Dr. Campbell graduated from Adelaide University in 1978 and embarked on “a journey of discovery”, working in five states of Australia over the next five years to gain the skills necessary for rural medicine.
Dr. Campbell came to Lakes Entrance in 1983, and established the Cunninghame Arm Medical Centre in 1994. His interest include emergency medicine, office-based surgery, hypnotherapy, sports medicine and teaching in Rural practice.
Dr. Campbell is an Instructor for the Advanced Paediatric Life Support Course and Principle Instructor, Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST) Course.
Dr. Campbell is Director of the Monash University, East Gippsland Regional Clinical School and National Vice-President of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. He has been a Board Member and Director of the Rural Workforce Agency Victoria since its inception.
MBBS, FACRRM, DipRACOG, FRACGP