Siobhan Hansey

Senior Educator & Training Facilitator


Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner, 2021. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, The University of Sydney, 2016. Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science, The University of Melbourne, 2008. Certificate III and IV in Fitness, Fitnation, 2010.


Darwin - Royal Darwin Hospital, John Mathews Building


Siobhan is a General Practitioner (GP) and medical educator living and working on Larrakia Country in the Northern Territory, based in Darwin. Having completed her GP training with the RACGP in Darwin and remote communities across the Top End in 2021, Siobhan has broad experience working in primary care with both NT government health services and Aboriginal community controlled health organisations. She also holds roles as a medical educator with Flinders University in the NT Medical Program, and as a board director with General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA). Siobhan has strong interests in rural and remote healthcare and intercultural communication which continue to influence both her clinical and non-clinical work.

New to Menzies in 2024, Siobhan is currently working with the Communicate study.