Dr Budden completed his Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Newcastle, in 2008. He then moved to Sydney where he undertook residency years at the Royal Hospital for Women before commencing his specialty training in 2012. After successfully completing his examinations, Dr Budden was awarded a highly prized minimally invasive surgical fellowship through the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society and was then awarded fellowship of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Dr Budden has a keen interest in education and currently holds teaching appointments at the University of New South Wales as a Conjoint Lecturer along with his position as Instructor at Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics. He has published numerous scientific articles and presents regularly at local and international conferences.
Focusing on a high level of dedication to patient care, Dr Budden is able to care for women as a Staff Specialist at Coffs Harbour Health Campus and Baringa Private Hospital.
Minimally invasive surgery and management of: