GED are dedicated to teaching the next generation of doctors in Endocrinology and have an Advanced Training Registrar in Endocrinology under the supervision of our senior endocrinologists working in the practice. Our registrar has been selected by the directors from a competitive group of specialist doctors who have completed at least 6 years of hospital-based training and entrance into advanced training through an extensive examination process. All consultations with the registrar are supervised with a consultant and discounted in cost.
Endocrinology Registrar 2023: Dr Kate Flentje
In 2024, we are excited to announce that Dr Kate Flentje will stay on as part of the GED Team as an Endocrinologist.
Dr Flentje will be available for appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays (please refer to Endocrinology Fees)
Welcome to our 2024 Endocrinology Registrar: Dr Jodie Burtonwood
Jodie initially completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Deakin University in Geelong. She then went on to obtain her medical degree at Deakin University in 2016.
After completing her Basic Physician Training and starting General Medicine Advanced Training at Barwon Health, Jodie then went on to work as the endocrinology registrar at Peninsula Health.
Jodie is actively pursuing specialist training and is interested in all aspects of endocrinology including diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, thyroid, adrenal and pituitary disease.
Outside of work Jodie loves spending time with her young family as well as swimming, running and getting creative through painting and cake decorating.
Jodie joins the Geelong Endocrinology & Diabetes Team in February 2024 under the supervision of Dr Natalie Harrison, Dr Kimberly Cukier, Dr Lan Lan and Dr Libby George.