Blanchard graduated from the University of Lubumbashi in DR Congo and spent his initial postgraduate years acquiring experience and expertise working in a variety of disciplines in hospitals throughout the South of the DR Congo.
He later immigrated to South Africa where he spent a productive number of years working at the Pretoria Academic Hospital.
Dr. Kadiongo has extensive experience within the ICU and Emergency Medicine with special clinical interests in sport medicine, orthopaedic surgery, minor surgery, chronic illness, and mental health to name a few.
In Australia, his training has been spent in the Emergency and ICU Departments of Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Port Macquarie Hospital, Albany Health Campus, PMH, Joondalup, Toodyay, Port Hedland and Newman.
Dr Kadiongo has attained his Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) and is fully competent to manage all aspects of General Medicine.
He speaks fluent French and Swahili. Away from work he enjoys photography, travelling and spending time with his family.
I am a GP who grew up in Queensland and graduated from James Cook University in 2014. I went on to complete a diploma of Child Health, and an Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with the Royal Australian College of Obsterics and Gynaecology in 2019. I completed a fellowship with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in 2020 and have been working in a small rural hospital in Queensland since 2019. I have recently moved to WA in 2023.
I am interested in women’s health and antenatal care but enjoy all aspects of general practice. I am experienced in emergency medicine, acute medicine and geriatric health. I am looking forward to exploring WA with my partner and my dog during my days off.