Treatment for everyonewho needs it...
In my practice, I like to have a relaxed consulting and communication style. You won't see me wearing a tie, and I prefer to be called Andrew, not Dr Zuschmann. I want you to feel comfortable, and I encourage you to ask me any questions you may have about your condition.
Beyond clinical medicine...
Medicine and Healthcare in general need direction, involvement and thought leaders in order to ensure quality healthcare access, availability, and sustainability for now and future generations.
In order to stay at the forefront of Medical Practice, and to help set directions in how healthcare is delivered in Australia and internationally, I have gotten involved in healthcare beyond Clinical Practice.
Sustainability in healthcare, especially workforce sustainability, is a key consideration in the future of medicine, and this drives my passion for teaching and training the next generation of doctors and specialists. I am a Conjoint Lecturer at the University of New South Wales, and am extensively involved with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (the training and accreditation body of all Specialist Obstetricians & Gynaecologists in Australia and NZ), as Chair of the NSW Training Accreditation Committee.
Keeping the health conversation at the forefront of government thinking is also critical for sustainability in healthcare, and I feel privileged to be elected Vice President of Australian Medical Association (NSW), Australia's peak medico-political organisation.