Dr Peter Sharley OAM
MBBS, Dip Obs RACOG, Dip Av Med, Dip Bus Mgt, GAICD, FAMA, FANZCA, FCICM
Peter graduated in 1984 from the University of Adelaide in medicine and undertook subsequent specialist training in both Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine. He has held senior management positions in both Intensive Care Medicine and Critical Care Retrieval Services at Royal Adelaide Hospital for 15 years and had specialist postings in California and in rural and remote areas of Australia.
He has been on 10 boards over the last 10 years, including National Doctors Health Pty Ltd and Chair of SAPMEA (SA Post Graduate Medical Education Association)
He is active as Chairman of the Adelaide University Football Club, the largest and most successful amateur football club in the world for young men and women. Peter has planted 20,000 native bushes and trees on a rural property south of Mt Compass to shelter his cattle and encourage the birds to sing again.