Dr Andrew Hallam

Dr Andrew Hallam

Dr Andrew Hallam

After completing basic training in Medicine in Brisbane in 1986, I spent two years as a trainee in Gastroenterology at Queen Mary's University Hospital. I returned to Brisbane as an Academic fellow in Liver Disease at RBWH and then completed a further year at The PA Hospital as Senior Registrar before joining the University Medical Unit as a junior consultant there for a further four years. I finally saw the light and moved permanently North of the river in 1996 and have worked at Redcliffe Hospital and RBWH as a general gastroenterologist/hepatologist/interventional endoscopist ever since.

I remain actively involved in teaching and supervising students and trainee Gastroenterologists.

Medical School

University of Queensland


  • M.B.B.S. First Class Honours (1982)
  • Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (1990)
  • Senior Lecturer in Medicine. University of Queensland


Medical Board of Australia


Gastroenterology and hepatology

Professional Memberships

  • The Australian Medical Association
  • The Royal Australian College of Physicians (fellow)
  • The Australian Gastroenterological Association
  • Surfers Medical Association

Current Appointments (Public Hospitals)

  • Senior Visiting Specialist Gastroenterology and Hepatology Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital 1997-present
  • Senior Visiting Specialist Gastroenterology Redcliffe District Hospital 1992-present

Private Hospital Visiting Rights

  • St Vincents Northside
  • Peninsula Private Kippa Ring
  • Caboolture Private Hospital
  • Moreton Day Hospital