Dr Andrew Webster

GP Clinical Senior Lecturer

General Practice Clinical Unit
Faculty of Medicine


Andrew is a specialist General Practitioner (FRACGP) who relocated to Brisbane in 2023 after spending most of his early career in the Northern Territory. He has worked as a GP in rural Western Australia and the Northern Territory, including as the Chief Medical Officer of Danila Dilba Health Service in Darwin.

Alongside clinical work in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, Andrew is developing his teaching and research skills as a GP Academic with UQ. Andrew has a Bachelor of Medical Science by research and a medical degree from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Cambridge.

Andrew's background in primary care management and administration inform his research interests which are focused on using clinical and administrative data to understand variations in access to primary health care.


  • Doran, James, Canty, David, Dempsey, Karen, Cass, Alan, Kangaharan, Nadarajah, Remenyi, Bo, Brunsdon, Georgie, McDonald, Malcolm, Heal, Clare, Wang, Zhiqiang, Royse, Colin, Royse, Alistair, Mein, Jacqueline, Gray, Nigel, Bennetts, Jayme, Baker, Robert A, Stewart, Maida, Sutcliffe, Steven, Reeves, Benjamin, Doran, Upasna, Rankine, Patricia, Fejo, Richard, Heenan, Elisabeth, Jalota, Ripudaman, Ilton, Marcus, Roberts-Thomson, Ross, King, Jason, Wyber, Rosemary, Doran, Jonathan ... Hanson, Joshua (2023). Surgery for rheumatic heart disease in the Northern Territory, Australia, 1997–2016: what have we gained?. BMJ Global Health, 8 (3), e011763. doi: 10.1136/bmjgh-2023-011763

  • Webster, Andrew and Ingram, Lee (2013). A weight off the mind: Clozapine and profound weight loss. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 47 (12), 1212-1213. doi: 10.1177/0004867413498277

  • Emery, J. D., Walter, F. M., Gray, V., Sinclair, C., Howting, D., Bulsara, M., Bulsara, C., Webster, A., Auret, K., Saunders, C., Nowak, A. and Holman, D. (2013). Diagnosing cancer in the bush: a mixed methods study of GP and specialist diagnostic intervals in rural Western Australia. Family Practice, 30 (5), 541-550. doi: 10.1093/fampra/cmt016

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