Clinical Leads and Clinical Editors

Meet the ACT & Southern NSW HealthPathways Clinical Leads and Clinical Editors.

Dr Janet Watterson

GP Clinical Lead

Dr Janet Watterson

Dr Janet Watterson

GP Clinical Lead

Dr Janet Watterson grew up in Melbourne, but always enjoyed country life. She trained at Monash University graduating Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in 1987 with honors. Dr Watterson did post graduate training at Monash Medical Centre (Clayton), Alice Springs Hospital (pediatrics and obstetrics) and Tamworth Hospital (anesthetics).

Dr Watterson has a visiting medical officer appointment at Pambula Hospital, and works regularly in the Emergency department at South East Regional Hospital. She has an advanced rural practice diploma in anesthetics. Her other qualifications include Masters of Family Medicine, Diploma Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Obstetrics, Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice. 

Dr Watterson served as Chairperson of the local Division of General Practice (formerly Southern NSW Medicare Local) for three years. She enjoys working on HealthPathways as it makes life easier for GPs and improves patient access to coordinated care.

Dr Konrad Reardon

GP Clinical Editor

Dr Konrad Reardon

Dr Konrad Reardon

GP Clinical Editor

Dr Konrad Reardon has worked in the public and private sector in Queensland, ACT and NSW and is a qualified Pharmacist and Medical Practitioner having graduated in 2004 from James Cook University, Townsville with BPharm(Hons I) and in 2012 from the Australian National  University, Canberra with MBBS.  

He is currently working as a General Practice Registrar with Bega Valley Medical Practice and Sapphire Clinic, Merimbula.

Dr Reardon is excited to be working with the HealthPathways team and is looking forward to taking on the challenge of helping clinicians achieve the best health outcomes for their patients.

Dr Corin Miller

GP Clinical Editor

Dr Corin Miller

Dr Corin Miller

GP Clinical Editor

Dr Corin Miller studied at University of Wollongong obtaining both her BSc (Exercise) and MB BS there.

She trained at St George, Sutherland and Calvary Hospitals in Sydney as well as Wollongong, Nowra, Bowral and Albury. She completed her GP training in Sydney and Bega and attained Fellowship of the RACGP. She also holds a Diploma in Child Health.

Dr Miller's special interests include Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics and she works as a GP VMO in both of these areas at South East Regional Hospital in Bega.

Through HealthPathways she hopes to help GPs and other clinicians to support their patients and achieve better health outcomes.

Dr Megan Kendall

GP Clinical Editor

Dr Megan Kendall

Dr Megan Kendall

GP Clinical Editor

Prior to gaining her MBBS at the ANU, Dr Megan Kendall undertook Bsc (Exercise and Nutrition) and gained Honours (Class I) in biochemistry. She is currently awaiting fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners after completing training in Canberra, Bega and Pambula. She also holds a Diploma in Child Health.

Dr Kendall's special interests include paediatrics and youth health where she works as a GP VMO at South East Regional Hospital in Bega, and is involved with the TeenClinic initiative supported by COORDINARE.  

Since starting with HealthPathways in 2017 as a GP registrar, Dr Kendall has developed the Youth Health and Wellbeing pathway for those practitioners working with young people in crisis. She finds HealthPathways a great resource for supporting patients locally, and hopes she can continue to build on the work of others.