Dr Stewart Condon is a medical doctor with extensive experience working in Australia and around the world. After completing his degree and junior years in Sydney, he worked in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory as a rural medical practitioner.
Soon after, he began his work with Médecins Sans Frontières, travelling to Sudan, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. His first project as a field doctor led to subsequent missions as project coordinator and country medical coordinator. Stewart continues to contribute to MSF by serving as a member of the Australian board of directors, and in 2014 he was elected President of Médecins Sans Frontières-Australia.
In recent years, Stewart has diversified his clinical experience in emergency departments, prisons and remote area clinics with non-clinical roles. He was with International SOS for four years, leading their medical case management and undertaking medical director responsibilities.
With experience in the public sector, the corporate world and the non-government arena, Stewart has a unique perspective on medicine. His specialties include medical assistance, telehealth, rural and remote medicine and humanitarian work.