Roxanne was born in Perth and completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Western Australia in 2011. She then studied medicine at Flinder’s University in Adelaide, and graduated from there in 2015.
Roxanne has since worked in a variety of metropolitan and rural hospitals, including Fiona Stanley Hospital, Albany Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth Children’s Hospital, and King Edward Memorial Hospital. She gained her RACGP Fellowship in 2023.
Roxanne enjoys all aspects of general practice, especially paediatrics, women’s health, sexual health, and preventative medicine. She is capable of inserting and removing Implanons, performing iron infusions, and administering vaccinations and injections.
Outside of general practice, Roxanne enjoys walking her Cardigan Welsh corgi at the beach, playing tennis, hiking, and spending time with her family.