Dr. Michael Love
What do you enjoy most about being a Doctor?
I enjoy helping my patients, whether it be through the good times or the bad times. I think a general practitioner can really make a difference. I also enjoy keeping up with the ever-changing evolution of medical practice including new investigations and management. Being a Doctor at a regional centre means that there is a variety of work across both the medical centre and the hospital. Our staff are great and we have a great comradery.
When did you join the practice?
I joined the Corowa Medical Centre in 1992. Prior to this, I worked at St Vincents Hospital (Melbourne), Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne), Mercy Maternity and in Cheltenham (UK).
Tell us something else about yourself.
I am not the best of golfers but I really enjoy trying. One day I will have a good score!! I also enjoy giving Collingwood supporters a hard time.
Area of Interest:
I have a particular interest in skin diseases.
I graduated from Melbourne University in 1985. My qualifications include MBBS, FRACGP, FACRRM.
I have trained as a GP obstetrician and enjoy supporting women through their pregnancy.