Dr Maura McGill has been a medical doctor for nearly 50 years, with success treating thousands of women worldwide. She is internationally known as a doctor and health lawyer. She is sought-after advisor on women’s health issues – especially in relation to hormones and treatments for menopause and PMS, with numerous print & media appearances.
Dr Maura was (and still remains) the youngest doctor to ever graduate from the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin. She was quickly recruited to work with the International Red Cross in Africa as the sole doctor in charge of 1,000s of refugees from Biafra. From Africa, Dr Maura moved to Australia where she conducted much of the early work on asbestos, for which she was granted an honorary degree by the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland. Dr Maura also conducted significant work on Agent Orange. Through the depth of her research and expertise, Dr Maura rapidly became a highly established authority among her peers, known for helping thousands of women recover to balanced hormonal health. Today Dr McGill lectures doctors and patients on menopause, PMS and hormone management therapies. She has published technical papers in medicine, written on new age medical issues. Unusually, she has also achieved the position of Reiki Master in the Usui system, and continues to be a public speaker who is prepared to stand up and “tell it like it is”.
- MRCPI – Member of the Royal College of Physicians (Ireland)
- FOM – Faculty of Occupational Medicine
- FACLM – Fellow of Australian College of Legal Medicine
- FACBS – Fellow of Australian College of Biological Sciences
- LLB (Hon) Monash
- Hon FACCS – Honorary Fellow of Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery