About Dr. Fiona Robertson
Before arriving in the Cayman Islands, Dr Robertson worked in Australia where she developed an interest in scuba which led her to becoming involved with hyperbaric medicine. She is currently medical advisor to the Cayman Hyperbaric services. She has an interest in new pharmacological developments and is chair of the HSA drugs committee. She joined Cayman Clinic in 2006.
Dr Robertson has been in practice for 35 years, with 15 years in charge of the emergency room at Cayman Islands Hospital in George Town. She has extensive experience in acute and chronic illnesses and a special interest in the extended doctor/patient relationship. She is medical advisor to Cayman Hyperbaric Services and is an active scuba diver.
Dr Fiona Robertson graduated from St Thomas’ Hospital in London and received her Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in the UK in 1984. She holds graduate diplomas and certifications in obstetrics and gynecology, child health, as well as anesthesia.