About Steve Robson
Steve grew up in provincial Queensland, completing high school in Toowoomba.
He undertook his science and medical degrees at the University of Queensland, graduating in 1987.
After working as a junior doctor in Central Queensland, he became a full-time Medical Officer in the Royal Australian Navy where he also trained as a military paratrooper and served in the First Gulf War in HMAS Sydney, receiving decorations for active service.
Upon leaving the Navy in 1991 he spent time working as a rural GP in Central Queensland.
Steve undertook his specialist training in Adelaide, the United Kingdom, and Canada, and completed his training in 1999.
He worked as a provincial specialist in Rockhampton in Queensland until 2002, and was Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Canberra Hospital until 2005. He has had roles in private, public, and academic medicine for many years.
Apart from his private practice, Steve is a Visiting Medical Officer for ACT Health, and Professor at the Australian National University Medical School.