Dr Malcolm Cambpell, BDS
Dr Malcolm Campbell graduated from the University of Queensland in 1984 and worked in the hospital-based dental service within the School Dental Service. He has also worked overseas as a Dental officer in the Australian Army Reserve for almost 15 years. He began working with Dr Ross Galloway in 1997. Mal's main area of interest is in special needs dentistry, particularly in the care of elderly and medically compromised patients.
Mal is active in many other dental pursuits. He works with several charity organisations, including serving as Co-Director of The Timor Children's Foundation, a charity providing educational opportunities to young Timorese people with a limited dental program.
Mal is married to Andrea, and they have three children. His other interests include playing the Didgeridoo, and he is learning to play the piano/synthesiser. In addition, he enjoys tennis, sailing, maintaining the family farm and being a chauffeur for his kids.