Education & training
MBChB MRCP(UK) FRACP Clin Dip Pall Care
Dr Sarah Blyth practices at Nambour Selangor Private Hospital, offering her expertise in a wide range of general medical conditions. Dr Blyth is available to admit inpatients and see outpatients as well as to discuss semi-urgent referrals.Dr Blyth obtained her primary medical degree in the United Kingdom in 2003, attaining distinction in Clinical Finals, before completing Foundation training and Membership Exams for the Royal College of Physicians (UK). She attained Fellowship to the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2016 and subsequently has undertaken a Clinical Diploma in Palliative Care and further qualifications in Peri-operative Medicine. In 2011 Dr Blyth was awarded an Australia Day Certificate of Achievement from the Director General for Excellence in Healthcare.Dr Blyth is dedicated to the holistic management of people with complex medical problems, focusing not just on clinical care but also health promotion, patient empowerment and engaging patients in the planning of their individual care needs. She is well versed in the co-ordination of patients across the spectrum of inpatient and community care models and is an excellent communicator.Outside of work, Sarah is a busy mum of two boys and enjoys the Sunshine Coast lifestyle with her husband and sons. The family can often be found at the beach, camping in the hinterland or cycling both on and off road. Special interests: • General Medical and Palliative Care inpatient admissions.• Complex medical cases, diagnostic conundrums.• Patient partnership towards better health; managing the multi morbid patient.• Peri-operative medicine.
General practitioner treats patients of all ages from newborn babies to elderly people. GP have an important role to play in the management of acute care, chronic diseases and the treatment of patients with multiple health conditions. General practitioner (GP) treat all common medical conditions and refer patients to hospitals and other medical services for urgent and specialist treatment. Another important part of the work of a GP is preventative medicine and health promotion, include child immunisation and lifestyle modification. Palliative Care is medical area that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness. Palliative care helps people live as fully and as comfortably as possible with a life-limiting or terminal illness. Palliative care aims to ease the suffering of patients and their families. Find out how palliative care can help you and your loved ones.