Dr Philip Gribble is on the Federal AMA Council of Rural Doctors, which oversees the AMA’s work on rural issues and now the Regional Representative: Northern on AMA(SA) council.
Philip is a partner at the Clare Medical Centre, in the SA rural town of Clare, where he has spent the last 20 years consolidating a quality general practice.
He is also the regional representative for the Rural Doctors Association of South Australia, chair of the RDASA GP-Anaesthetic group, ACRRM representative on the Joint Council of Colleges for Anaesthesia [the JCCA] and recently the GP Anaesthetics advisor to Country Health SA.
Philip has been active in overseas aid with missions to Benin in Africa [with Hernia international] providing surgical services where none currently exist.
Philip’s areas of clinical interest and expertise include anaesthetics, complex medical patients, palliative care and geriatrics, communication and education. He is also a student supervisor who works with fifth year students who visit Clare.
Outside of medicine, Philip’s interests include photography – he has exhibited and sold some of his work; travel – especially camping in South Australia; squash and bushwalking.