Director of Trauma
Jodie Williams is a General Surgeon and the Director of Trauma at the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC) at the Royal Darwin Hospital.
Jodie completed her surgical training in Sydney and Newcastle before moving up to Darwin in 2012 and spending twelve months at the NCCTRC in the position of Trauma Fellow. Jodie returned to Newcastle at the end of that year to build a private practice in General Surgery but has maintained an affiliation with Royal Darwin Hospital since that time, working regularly as a General Surgeon on the Surgical Acute Care Unit. Jodie now serves as Co-Director of this Acute Care Unit and is passionate about ongoing improvements to the delivery of care to our surgical patients. Jodie has a broad surgical practice but has a particular interest in Trauma and Burns.
Jodie holds an Associate Fellowship on Medical Administration and is a keen teacher. She is heavily involved in teaching of medical undergraduates and also serves as an instructor in ASSET for the college. She is a registered with AUSMAT and was deployed to East Timor in 2016.
Jodie has an interest in global health and holds a Masters in International Public Health. She also has extensive experience in Indigenous Health and has an interest in the delivery and optimisation of specialist services to remote Indigenous communities