Leading Steps Consultant Paediatricians

Dr DAVID PINCUS MBBS FRACP
Honorary Adjunct Professor

Dr Pincus has been a paediatrician in Queensland since 1992 and is highly respected by his colleagues and patients as an attentive and caring physician with a commitment to clinical excellence.

Dr Pincus enjoys the continuity of his private practice and describes it as a privilege to be part of his patients’ lives as they grow and develop.

Recognition and appointments:
Director of Medical Services - Pindara Hospital 2015 to present.
Co Chair Clinical Examination Committee, Royal Australian College of Physicians, 2012 - present.
Clinical Sub Dean of Medicine, Bond University. 2017 - present.
National Examination Panel, Royal Australian College of Physicians 2003 to present.
Clinical Examination Committee, Royal Australian College of Physicians 2008 to present.
Chairperson Paediatric Morbidity and Mortality Committee, Pindara Private Hospital 2011 to present.
Chair Special Consideration Committee Royal Australasian College of Physicians
Contributing Editor Global Morning Report (part of the Human Diagnosis Project)
Clinical Review Committee, Pindara Private Hospital 2010 to present.
Chairperson and organiser of Perinatal Interest Group 1995 to present.
Director - Rapid Review and Response Program 2014 to present.

Academic Appointments:
Honorary Adjunct Professor, Bond University 2006 to present.
Clinical Senior Lecturer, Griffith University 2005 to present.
Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Queensland 1995 to 2003. Supervisor and instigator of Specialist Training Position rotation from the Royal Children’s Hospital Brisbane (2011-2012) and Gold Coast Hospital for advanced training in General Paediatrics (2013 onwards).

Expertise and areas of interest:
Medical Clinical Governance
Quality and Safety Systems
Improving Diagnosis in Medicine
Accredited in Advanced Training in Paediatric Life Support (2009)
Advanced Insulin Pump Management
Diabetes and Endocrine disorders
Neonatology (newborn babies)
Neurologic disorders including Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy
Asthma and respiratory disorders
Schooling problems and developmental disorders
All aspects of general paediatrics, including children with complicated disorders requiring multidisciplinary management