Judith O'Malley-Ford, General Practitioner

Judith O'Malley-Ford

General Practitioner

116 Browne Street Brisbane Queensland, 4005

About

Judith O'Malley-Ford, MBBS, MPH, JP(Q), maintains a position at Kedron Park 7 Day Medical Centre located in the Queensland region of Australia. At the Centre, a wide variety of services are offered including women and men's health, mental health, immunisations, travel medicine, sports medicine, and chronic diseases. Dr. Ford specializes in men's health specifically, performing prostate screenings, family planning options, screening pathology tests, and sexual health. Throughout her career, Dr. O'Malley-Ford contributed two publications and was recognized as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners for her outstanding achievements in the field of general medicine.

Provider Details

MaleEnglish 43 years of experience
Judith O'Malley-Ford
Judith O'Malley-Ford's Expert Contributions
  • Prostate Cancer Today

    New Technology for Men's HealthThe 21st century is well upon us, and the scientific and health landscape is rapidly changing, yet there are still new horizons to conquer. The final frontier does not lie in a distant galaxy. It is much closer to home. Look no further than the place where men fear to...

Areas of expertise and specialization

Medical AdministrationMen's Health

Internships

  • University of Queensland

Professional Society Memberships

  • Australian Medical Association

Articles and Publications

  • Author of 2 Publications

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Being Ambitious and Inquisitive

Hobbies / Sports

  • Medical Writing and Art

Favorite professional publications

  • Medical Journal of Australia

Judith O'Malley-Ford's Practice location

116 Browne Street -
Brisbane, Queensland 4005
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