Dr Kate Reid-Milligan is a locally trained General Practitioner with an interest in child, adolescent and women’s health. She has a particular appreciation and understanding of ADHD and neurodiversity. Kate has a wealth of knowledge regarding the journey to diagnosis and beyond, providing non-judgmental, holistic care and collaboration with key service providers for both child and adult patients. She continues to build on her knowledge through learning from her expanding base of neurodivergent patients and their experiences. In working with her patients, she applies a strong focus to health education, self-care and disease prevention.
Kate holds an Honours degree in Neuroscience and worked in research prior to studying Medicine at the University of Western Australia, where she graduated with Honours in 2010. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and also holds Diplomas in child health and women’s health. Kate balances clinical practice with delivering medical education to GPs in training who are working towards fellowship in WA (previously through WAGPET and now through the RACGP)