Dr Nerida Robinson graduated medical school in 2011 from the University of Wollongong, Australia.
Nerida began her specialty training in the UK and completed the training in Australia.
She is internationally published in the British Medical Journal and has presented her work at major international conferences.
Nerida completed a fellowship in Obstetric Anaesthesia with a focus on high risk obstetrics and quality assurance.
Nerida has two children and together they enjoy sports such as hiking and skiing.
Dr David Reiner graduated medical school in 2003 and completed his anaesthesia training at the Prince Of Wales Hospital in Sydney,Australia.
He has been working as a Anaesthesiologist in Canberra, at public and private hospitals, since 2011 and has administered anaesthesia to over 17,000 patients.
During a 3 year period as the quality and safety officer for the Australian New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in the ACT, he activated the WEBAIRS platform in the ACT – the Adverse Incident Reporting System.
He is a visiting academic for the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University.
Outside of his anaesthesia practice, Dr Reiner enjoys playing sports. He is married with 4 children.
He also has a passion for utilising his anaesthesia knowledge in entrepreneurial ventures such as: