MMBBS, BSci(OT), MPH, MSurg, MSpMed, GDAAD, DCH, GAICD, FRACGP
Dr Rebekah Hoffman is a specialist GP and a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice. She enjoys studying and the diversity of being a GP, having completed a broad range of additional qualifications across Women’s and Children’s Health, Sport Medicine, Surgery and Business Governance. Further to this, she also enjoys teaching, being a Senior Lecturer at the University of Wollongong in Medical Education, and regularly mentoring students studying medicine from a number of Universities in NSW.
Dr Hoffman has strong ethical and clinical governance beliefs, being a peer representative on the Medical Council and Professional Services Review panels, and also represents local GPs on a number of committees, boards, and faculties.
As a GP, she loves all of medicine, and the variety and challenge that general practice can provide, from pre pregnancy care to palliative care, every moment can be filled with such emotion and joy. She believes in practicing evidence-based medicine and utilising a preventive based, whole person approach to her practice. As such, she also believes in being involved in the research process, currently a PhD candidate at the University of Wollongong, she has co-authored a number of peer reviewed publications.
Dr Hoffman believes in General Practice being a true family practice. As one of the practice owners of KFMP, she believes in giving the team the time to listen, understand, and values working together solve a complex concern. Where healthcare is designed make a difference to the community, by providing a safe space that families can all attend to improve their health and wellbeing.