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Dr Graham Mapp

About your State Chair

I am pleased to introduce myself as the Chair of the Queensland Committee.

Hopefully, you’re enjoying the many services and benefits associated with membership.

If there are any workplace concerns or issues that you feel the ASA should be aware of please email the ASA at policy@asa.org.au.

If you haven’t already, don’t forget to renew your ASA membership!

Kinds regards,

Dr Graham Mapp
ASA QLD State Committee Chair

I graduated from the University of Queensland (MBBS) in 1990 and was admitted to Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2000.

Since 2000, I have worked as a specialist anaesthetist, predominantly in private practice in Brisbane, and I’m a visiting medical officer to the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

I became a member of the ASA as a registrar in 1997 and the society has assisted me professionally throughout my career. I became a member of the Queensland Committee of Management of the ASA in 2009, and I became a member of the Economics Advisory Committee in 2011 and continue to serve in these roles.

Over the years, I’ve participated in several hospital advisory committees, and I have a keen interest in paediatric anaesthetic services in these facilities. I’m also interested in Welfare, Obstetrics, History, and General Surgery.

Outside of work, I’m a keen musician, and enjoy golf, tennis, and skiing.

Want to join the QLD Committee?

We always welcome new members to our team so if you are interested in joining the Queensland Committee please email Ms Jennifer Burgess at asaqld@amaq.com.au.


As of 1 November 2017, radical changes will occur to the system of payments to anaesthetists for treatment of Queensland public patients in private health facilities under the Surgery Connect Programme. Click here to read more about New Surgery Connect

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