About Dr Amanda Cuss
Dr Amanda Cuss is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of General Practice with a broad range of experience and interests.
Prior to General Practice she trained in General Surgery and as such has a strong range of surgical and procedural skills and a depth of knowledge and contacts with surgery to assist her patients in their care.
She also has obstetrics and gynaecology experience from the Royal Hospital for Women, alongside neonatal training, and Plastics, Dermatology and Vascular training.
Amanda currently manages a breast health service and is an executive on the board of the Integrated Specialist Health Care Foundation.
Amanda has higher research experience, with a number of publications and she is a tutor and examiner for Sydney and Wollongong University Medical Schools. She has been a tutor of indigenous medical and nursing students also. Amanda is a senior medical advisor to both government and public health organisations, particularly in consumer/patient advocacy.
Amanda also provides her services to Street Side Medics, a not for profit mobile medical service dedicated to helping those experiencing homelessness, and to Surf Life Saving Australia, with whom she is also a lifesaver.
She enjoys all aspects of general practice, in particular family medicine and palliative care, and promotes holistic well-being for her patients.
She spends her spare time with her family and friends, preferably in the outdoors staying fit and having fun.