Dr Atari Metcalf
General Practitioner

Dr Atari MetcalfDr Atari Metcalf

Atari completed a Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the University of Notre Dame Sydney, where he graduated with Distinction and first place in Population and Public Health. Since graduating he completed his internship and residency at St Vincent’s Hospital working across a variety of medical and surgical specialties in addition to completing secondments in paediatrics and Aboriginal health in Wagga, NSW. Prior to practising medicine Atari completed a BSc in Health Promotion and held senior research roles in mental and sexual health services, as well as working as an analyst on national inquiries into asylum seeker, transgender and intersex health and human rights for the Australian Human Rights Commission. He remains actively involved in research and advocacy projects and volunteers as a Board Director at ACON, NSW’s largest LGBT community non-profit health service. Atari is passionate about inclusive and collaborative clinical practice, enjoying all aspects of primary care with a particular interest in sexual and reproductive health. Outside of work he loves ocean swimming, design and travel.

  • Queen's University Belfast
  • University of New South Wales
  • University of Syndey
  • Kings College London