Julia grew up in Gippsland in Victoria, and completed her undergraduate degree at Monash University. Following volunteering with AusAID in the Philippines, and work in local government in Australia, Julia was awarded a Menzies scholarship to undertake her masters at Harvard University. During her time in Boston, she travelled to Swaziland with the Clinton Foundation to help deliver a country wide HIV testing and treatment program. Subsequently, Julia coordinated international community development programs in South-East Asia with Interplast Australia, and humanitarian aid programs globally with Red R Australia and Save the Children. Julia is married to Cameron, and they have two daughters Lily and Ava. Julia moved to Tasmania in 2018 and became director of Hobart Plastic Surgery in 2019.
Charlotte was educated in the United Kingdom and attended Uffculme Secondary School in the countryside of Devon. After travelling extensively, Charlotte decided to settle in Tasmania in 2012 and shortly after embarked on a journey into healthcare, working at the Blood Service for three years. Charlotte attained a Bachelor of Nursing from The University of Tasmania in 2019 and worked in the perioperative setting for the first two years of her nursing career at Hobart Private Hospital.
Charlotte has now branched out into the community sector, working with Hospital in The Home and has a keen interest in wound care.
In her spare time, Charlotte enjoys baking for her stall at Farmgate Market, Mixed Martial Arts and playing tennis.
Caitlin received her Bachelor of Nursing from The University of Tasmania in 2017. She began her nursing career at Hobart Private Hospital where she still works in theatre as a Scrub/Scout and Surgical Assistant. Caitlin completed a Perioperative Nurse Surgical Assistant (PNSA) Course through La Trobe University in 2021, which qualifies her to assist Dr Keating in theatre. Caitlin can engage with patients at multiple stages of their perioperative journey, meeting them in theatre for their procedure and then attending to their follow-up wound care at Hobart Plastic Surgery.
When not working, you will find Caitlin out on the golf course, playing piano and writing music, or spending quality time with family and friends.