Associate Professor Gino Pecoraro is a locally trained Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in specialist practice since 1997. He completed his medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1988 and underwent specialist training at the Royal Women’s Hospital and Mater Mothers’ hospitals in Brisbane as well as being the inaugural registrar for the internationally recognised Flying Obstetrics and Gynaecology service based in Roma.
Gino is an adjunct Associate Professor with the University of Queensland and continues to be active in the education of medical students and registrars as well as delivering educational lectures to general practitioners and interested consumer groups.
He admits patients in high and low risk obstetrics and gynaecology at the Wesley Hospital.
Obstetric interests include women with thrombophilia and autoimmune disease as well multiple pregnancy and gynaecology special interests include laparoscopic and vaginal surgery, endometriosis and menopause.
He maintains a strong association with the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, where he has previously sat on the federal council and board and remains a senior examiner.
He is a past president of the Queensland Australian Medical Association and current national board chair as well as contributing to multiple state and federal government bodies in relation to women’s health issues. Gino is a patron and advisor for the Multiple birth Association and an ambassador /advisor for the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation.
A/Prof Pecoraro is an award winning medical journalist experienced across all platforms. He is an occasional presenter for the TODAY show on channel 9, writes a regular weekend health column in the Sunday Mail and can be seen on the Health Minute website as well as in Tonic Media’s waiting room programs. He has presented health programs on breakfast and talk back radio ( ABC, 4BC and Hit 105) as well as a weekly segment on Channel 10 news. Educational material for general practitioners is available on the MD briefcase network.
When not working, Gino enjoys medical politics, red wine, good Italian or Japanese food and spending time with his wife and 4 children.
All appointments can be made by calling his secretary, Kathryn on 38395383 or visiting his website ginopecoraro.com.au where online appointment making is available.