Anne wanted to be a doctor from the age of 6, and has now completed 25 years in the profession since graduating from UCT. She first worked in government health services for 10 years including two and a half years in the old Ciskei, as well as a year in London and Canada.
Anne completed a masters in family medicine and a diploma in child health, and has taught the medical students at UCT for 3 years. She has practised as a doctor in Hout Bay for 16 years, and considers it a privilege to contribute to peoples lives and use my God-given talents. She has a particular interest in teenage as well as woman issues, and also enjoys doing procedures.
Anne is married and has 3 children. In her spare time she is raising her children, running and trying to keep up with her painting. She thinks of herself as a frustrated artist masquerading as a doctor!