Dr. Jill Sass completed her medical degree (with Honours) at the University of Melbourne in 1994.
Dr. Sass did her junior medical training at Royal North Shore Hospital and a year of Paediatrics at Sydney Children’s Hospital. Dr. Sass worked as an Emergency Registrar at Royal Darwin Hospital in 2000 before embarking on her General Practice training in the Northern Territory. Here, Dr. Sass worked in a remote Aboriginal Community, the Tiwi Islands, and then around Darwin. Dr. Sass then returned to NSW, locuming throughout country NSW until finally residing on the Central Coast, and working at Point Clare Surgery since 2006. Dr. Sass is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has a post-graduate Diploma in Child Health.
Dr. Sass enjoys working across all areas of general practice and has a particular interest in the management of chronic diseases, shared antenatal care, women’s health, and pediatrics. Dr. Sass also provides medical care to a local residential aged care facility and is a Clinical Editor for Central Coast Health Pathways.