Dr Ellen Campion


Dr Ellen Campion’s special interests are child and adolescent health, aged care, women’s health, antenatal shared care (Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick), men’s health and disability services.

Foreign language: Dr Campion’s current goal and fascination is mastery of the French language.

Dr Ellen Campion graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales.  She was awarded the F.J. Browne Memorial Prize for Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the Paediatric Staff Prize for Paediatrics.  She gained a Masters degree in Psychological Medicine from the University of New South Wales in 1995 and she has a Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

Dr Campion trained and completed her internship at St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst.  She undertook her residency at St Clare’s Hospital and Medical Centre in New York City before returning to Australia to commence full time general practice in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

She has been an accredited medical practitioner with the Royal Hospital for Women Randwick and the GP Shared Care Antenatal Program since its inception.

Dr Campion is a former accredited general practice educator of medical students with the Medical Faculty of the University of New South Wales in the Department of Community Medicine.

She has also shared the joys and challenges of raising three children.

Her interests include reading, music, opera, floral art including Ikebana, Asian arts and crafts, travel and cultural diversity.