Dr Warrick Smith

Dr Warrick Smith

Dr Warrick Smith practices Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Fertility. His practice is centrally located in Spring Hill and he delivers at the Mater Mothers' Hospital, South Brisbane.

Warrick's main area of practice is Obstetrics, and he is honoured to care for women during their pregnancy and delivery.  His approach is warm and friendly, preferring to take the time to ensure all is well and that expecting parents are reassured.  

His foremost aim in Obstetrics is ensuring the safety of mother and baby,  but also aims for a good birth experience for mothers.  Warrick knows how reassuring it is to see your baby, and thus all women will see their baby on ultrasound at each antenatal visit. 

With Fertility, he is one of a few practitioners in Queensland Fertility Group who can assist with achieving pregnancy, whether by IVF or by simpler forms of assisted reproduction, and then follow through with pregnancy care and delivery.  

Warrick also manages general Gynaecology issues, in addition to fertility, such as PAP smear abnormalities, pelvic pain, menstrual problems and contraception.  

Pamela, the practice manager and secretary is likewise welcoming and helpful.  


Dr Warrick Smith

Warrick graduated from the University  of Queensland in 1996.   He started in his Obstetrics and Gynaecology career as a junior doctor in Toowoomba, and has subsequently trained in Caboolture, Nambour and the Mater Mothers' Hospital, South Brisbane.   He spent almost four years of training in Ireland, working at the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin,  in Gynaecology for a year, working in general gynaecology and laparoscopic surgery.   He then spent almost 3 years as a Senior Registrar at the famous Rotunda Hospital in Dublin,  the oldest maternity hospital in the world.  At the Rotunda he was also the Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Trinity College.   Warrick moved back to Australia in 2007 and completed training at the Mater Mothers'.  Warrick was granted Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2009.   He has been in solo private practice from 2010.  He thoroughly enjoys his work and is ever grateful for the privilege of working for the care of women and their babies.  

Warrick is married with four children.   His wife is from Ireland and they enjoy travelling back to Ireland and visiting family.    Most of his spare time is spent with family and children's activities, though he does have a penchant for sci-fi and a love of old cars.  

Pamela Cooke

Pammie as she is affectionately known,  has over 10 years experience working in Obstetrics, Gynaecology  and Fertility Practice, as well as previously working in other areas of medical practice.

Pamela is a mother of four and proud grandma of 5 and counting.