Dr Aisling Fleury FRACP
Consultant Physician in Geriatric Medicine
FRACP in Geriatric Medicine
MB BCh BAO (NUI Irl)
Dr Fleury studied medicine in University College Cork in Ireland graduating in July 2004. After completing her intern year in Cork, Ireland she moved to Brisbane and completed her post-graduate training in Geriatric Medicine in Queensland.
Dr Fleury works in both public and private practice. She works with Southern Cross Care as a Visiting Specialist to residential aged care facilities in the greater Brisbane area. Dr Fleury also works with the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health/CheckUp Qld to provide access to specialist Geriatric Medicine care for Indigenous people in South East Qld. Her public work is based in Logan hospital.
Dr Fleury’s professional areas of interest include, but are not limited to; dementia, delirium, confusion, memory loss, falls, frailty, polypharmacy, medication problems, incontinence, carer stress and general physical decline in older people including end-of-life care.
Dr Fleury is actively involved in research focussed on improving care for older people in the hospital system. She has published in peer review papers. She is investigator in a major research project with the Pharmacy Department at Ipswich hospital focusing on drug burden in the older person. She is involved in quality control audits to ensure quality patient care. She also supervises Geriatric Medicine Advanced Trainee research projects.
Dr Fleury Details
Consultant Physician and Geriatrician and specialises in Geriatric Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Dr Fleury completed medical school and intern year in Cork, Ireland before moving to Brisbane in 2005. She completed her post-graduation medical training in the South East Queensland area gaining FRACP in Geriatric Medicine.
Dr Fleury is an accredited Supervisor of Geriatric Medicine Advanced Trainees and Basic Physician Trainees with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She assists Basic Physician Trainees with FRACP clinical examination preparation, including trial exams.
She is the Unit Education Co-Ordinator for Geriatric Medicine for interns at Ipswich hospital and participated in securing re-accreditation of Geriatric Medicine at Ipswich hospital with Post Graduate Medical Education Council of Queensland (PMCQ) in 2013.
Dr Fleury is also actively involved in teaching medical students through the University of Queensland. She is an associated lecturer with UQ and participates regularly in MBBS 3 clinical examinations.
Dr Fleury has published in peer review papers. She is investigator in a major research project with the Pharmacy Department at Ipswich hospital focusing on drug burden in the older person. She is involved in quality control audits to ensure quality patient care. She also supervises Geriatric Medicine Advanced Trainee research projects.