Dr Katrina Robertson
Dr Robertson graduated in 1987 from the University of Queensland and after spending two years working at the Mater Hospital joined Sunnybank Hills Medical Centre in 1990. In 1992 Dr Robertson gained her diploma in sports medicine and in 1993 gained her fellowship from the RACGP. She is vocationally registered and has been a supervisor for the College of General Practice for over 10 years.
Favourite thing about being a GP
Getting to know my patients and their families. Making a difference and adding value to person’s quality of life.
I decided that I wanted to be a doctor when I was 5 and never changed my mind. I also grew up in Byron Bay before moving to Brisbane.
Cycling, gym and snow skiing
Philosophy of Practice
The essence of good health can be found in being active. This combined with a sensible diet can help promote a relaxed and healthy state of mind. Part of my practice includes fashioning a personalised exercise and eating program for my patients.