Dr. Anthea Charalambous (BMedSc, MBBS, FRACGP) is a graduate of The University of Sydney, Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and is fluent in Greek. She trained as a junior doctor on The Central Coast, then at Sydney Children’s Hospital and then under GP Synergy to become a General Practitioner. She has embraced working in such a unique environment which has allowed her to be a part of the previous UNSW Sexual Health Working Group whilst completing a project in Sexual Health as well as the Family Planning NSW Course. She is a member of the RACGP and the International Student Sexual Health Network.
Her interests include Adolescent & Young Adult Health, Child Health, Family Planning, Mental Health, Preventative Health, Public Health, Sexual Health, Sports Medicine, Travel Medicine and Women’s Health. She is a firm believer in the importance of health promotion through medical journalism and public education.
Her personal interests include spending time with her family (which includes a destructive Maremma Sheepdog), travelling the world to embrace other cultures, browsing markets, and immersing herself in live performances and historical exhibitions.