Dr Miguel Marquez grew up in Sydney Western Suburbs and after 1 year at UNSW, migrated back to Uruguay to continue his studies. After graduating and working in acute care for a year, he migrated back to Australia and undertook his specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Westmead Hospital.
He spent 3 years of his training at Dubbo Hospital where he gained much knowledge into the holistic approached needed to practice in a rural community.
His passion for rural medicine saw him set up practice in Dubbo, were he initiated Dubbo’s only Urodynamics Service. In May 2016 he moved to Orange and commenced working at Orange Health Services before deciding to embark once again into private practice in February 2017.
He enjoyed being able to provide his services to the rural community, travelling to Parkes, Cowra and Mudgee for clinics and still covering for Obstetrics and Gynaecology on the occasional weekend every month at Dubbo.
He provides services to both public and private patients in Obstetrics, General Gynaecology, Urogynaecology, IVF and Minimal Invasive Surgery.
Through out his career he has been a vivid participant in the education of medical students, junior doctors and nursing staff. He has also been active in presenting at education sessions for GP’s. He now holds a position as Clinical Lecturer in the University of Sydney’s Medical School (Rural Health). as well as a position in the Board of Examiners at Diploma level for the Royal Australian New Zealand College Of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist (RANZCOG).
He is the current training supervisor for the RANZCOG trainees at Orange Health Services, and has been involved in many committees to improved the health services to the region.
When he is not working or teaching, he is enjoying his 4 children. Between his practice, family and formative commitments he enjoys what ever time he has left to football (soccer), tennis and outdoor activities.