Dr Lesley Ramage has more than 25 years of experience in women’s health as a general practitioner. She obtained her medical degree from Leeds University in the United Kingdom and completed her postgraduate general practitioner training in 1986.
Dr Ramage has worked in general practice since moving to Australia with her family in 1993. Since 2007, she has also held an appointment at King Edward Memorial Hospital where she consults in Menopause and Menopause Symptoms after Cancer Clinics. She is actively involved in the teaching and training of medical undergraduates and doctors.
Dr Ramage holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Women’s and has been an invited speaker at a number of educational events. She regularly attends local, national and international scientific meetings to keep up to date with new developments in the field of women’s health.
Dr Ramage’s special interests include family planning and the management of menopause (both natural and following a diagnosis of cancer). She performs Pap smears and sexual health screening and provides osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease risk assessments.
|2006||Postgraduate Diploma in Women’s Health (PGDip Women’s Health)|
|1986||Family Planning Certificate|
|1986||Royal College of General Practice United Kingdom (RCGP)|
|1983||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – Leeds University (MBChB)|