Cameron Bridgman
General Cardiologist

Cameron graduated from Leeds University in 1995 and trained in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care medicine within the Yorkshire and Bristol Deaneries prior to migrating to Adelaide in 2003.  He undertook further training in Cardiology at Flinders Medical Centre and obtained FRACP in 2007.  Cameron completed post-fellowship training in Cardiac Imaging at Flinders Medical Centre and the prestigious Royal Brompton Hospital in London.

Cameron is currently a Staff Specialist and Director of Cardiology Training at Flinders Medical Centre.  He specialises in multimodality cardiac imaging, including echocardiography, Cardiac CT and Cardiac MRI, with particular expertise in congenital heart disease. At Flinders, he provides essential interventional transoesophageal imaging support for structural and electrophysiological procedures. Additionally, he serves as a Ward Consultant on the Electrophysiology service and is a longstanding ICCnet SA physician.

Beyond his clinical roles, Cameron’s contributions extend to education and mentorship. He has served as the South Australian Representative on the RACP Advanced Training Commitee and has been an examiner for the Clinical RACP Fellowship examination for many years. Cameron remains dedicated to guiding aspiring FMC physician trainees through their professional journeys in his role as Director of Cardiology Training.

Outside of work, Cameron finds fulfillment in various outdoor pursuits including golf, skiing, boating, and mountain biking. He also relishes the camaraderie and physical challenges of ice hockey, both locally and interstate.

Through his diverse clinical experience and collaborative approach to patient care, Cameron has developed a comprehensive understanding of cardiology management in all its complexities.

Specialist Areas/Interests:
  • Multimodality Cardiac Imaging
  • Structural/Congenital Heart Disease