MBBS Dip RACOG
Special interests: Teaching in medical practice, geriatrics, nursing home care, computers in medical practice, asthma and cardiac care.
Dr Michael Aird completed his MBBS, graduating at The Adelaide University in 1984. He then completed his Diploma RACOG in 1987. Dr Aird commenced at Flinders Medical Centre as an intern, securing a resident position shortly after. He was an obstetric resident at Flinders Medical Centre and conducted deliveries at McLaren Vale War Memorial Hospital until 1993. He took part in the accreditation process at Noarlunga and McLaren Vale hospitals in a GP Medical/Minor Surgical skills capacity.
Dr Aird has been a general practitioner with Rhylyn Medical Services since 1987. His current focus includes teaching and geriatric care. He commenced supervising registrars and medical students at Aldinga Medical Centre in 1992 and continues this very important role in furthering the knowledge of our future generation of GPs. His passion for teaching has encouraged and inspired many registrars who have benefited from his vast knowledge.