Dr Eydis Konradsdottir (Dr Konrads) graduated from UNSW in 2007 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree. She continued her medical training at Prince of Wales Hospital, the Royal Hospital for Women and Sydney Children’s Hospital where she focused on establishing a good foundation for general practice. With keen interests in paediatrics and women’s health she completed further qualifications and holds a Graduate Diploma of Paediatrics through UNSW and Certificate of Women’s Health through RANZCOG. She was awarded Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practice in 2015.
Dr Konrads enjoys all aspects of general practice, but has particular interests in paediatrics, women’s health, sport medicine and preventive medicine. She is an examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practice, assessing the next generation of future GPs in the country.
As a former Olympic athlete, having participated in the Atlanta and Sydney Olympic Games in swimming for Iceland, she has thorough knowledge and understanding of elite sports. She understands the highs and lows of sport, the importance of good nutrition, training, recovery and injury prevention as well as maintaining motivation and focus to achieve your goals.
Dr Konrads is a mother of three active boys. Outside of medicine she enjoys spending time with her family, enjoying the great outdoors, cooking, gardening, running, swimming and listening to fine music.
Dr Konrads speaks fluent English, Icelandic and Swedish.