Dr Scott Blundell

Dr. Scott Blundell studied medicine at the University of Sydney before training in paediatrics at Royal Children’s Hospital, Brisbane. During this time he worked in Paediatric Intensive Care, Neonatal Intensive Care as well as renal and neurological specialty areas.

In addition to his medical qualifications, Dr. Blundell is a qualified physiotherapist winning the prestigious University Medal for Physiotherapy in at Sydney University and working for two years as a paediatric physiotherapist at the Children’s Hospital, Westmead before starting medical training.

Dr. Blundell is accredited in Advanced Paediatric life Support (APLS).

Special interests:

  • Endocrine disorders
  • Renal conditions
  • Neurological conditions
  • Neonatology (premature and newborn babies)

All aspects of general paediatrics.

Prizes and awards

2004 AMA Prize Student Prize for Leadership – The University of Sydney

1999 The University Medal – the University of Sydney.

1999 The Alcusal Prize for Research – The University of Sydney.

1999 The Research Foundation Research Prize  - The University of Sydney.

In his spare time Dr. Blundell plays the guitar, golf and competes in the grueling “Tough Mudder” and “Spartan” challenges.  Accustomed to suffering, he is a long-time fan of the Canberra Raiders, although we hope to see him in the blue and gold of the Titans soon.

BAppSc (Physiotherapy)
MBBS (The University of Sydney 2004)
Diploma of Child Health (University of Sydney 2007)
FRACP (Royal Australian College of Physicians 2012)