Dr Charlotte Potter completed specialist training in 2022 at the Northern Beaches Hospital and The Royal Hospital for Women (Randwick). She completed most of her Paediatric and Neonatal training in Queensland within the Children’s Health Queensland network and Queensland Children’s Hospital. She has worked in a variety of Paediatric areas including General Paediatrics, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine and Paediatric rural medicine. She has also completed two years as a Neonatal Fellow in tertiary Neonatal Intensive Care Units across NSW and QLD including the stabilisation and transport of sick newborns from remote/regional hospitals to tertiary neonatal intensive care.
Charlotte currently works as a General Paediatrician at Northern Beaches Hospital where she cares for patients from birth through to adolescence. She has practiced across a variety of healthcare settings including regional/rural areas and tertiary critical care. This breadth of exposure means she can provide specific and tailored care to the children of the Northern Beaches with a vast variety of healthcare needs.
Special interests include: Family-based care of newborns, Neonatal intensive care/neonatology, Acute Paediatrics, Paediatric Patients with complex medical backgrounds, Developmental assessments and surveillance
Charlotte is passionate about caring for Paediatric patients in the context of their wider social network. She enjoys supporting families as they navigate their specific healthcare needs whilst also empowering them to join in decision-making along the way.