Dr Warwick is a specialist colorectal surgeon with broad experience in all aspects of colorectal surgery including colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, and a subspecialist interest in benign and functional disorders, including diverticular disease, endometriosis, faecal incontinence, prolapse, constipation, haemorrhoids and anal fistula.
Dr Warwick graduated from medical school in 2004. She spent 11 years undertaking surgical training in hospitals in the UK and in Australia. In 2012 Dr Warwick worked as a surgeon for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF – Doctors Without Borders) in South Sudan and has undertaken humanitarian missions to Ghana.
Following the completion of her colorectal training in the UK in 2015, Dr Warwick won a prestigious travelling fellowship from the European Society of Coloproctology and spent time in world renowned colorectal units in Geneva, Switzerland and in Aarhus, Denmark. She undertook the fellowship of the European Board of Coloproctology by examination, and was awarded a prize from the Royal Society of Medicine.
Dr Warwick is a keen researcher and undertakes evidence based care with a focus on outcomes. She is currently undertaking research in to numerous colorectal topics both independently and as part of international multicentre trials. She has written numerous peer reviewed publications and is a reviewer for the journal “Colorectal Disease”. She has extensive teaching experience and has lectured and taught at multiple courses and scientific conventions on a wide range of colorectal topics. She is a lecturer at the University of Queensland. She was invited to be part of a European Society of Coloproctology expert group reviewing the colorectal use of mesh in the pelvis.
She has public hospital appointments at Redcliffe Hospital and QEII Hospital, where she works in a subspecialist pelvic floor unit. She has recently commenced private practice at the Wesley Hospital.