achieved her specialist qualifications in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2012 and was awarded a Master of Reproductive Medicine in 2014. Dr Reid is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and enjoys teaching. She has a public appointment heading the Reproductive Endocrinology service at the Royal Adelaide Hospital – which offers a comprehensive, public Ovulation Induction programme.
When not practicing medicine, Sally’s other passions include time with her family & friends, music, chocolate and fostering animals!
Dr Tracey Bradbury has been a treasured member of our team as a great friend and respected obstetrician and gynaecologist. Tracey has now retired from the practice and moved onto her next chapter in life.
Thank you Tracey for your dedication to the practice, we wish you all the best.