Dr Georgina Hodges is a clinical haematologist. She graduated from James Cook University Medical School in 2005 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. She completed dual training in clinical and laboratory haematology in 2013 with rotations through The Townsville Hospital, Pathology Queensland, Australian Red Cross Blood Service and The Haematology and Transplant Unit at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
She has published in Pathology and Blood and made peer reviewed presentations at national meetings. She is an active member of the ALLG and since returning to Townsville has further developed the clinical trials program, she is the site principal investigator for a number of trials in myeloma and acute myeloid leukaemia.
Her areas of interest are malignant haematology including acute and chronic leukaemia, myeloma and lymphoma. Dr Hodges is passionate about providing regional patients with access to clinical trials and evidenced based, patient centred care. She lectures at the JCU medical school and is actively involved in intern, resident and registrar training.
Dr Hodges consults at Icon Townsville and is a staff specialist at The Townsville Hospital, she attends outreach clinics in Mackay and Cairns and provides teleconferencing appointments as required.