Dr Graeme Walker studied medicine at Edinburgh University, Scotland, graduating in 1996 and commenced obstetric and gynaecology training in 1998. He sat the highly competitive membership exam at the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists in 2001, graduating top of the worldwide fields and winning the gold medal.

In 2004, after consolidating his experience, Dr Walker chose to specialise in gynaecology oncology and completed his three year fellowship at the end of 2007.  In 2008, Dr Walker came to Australia to undertake an additional one year gynaecological oncology fellowship at the Royal Women’s and Mater Hospitals in Brisbane, specialising in gynaecology oncology and laparoscopic surgery. He then returned to a consultants post in gynaecology oncology at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary Hospital, Scotland in early 2009.

Later that year, Dr Walker performed the first ever total laparoscopic hysterectomy in Edinburgh, and since then has spent considerable time teaching other consultants this technique, both in Edinburgh and elsewhere in the UK. He has special interests in general gynaecology, gynaecological cancer, laparoscopic/minimal access surgery and colposcopy. Dr Walker migrated to the Gold Coast in November of 2014 from Edinburgh where he was the Clinical Lead for gynaecology in the Lothian public healthcare system (NHS).

He strives to ensure a gold standard of evidence-based care for all his patients and strongly believes patient care is a 24 hour concern and is therefore contactable at all times in the event of an emergency or complications. Dr Walker operates both privately at John Flynn Private Hospital and publicly at the Gold Coast University Hospital where he was recently appointed the position of Director of Gynaecology.