Dr Andrew Scroop is an Adelaide trained Respiratory Physician. He completed his advanced training in 1997, this included experience in Intensive Care and Infectious Diseases.
Dr Scroop has held staff specialists positions at Flinders Medical Centre, Royal Adelaide Hospital and Repatriation General Hospital.
Dr Scroop is the founding Director of Respiratory Consultants located in the St Andrews Medical Centre on South Terrace Adelaide. His practice includes detailed lung function testing, bronchoscopy and pleural procedures at St Andrews Hospital.
Dr Andrew Scroop has particular interests in chronic cough, bronchiectasis and COPD, and sees a broad range of respiratory illness in his private practice.
His nonmedical interests are downhill mountain biking, near his home in Belair, and his two sons’ school and club soccer.
Sally graduated from the University of Adelaide. She completed her internship, physician training and advanced respiratory training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. She has been involved in private respiratory practice since the completion of her training, and also holds a public hospital appointment at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Sally is a founding member of Respiratory Consultants. She has an interest in all aspects of clinical respiratory medicine, with a particular interest in the management of interstitial lung disease and bronchiectasis. Sally is on the steering committee of the Australian Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Registry.
Respiratory and Sleep Physician
Dr Sutapa Mukherjee is an experienced Respiratory and Sleep Physician who has worked in Adelaide and Perth in Australia, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the United States of America, and at Women’s College Hospital and the University of Toronto in Canada. She is a graduate of the University of Adelaide who undertook specialist training in respiratory medicine at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in the early 1990’s. She left Adelaide for further respiratory training in 1996 and finally returned to Adelaide in 2014. She was awarded a PhD from the University of Western Australia for her work on “Gene Therapy of Lung Malignancy” in 2001. She has a particular interest in all aspects of sleep health, including sleep apnoea and insomnia. She also reviews general respiratory patients, with a particular interest in chronic cough, COPD and asthma. Her career has been characterized by combined academic and clinical work, and by the multidisciplinary care of patients with comorbid conditions e.g., sleep apnoea and heart disease, COPD and psychiatric illness. She continues her research work in sleep epidemiology and genetics and is heavily involved with the Australasian Sleep Association, the American Thoracic Society and the International Sleep Genetic Epidemiology Consortium. She is a member of the Academic Academy of Sleep Medicine. She continues to teach medical and postgraduate students, registrars and allied health professionals about respiratory and sleep medicine. She reviews regularly for sleep and respiratory journals and gives invited lectures to doctors and lay people about respiratory and sleep medicine. She continues to publish research and policy statements on sleep apnoea and sleep health. She was the lead author of the Official American Thoracic Society Statement: The importance of Healthy Sleep. Recommendations and Future priorities publishing in 2015 in the American Review of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Lung Function Technician
Static Lung Volumes
Single Breath Gas Transfer Test (DLCO)
6 Minute Walk Test
Aridol Challenge Test