Dr Rachel Burdon
Dr Rachel Burdon has been working in Sexual Health and HIV for over 15 years and first starting working at Taylor Square Private Clinic in 2000.
She recently returned to the clinic following a 7 year stint in Vietnam where she worked to help set up HIV treatment clinics nationwide.
She completed her fellowship in General Practice (FRACGP) in 2002 and also holds a Masters Degree in Public Health from UNSW and an Australasian Fellowship in Public Health Medicine. She has completed the Diploma of HIV Medicine/Sexual Health at Sydney University and the Family Planning Association Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Dr Burdon has worked in HIV, sexual and reproductive health and maternal/child health projects in Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and China.
Her major interests are sexual health, HIV medicine, medical management of transgender issues, women’s health and preventive health care. She also looks after a number of nursing home patients at Sr Anne Court and Gertrude Abbott nursing home.
Dr Burdon’s is available Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.